STEREO CARD VIEW OF THE BATTLE OF GETTYSBBURG – PAINTING BY THURE DE THULSTRUP

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Stereo card shows the height of Pickett’s Charge on July 3, 1863. In the left foreground are General Winfield S. Hancock and a line of Union infantry moving to the front where the Union and Confederate lines are already locked in a hand to hand struggle. In the right foreground an artillery gun and limber races to the front.

Card has a yellow colored mount marked “SOLD ONLY BY GRIFFIN & GRIFFIN PHILADELPHIA, PA.” on one edge and “H. L. ROBERTS & CO. PHOTOGRAPHERS, PHILA. PA.” on the other. Caption reads simply “BATTLE OF GETTYSBURG.”

Reverse is blank.

The painting from which this stereo card was made was done in 1887 by artist Thure de Thulstrup and published by L. Prang & Co. of Boston, Mass. The painting was titled “HANCOCK AT GETTYSBURG.”

Overall condition is very good.  [ad][ph:L]

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