LITHOGRAPH WAIST-UP VIEW OF A PRE-WAR ROBERT E. LEE

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Item Code: 1138-302

CDV is a lithograph of Robert E. Lee at the outbreak of the Civil War with dark hair and mustache wearing a dark double-breasted frockcoat with a wide turned down collar outlined in laurel leaves, brush epaulettes on the shoulders and holding a shako in his lap decorated with an eagle at top of the crown and the letters “VA” in a wreath just above the visor at front.

Clarity and contrast are excellent. The paper and mount are very good.

Reverse has a photographer’s paper label for MCALLISTAR & BROTHER… PHILADELPHIA with some collector information in pencil at bottom and “LEE” in pencil at top.

Image is from the collection of the late William A. Turner. [ad] [ph:L]

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