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Three Autographed CDVs: John F. Miller, Robt. H. Milroy, Henry Naglee
Lot # 164 - Three Autographed CDVs: John F. Miller, Robt. H. Milroy, Henry Naglee
Lot of 3: A vignette by Morse's Gallery of the Cumberland, Nashville, TN, of Bvt. Maj. Gen. John F. Miller, ink autographed with rank beneath portrait, Col. 29th IN; commanded a brigade in the 20th Corps during Tullahoma campaign and severely wounded in June 1863, returned to duty a post commander at Nashville and brevetted for his service there. Bendann Bros. view of Maj. Gen. Robert H. Milroy, ink autographed beneath portrait. M.P. Simons, Philadelphia CDV of Brig. Gen. Henry M. Naglee '30, autographed beneath portrait, led a brigade at South Mountain, Antietam, and Fredericksburg. 
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Four CDVs: Peter Osterhaus, Innis N. Palmer, Lewis B. Parsons, Francis E. Patterson
Lot # 170 - Four CDVs: Peter Osterhaus, Innis N. Palmer, Lewis B. Parsons, Francis E. Patterson
Lot of 4: J.A. Scholten, St. Louis, MO carte of Bvt. Maj. Gen. Lewis B. Parsons; Quartermaster officer in charge of all rail and river transport from 1864. Brady/Anthony CDV of Bvt. Maj. Gen. Innis N. Palmer '42; commanded a brigade in the AOP through 1862, then transferred for the duration to duties in the Dept. of North Carolina; earned four brevets. Gutekunst, Philadelphia CDV of Brig. Gen. Francis Patterson; briefly led a brigade in the 3rd Corps in 1862, about to be investigated on serious charges proffered by Gen. Sickles, Patterson "was killed by the accidental discharge of his own pistol." With CDV of Peter Osterhaus, by Hoelke & Benecke, St. Louis, MO.
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Six CDVs: Isaac Shepard, Sheridan, Sherman, James Shields, Franz Sigel, Henry Slocum
Lot # 190 - Six CDVs: Isaac Shepard, Sheridan, Sherman, James Shields, Franz Sigel, Henry Slocum
Lot of 6: Fredricks & Co., New York view of Brig. Gen. James Shields; associated with the failed Fremont during his short wartime service. Goldin & Co., Washington, D.C. carte of Maj. Gen. Henry W. Slocum '48, Col. 27th NY; successively a division and corps commander in the AOP. Senior major general commanding 12th Corps at Gettysburg, led the 20th Corps during the Atlanta campaign and "Marched to the Sea" in charge of the left wing of Sherman's army. With common views of Phil Sheridan, by Brady, and William Sherman, no imprint; plus CDVs of Franz Sigel, by Brady/Anthony, and Isaac Shepard, by J.W. Black, Boston.
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French Pre-WWI M-1872 Cavalry Swords, Lot of Two
Lot # 1325 - French Pre-WWI M-1872 Cavalry Swords, Lot of Two
Two M-1872 pattern swords with 36" fluted blades, four-branch brass guards with all wire wrap. Well marked on parry edge.
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Mansfield & Lamb Civil War Model 1860 Light Cavalry Sword
Lot # 1190 - Mansfield & Lamb Civil War Model 1860 Light Cavalry Sword
35" double-fuller blade. Three-branch brass guard, leather wrapped handle with wire; inspected and dated 1862. Metal scabbard.
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Two CDVs, Indiana BBGs: George P. Buell and Newell Gleason
Lot # 495 - Two CDVs, Indiana BBGs: George P. Buell and Newell Gleason
Lot of 2:

Buell, George Pearson (1833-1883). A native of Lawrenceburg, Indiana, Buell enlisted as Lt. Col. of the 58th IN Infy. in Dec. 1861. He was promoted to Col. in June 1862. A civil engineer before the war, he received a brevet as BG in Jan 1865 for "able management of pontoon trains," plus brevets as Col. (3.2.67) for service at Missionary Ridge, and BG for faithful service during the war (3.2.67). He mustered out of volunteer service in July 1865. He continued to serve, becoming Lt. Col. of the 29th US Infy in July 1866. He transferred to the 11th Infy. in March 1869 and promoted to Col. in command of the 15th US Infy. He died in 1883 while on duty in Nashville, TN. He was a cousin of Don Carlos Buell. Cdv with backmark of Anthony, New York.

Gleason, Newell (1824-1886). Gleason enlisted in August 1862 as a Lt. Col. and was commissioned into F&S of the 87th IN Infy. He was promoted to Col. (3.22.63) and received his brevet BG in 13 March 1865. He mustered out with the unit in June 1865. Signed in lower margin on recto as Col. 87th IN. Backmark of Giers, Nashville, TN.
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Percussion Half-Stock Rifle by Neville Rifle Works
Lot # 1525 - Percussion Half-Stock Rifle by Neville Rifle Works
.45 caliber, 26" barrel. Brass mounts, poorly repaired stock broken at wrist.
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Six CDVs: Lew Wallace, Cadwallader Washburn, Jos. D. Webster, Godfrey Weitzel, Frank Wheaton, A.W. Whipple
Lot # 225 - Six CDVs: Lew Wallace, Cadwallader Washburn, Jos. D. Webster, Godfrey Weitzel, Frank Wheaton, A.W. Whipple
Lot of 6: Maj. Gen. Cadwallader C. Washburn, ink autographed on verso with rank, with Taft, Memphis, TN backmark. Col. 2nd WI Cav.; served in Missouri and then advanced to command the Dept. of West Tennessee during which time he led a portion of the 16th Corps during early Vicksburg operations. Anonymous view of Bvt. Maj. Gen. Joseph D. Webster; Grant's Chief of Staff from Belmont to Shiloh; served as administrative director of railroads during the Vicksburg campaign, thereafter Chief of Staff to Gen. Sherman during the Atlanta campaign. Fredricks & Co. carte of Bvt. Maj. Gen. Frank Wheaton, ink identified beneath portrait, Col. 2nd RI; brigade and division commander with five wartime brevets including the Wilderness, Cedar Creek, Petersburg and twice to Maj. Gen. Addis, Washington, D.C. carte of Maj. Gen. Amiel W. Whipple '37, Topographical Engineer; three wartime brevets for Bull Run, Fredericksburg and Chancellorsville (posthumous) where he was mortally wounded on May 4, 1863 while in command of a 3rd Corps division. With CDVs of Lew Wallace, by Fredricks & Co., and Godfrey Weitzel, by Brady.
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Double-Barrel Percussion Shotgun by Wm. Read of Boston, Mass.
Lot # 836 - Double-Barrel Percussion Shotgun by Wm. Read of Boston, Mass.
8 gauge, 33" double barrels. Marked on top of barrel in gold, Laminated Steel. Gold lines at breech; patent breech. Very finely scroll-engraved locks, breech, triggerguard and buttplate. Finely figured walnut stock with checkered wrist and forearm.  Double wedge. Brown barrels, case colored locks, breech. Blued triggerguard and buttplate. Rosewood ramrod with brass tip.
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*Winchester Ranger Model 94 Lever-Action Saddle Ring Carbine
Lot # 1571 - *Winchester Ranger Model 94 Lever-Action Saddle Ring Carbine
.45 LC caliber, 16" barrel, S/N 6534278. Blue finish, hardwood stocks. Original box and papers.
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