Orig 1860s CIVIL WAR Artillery Practice Petersburg Glass Camera Transparency #35 Attributed to Mathew Brady Gardner O'Sullivan Barnard

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Seller: Top-Rated Plus Seller evansarchive ✉️ (14,563) 100%, Location: Warren, Maine, US, Ships to: WORLDWIDE, Item: 115434684315 Orig 1860s CIVIL WAR Artillery Practice Petersburg Glass Camera Transparency #35. Image shows Union soldiers removing Confederate artillery from fortifications in Petersburg Virginia. A unique archive, it originates from the 1900s to 1930s. But it also includes the 19th century right up to the 1960s. Condition: Used, Condition: From the Brown Brothers Photo Archive. Glass transparency slide measures 4 x 4". This auction is for 1 glass transparency slide with envelope fragment. Some loss to the emulsion. Recently discovered in the extensive photo archive of Brown Brothers is an extremely rare and exciting collection of glass slides and negatives with images of the Civil War. Attributed to Mathew Brady and his associates, the preeminent photographers of the time, the images appear to be original and "from the camera". **Photos of storage drawer included for provenance only and NOT included in this auction**, Modified Item: No, Country/Region of Manufacture: United States, Original/Reproduction: Original, Conflict: Civil War (1861-65)

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