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BID DATE:
09/18/2018 02:16 PM
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SMALL ANTIQUE PHOTO ALBUM WITH (40) ANTIQUE PHOTOS

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Paper, metal
Size. Varies
Rating: 6 – 7 – 8
Comments. The album has raised designs on the front as well as back and a brass metal clasp. It has some wear, tears and a separated spine as seen in our photo. Its contents range from art prints, other prints, tin types, copies of photographs and studio photographs. There are prints of Lincoln, George Washington, Civil War Generals and more. There are families, children and single portraits. Also included are photos of Civil War soldiers and tin types of a man playing a violin, a trains brakeman, and what looks to be a conductor as well as a police man. One of the prints of a Civil War soldier has” NHV H” which was the New Hampshire Volunteer Infantry that fought in the Civil War. The contents are in good shape with normal use wear, have some browning and have some soiling. Size, content, origin, originality and conditions vary so please preview or contact us for more information.

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