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Civil War Memoriam

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Civil War Memoriam

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C1860.. Massive memorial to Civil War Soldier, George W. Andrews. Listing his enlistment Sept 18, 1863, Company K 32 Reg. Mass Volunteers. 3 years enlistment and lists the battles/engagements he was involved in including: Spotsylvania, Laurel Hill, Gold Harbor, Jerusalem Plank Road,, Weldon Railroad, , Prebles Farm, Hatchers Run, , Petersburg, Five Forks, and Appomattox, Discharged June 29, 1865. This memorial of his war record was presented to him Oct 1, 1894 by his wife Mary E. Designed by US Monumental Bronze Co. Bridgeport Conn. Copyrighted 1891 J.W. Carnahan.Period wood and gesso frome measures 36" x 28". Printed image measures 31" x 23". Depicts War memorial of United States Services honoring those who fought, died, served from 1861 to 1865. The monument is massive with beautiful brown ink printed vignettes and medals, soldiers, sailors and is placed in the middle of a large metroploitan center with people gazing up to the memorial and upon the memorial written in brown ink is George Andrews war record, as though this monument was meant for him. Period frame and original wood backing, looks like orig glass.
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Civil War Memoriam

Estimate $500 - $750
Feb 12, 2006
Starting Price $100
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Est. $500 - $750Starting Price $100
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Lot 0202 Details

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C1860.. Massive memorial to Civil War Soldier, George W. Andrews. Listing his enlistment Sept 18, 1863, Company K 32 Reg. Mass Volunteers. 3 years enlistment and lists the battles/engagements he was involved in including: Spotsylvania, Laurel Hill, Gold Harbor, Jerusalem Plank Road,, Weldon Railroad, , Prebles Farm, Hatchers Run, , Petersburg, Five Forks, and Appomattox, Discharged June 29, 1865. This memorial of his war record was presented to him Oct 1, 1894 by his wife Mary E. Designed by US Monumental Bronze Co. Bridgeport Conn. Copyrighted 1891 J.W. Carnahan.Period wood and gesso frome measures 36" x 28". Printed image measures 31" x 23". Depicts War memorial of United States Services honoring those who fought, died, served from 1861 to 1865. The monument is massive with beautiful brown ink printed vignettes and medals, soldiers, sailors and is placed in the middle of a large metroploitan center with people gazing up to the memorial and upon the memorial written in brown ink is George Andrews war record, as though this monument was meant for him. Period frame and original wood backing, looks like orig glass.

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