October 06, 2016 12:00 PM EDT Cincinnati


CDVs of Famous Politicians, Royalty, Writers, and More

Lot of 14, including:

Two albumen CDVs of Daniel Webster (1782-1852), including a copy vignette by Case & Getchell, Boston, and a portrait from an engraving, published by D. Appleton & Co.

Wendell Phillips (1814-1884), standing pose of the abolitionist orator and American Indian advocate. CDV published by Case & Getchell, Boston.

Charles Francis Adams (1807-1886), grandson of John Adams, great-grandsons of John Quincy Adams, and Lincoln's foreign minister in London during the Civil War. Carte by Warren, Boston.

Albumen CDV of a sketch of John Wesley, Joseph Cole, and James Hamilton in Edinburgh in 179, copyright to Robert G. Gardner, 1876.

Napoleon III (1809-1873), seated CDV pose, uncredited.

William I of Wurtetmberg (1781-1864), seated CDV pose by Case & Getchell, Boston.

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow (1807-1882), copy CDV of the poet and professor by Case & Getchell, Boston.

William Cullen Bryant (1794-1878), American poet and journalist, vignetteCDV from a painted portrait, published by Currier & Jones,Amesbury & Salisbury, Massachusetts.

Fanny Fern (1811-1872), popular columnist and author, uncredited vignette CDV.

Master John Hindley, carte by W. Chase, Halifax, Nova Scotia, with imprinted description on verso describing him as: An English Boy, being the only child saved from the frightful wreck of the steamship "Atlantic," near Proscpect, Nova Scotia, on the 1st of April, 1873, by which 546 persons perished.

Brady's Gallery CDV of an unidentified sitter (he looks distinguished and familiar, but we are unable to come up with a name).

Unidentified vignette CDV of an unidentified sitter, by Fassett's Gallery, Chicago.

And an albumen carte of University Hall at Brown University in Providence, Rhode Island.




Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium