Uniform and dress of the army of the Confederate States 1 edition
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Uniform and dress of the army of the Confederate States
C.H. Wynne, printer
Written in English.
About the Book
Contains fifteen large lithographs of soldiers standing in landscapes, showing generals and other staff officers, all ranks of cavalry, artillery and infantry, their swords, rifles, drum and bugle, their tunics, trousers, hats and overcoats, plus buttons, badges and chevrons.
"Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1861, by Blanton Duncan"--T.p. verso.
"General orders, no. 9."
Lithographic plates drawn by Ernest Crehen, Richmond, Va.; the lithographic printing by P.L. Valory, Petersburg, Va.
Bound in marbled boards, with leather spine and corners; front cover detached.
Large printed label from original boards laid down on flyleaf, and inscribed: J.R. Carson, Office Quartermaster Genl., Richmond, Va., 1864.
Handwritten signature in ink: John O. Nicholson, 3-27-1874.
|Confederate States Army uniforms|
The Physical Object
|5 p.,  leaves of plates :|
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