Also remains of battle, including swords and muskets and a bugle and a broken drum of battle on the ground in the foreground. A variety of nice colors, as bright as the day it was made. Entitled on the bottom Major Genl.
Halleck, General in Chief of the Armies of the U. Also on the left is the "Published by Currier/Ives" information.
Also on the bottom is the entered in Congress in 1862..... Info, as well as the 152 Nassau st.
Frame measures 13" x 16 3/4". Print measures 9" x 12 1/2" overall. Print is in very good condition overall and really nice for an ORIGINAL CURRIER & IVES.
WOULD HAVE BEEN QUITE SOMETHING IN ITS DAY, especially considering its display of patriotism for some northern family. Probably they had a son off fighting in the war. Still has the original glass and the original wooden back.
Don't usually see either! Scans show all the details. Has great eye appeal to decorate any period wall or collection/display of early CIVIL WAR PERIOD prints, frames and photos OR TO GO WITH A GENERAL COLLECTION OF MILITARY RELICS. GREAT EARLY SUBJECT MATTER, AND A GREAT LOOKING PATRIOTIC MILITARY CURRIER & IVES PRINT FROM EARLY IN THE WAR!!!
This print has it all!! This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Posters & Prints". The seller is "marvinsmom9" and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.