“Generic” CDV Album Card Fillers of the 1860s

Sepia toned set of “the seasons”. Images like these were very common and often came without any attribution.
Cupid sharpening an arrow on a rock.
Someone has written in the lower margin “The (unknown) Book”.
Child dressed as Civil War soldier. Note the fine details of the horse, the toy horses on the table, the cannon in the foreground and the drum under the table.
This young girl is dressing up in full dress for presentation. She is armed and ready. Note the portrait above the mantle, sure looks like General Burnside to me.
Jochebed and Moses on the Nile.

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I am nuts about early album cards from the 1860s-70s. And other cards and small lithographs. This space is to talk about all of them.

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I am nuts about early album cards from the 1860s-70s. And other cards and small lithographs. This space is to talk about all of them.

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