1. One of the finest museum quality George Armstrong Custer display pieces a collector can own. The legendary  general distinguished himself in dozens of Civil War cavalry engagements. As Lt. Colonel of the 7th Cavalry in Indian territory between 1867 and 1876 he engaged in numerous skirmishes until his death at the Battle of the Little Big Horn. An extraordinary framed autograph and photograph set of George Armstrong Custer. He signs boldly, " G. A. Custer Brig. Genl. Comd' Re." The photograph of Custer in uniform is by Jose Mora (K-150), trimmed to image with light dampstains to blank background, otherwise excellent. The photo was taken in March 1876, only three months before the Battle of the Little Big Horn. It's one of the rarest and most valuable of Custer photographs. Photograph and autograph are double matted and contained withn a gold gilted frame. Overall dimensions eleven by eight and a half inches with sharp, crisp detail to Custer's features and uniform. $6500.00
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