Following the Civil War, he became field commander of the 7th Cavalry and led troops in a number of engagements during the Indian Wars. Custer, together with all of the men under his immediate command, was killed at the Battle of Little Bighorn on June 25, 1876. CIVIL WAR ALBUMEN PRINT PHOTOGRAPH DEPICTING GENERAL GEORGE ARMSTRONG CUSTER BEAUTIFULLY DISPLAYED IN A THERMOPLASTIC CASE. Civil War albumen print photograph depicting United States Army Cavalry commander George Armstrong Custer beautifully displayed in a thermoplastic case.
Shows Custer in military uniform with his single-star shoulder epaulet, taken between 1863 to 1865 when Custer was promoted to Brigadier General and then Brevet Brigadier General, and in fine condition with spotting and a minor vertical wrinkle. Case features a central vignette depicting farm tools and implements including a beehive, plow, scythe, and grain stack both on the recto and verso; contains a decorative velvet pad, brass mat, and brass preserver; measures 3.75 by 3.25 by 1 inches when closed and 6.5 by 3.75 by 1 inches when open; and in very fine condition with only slight damage to the side. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "grayautographs" and is located in this country: US.
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