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Photographs3503 of 4490CDV of MN Civil War 1SG by WhitneyThreshing
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Posted 6 years ago

USACollect
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Antique hunting photograph from Lawrence MA. It was taken by Eugene Promage on 161 Lawrence St. I was given the photo for free after buying some other photos.

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  1. scottvez scottvez, 6 years ago
    GREAT image-- I think one of the earlier posters (Not 1-2 buck guy) was correct with the great dane ID.

    Scott
  2. USACollect, 6 years ago
    Thank you Scott.
  3. scottvez scottvez, 6 years ago
    I'd really like to see other antique photographs that you have the time to post.

    Scott
  4. vanskyock24 vanskyock24, 6 years ago
    what would you value this at usa
  5. scottvez scottvez, 6 years ago
    I'd really like to see other antique photographs that you have the time to post.

    Scott
  6. USACollect, 6 years ago
    Vanskyock24, I have had this previously valued at $40.
  7. USACollect, 6 years ago
    Scott, I am not sure how many other antique photos I have right now (I usually sell most of them within a week of purchasing them). However, when I get some more (hopefully in the next few days), I will post them.
    Thanks
  8. scottvez scottvez, 6 years ago
    I look forward to seeing them.

    Scott
  9. USACollect, 6 years ago
    I do have a story about the best photo I ever had though. A few years ago I was given (yes 1-2 buck guy I was GIVEN) a Victorian photo album filled with photos. Inside was a cabinet card of a white man who had painted his face black and was playing a stringed instrument (the man w/ his face painted black was the main picture and the regular picture of him was a corner). I was new to online auctions so I offered it at fr $25 BIN. Within seconds (literally!) it was sold. I have always regretted selling it like that.
  10. USACollect, 6 years ago
    Thanks bratjdd!

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