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The South suffered a major blow to both military might and public morale with the untimely death of CSA Lt. General Thomas Jonathan “Stonewall” Jackson. Shot on May 2, 1863 by friendly forces during the Battle of Chancellorsville, Jackson succumbed to complications eight days later. Make a mighty charge for this 1860s CDV photo of Jackson. Produced by the noted photography studio Bendann Brothers of Baltimore, this genuine Civil War relic captured the popular general in full uniform in a dignified seated pose with ample beard. Encapsulated and designated Authentic by SGC, this 2-1/2 x 4” photo shows age appropriate wear yet remains clearly discernable with a well defined obverse image and sharp reverse graphics. Minor soiling/spotting, moderate corner degradation and fading of the printed credit at bottom front cannot suppress the broad appeal of this rare antique military treasure.