HARPER'S WEEKLY CIVIL WAR HISTORICAL PRINTS, LOT OF TWO, hand-colored engraving on paper (each), one depicting a Confederate steam-powered warship at anchor with exploding coastal fort in background, with the caption "The Rebel Steamer 'Nashville' Running the Blockade at Beaufort, North Carolina", matted and housed under glass in a modern gold-painted frame; and the other depicting Union troops storming the bluff above the Rappahannock River, with the caption "Fredericksburg - The Forlorn Hope Scaling the Hill", matted and housed under glass in a 19th-century veneered frame. Circa 1861-1862. Larger example 11 1/4" x 9 1/4" sight, 19 1/4" x 15 1/4" OA. Provenance: From an Alexandria, VA private collection.
Prints in good condition overall with minor toning and foxing. 19th-century frame with wear and small losses to veneers at corners. Not examined out of frames.