The Stereoview depicts a deceased Confederate soldier lying spread eagle in a trench associated with the series of bombproof fortifications known to Confederate soldiers as "Fort Mahone" and to the Union troops (who suffered significant casualties storming these fortifications) as "Fort Damnation". At the foreground right there is a Cheval de frise - a common type of fortification used during the American Civil War made of spiked wooden poles. The Photographs are mounted on a flat, square cornered, yellow card mount with affixed Anthony label on the back which includes the title of the View and the publisher's slug. This rare, Civil War Stereoview Photograph is in excellent condition.The images themselves are clean and crisp and exhibit sharp focus, strong contrast and rich, warm tonality. Both the Photographs and the card mount are exceptionally well preserved with sharp corners to the mount along with some light soiling to the reverse. A very rare and original, 1860's Mathew Brady Civil War Stereo View Photograph published by E & H T Anthony and a fantastic addition to any collection! The item "1860's CIVIL WAR STEREOVIEW PHOTO OF DEAD CONFEDERATE SOLDIERS AT FORT MAHONE" is in sale since Friday, June 24, 2016. This item is in the category "Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs". The seller is "walnutts" and is located in Brewster, Massachusetts. This item can be shipped worldwide.