Here is just about the one of the most outstanding offering of images of General Daniel Sickles you are going to see. He was awarded the Medal of Honor for personal bravery at Wheatfield and Peach Orchard during the Battle of Gettysburg. This stand and movement that Sickles and his command made at the Wheatfield was one of the most controversial of this battle for the Union Army. Sickles moving the 3rd Corps in the Gettysburg battle almost lost the battle for the Union Army. General Sickles did it all during the Civil War while in service of the Union Army.
He Commanded regiments, brigades and divisions in the Union Army. He had the service of his career at Gettysburg commanding the 3rd Corps. He was breveted a Major General in the Union Army and years later was awarded the Congressional Medal Of Honor for service at Gettysburg.Offered here is a great wartime image cdv of General Sickles as a Brigadier General and he is showing some of the grind of the war in his face- it has a no Photographers back mark. This is an unbelievable offering of a General Sickles piece.
This photograph is in excellent condition and measures 6 3/8 inches by 4 1/4 inches and a great addition to your Congressional Medal of Honor cdv collection, your Colt Presentation revolver to General Sickles or your presentation General Sickles sword. Any questions please ask and thanks for making it to the end of this description.