Three prints, each 260 x 320 mm. (10¼ x 12½ in.), carefully mounted on embossed gray backing, EACH BOLDLY SINGED IN INK on the mount (the first signed by Mosby, in error, upside-down). Fine." /> MOSBY, JOHN SINGLETON, <I>Lieutenant Colonel, C.S.A.</I> Three photographic prints, each INSCRIBED AND SIGNED, depicting scenes from Mosby's colorful wartime exploits as a Partisan Ranger; entitled "Returning from a Raid," (after Edouard Armand-Dumaresque), "Attacking and Destroying a Federal Convoy, near Berryville, Va." (after Paul Dominique Phillippoteaux) and "Mosby About Making a Descent upon a Federal Convoy" (after Jean Adolph Beuce), n.p. [France?], n.d. <I>Three prints, each 260 x 320 mm. (10¼ x 12½ in.), carefully mounted on embossed gray backing,</I> EACH BOLDLY SINGED IN INK <I>on the mount (the first signed by Mosby, in error, upside-down)</I>. Fine. | Christie's