CHARGE Limited Edition Civil War Print by Don Troiani

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  • $ 250


On May 2, 1863 the Eighth Pennsylvania Cavalry plunge down the planked Orange Turnpike at the battle of Chancellorsville. Pickets from Mahone’s brigade had run into elements from the 8th Pennsylvania Cavalry. Immediately behind the Union horsemen were the infantry from Maj. Gen. George Sykes’ 2nd Division. The fighting raged as the 12th Virginia Infantry found cover behind a rail fence and riddled Sykes’ regulars. The determined Union soldiers regrouped and hit the Confederate line again. Exhausted, the Rebels were forced to retreat, with 80 falling into enemy hands. The flag of the 8th Pennsylvania flies above the troops.  Comes with Certificate of Authenticity.

  • Image Size   29 1/4 x 24 1/2"
  • Condition  mint. 
  • Limited edition of 1000