Original CDV of Daniel Carleton Clark (Born May 14, 1841) Co. K, 5th Maine Volunteers, who was wounded in the Battle of Spotsylvania Courthouse* on May 10, 1864, and died of his wounds at Fredericksburg, Virginia, seven days later (May 17, 1864 - 3 days after his birthday). He's buried at Evergreen Cemetery in Portland, Maine.
Listing pics #2 and #3, a photo of his gravestone and another example of this same portrait, signed by Clark, are provided here for reference and identification purposes only - hard copies are not included.
*NOTE: Another online reference states he was wounded at the Battle of the Wilderness on May 16, however, this does not match up with his gravestone date. The same source says that there is a stained glass memorial to Clark in the Fifth Maine Regiment Museum on Peaks Island, in Portland. CDV is 4" x 2.5" with studio imprint of H.F. Smith & Son, Portland, Maine. It's in very good antique condition overall, with some stains, as shown.
Boxed & insured PRIORITY MAIL.