This is getting tiresome:
"THIS SALT PRINT OF MAJOR GENERAL BENJAMIN H. GRIERSON WHO WAS BORN IN PITTSBURGH, PENNSYLVANIA JULY 8, 1826 IS SIGNED (BY WHOM I DO NOT KNOW), IS IN NICE CONDITION. FOR HIS SKILLFUL MANAGEMENT IN THE CIVIL WAR, HE WAS PROMOTED TO BRIG. GENERAL ON JUNE 3, 1863 AND FOR GALLANT AND DISTINGUISHED SERVICES HE WAS PROMOTED AGAIN TO MAJOR GENERAL ON MAY 27, 1865. HE WAS THE COLONEL OF THE 10TH U.S.CAVALRY. HE DIED ON AUGUST 31,1911. NO BACKMARK. NO RESERVE!".
The sad part is this seller has a high feedback rating with no negatives. A good dealer sucked in? Or has another one crossed over to "The Dark Side"? A signed cdv of a famous cavalry officer this is not. I wish my car were this new!