Now a part of the Library of Congress collection of images, this image of Tredegar Ironworks was taken in April, 1865, shortly after the end of the war. The Foundry building seen in the foreground still stands.
Tredegar Ironworks cast more than half the artillery for the Confederacy during the Civil War. This reproduction of an original painting hanging at the Newmarket Corporation, shows the Tredegar Foundry Building in action.
Lenticular magnet varies between showing Robert E. Lee as a young soldier and Lee as a Confederate General in the last years of his life. The latter also displays his signature. The back has a brief description of Lee. 2.5 x 3.
This carte-de-visite photograph of Varina Davis, the First Lady of the Confederacy, was taken by Matthew Brady in 1860. From the Museum of the Confederacy's photographic collection. Magnet measures 3 x 2.