NICE POST-WAR PHOTO OF GAR VETERAN

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Item Code: 450-157

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Image is identified on the mount as “PRIVATE DAVID BAKER 57th MASS. VOLUNTEER INFANTRY” but a search of the unit’s roster did not reveal anyone by that name.

Image shows a white bearded gentleman wearing a dark civilian suit with GAR buttons and a dark kepi with a number “57” within a wreath on the front. On his left chest is a large GAR ribbon. The subject is posed with his right hand resting on a marble topped table.

Image is clear with very good contrast. Image size is 3.75 x 5.50 and is mounted on gray stock that meas. approx. 6.00 x 9.00 inches. Mount is embossed with an imprint in the lower left corner and shows some wear around the edges. One corner is chipped.  [ad]

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