FRAMED & TINTED ALBUMEN OF UNIDENTIFIED HAWKINS ZOUAVE WITH US FLAG

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Item Code: 224-359

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Image shows a soldier seated by a table covered with a US flag

The subject wears a dark Zouave jacket trimmed in red with a matching dark vest trimmed in red up the front and dark blue trousers with red galloons near the side pocket. On his head is a red fez with a large dark tassel and at his waist is a red sash and waist belt with tinted rectangular eagle plate. The subject rests his arm on the table next to him over which is draped a red, white and blue US flag with several stars showing in the canton. The soldier is seated in front of a painted backdrop of tents and cannons.

The image is in excellent condition with excellent clarity and contrast. The image is housed in what looks to be the original wooden frame with an oval paper mat that has a water stain along the left side and a tear at upper right.

The wood frame meas. approx. 11.25 x 13.25 inches and is 2.00 inches deep with a gold interior border. Wood shows very little wear.

The Hawkins Zouaves were the 9th New York Infantry and served a two year enlistment. The regiment saw action at Roanoke Island, Antietam, Fredericksburg and Suffolk suffering 96 officers and men killed, died of wounds and disease not to mention many others wounded.

Very attractive rare image in a wonderful frame.  [ad]

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