WORLD WAR ONE ERA CABINET CARD OF SOLDIER GETTING A SHAVE

$60.00
Originally $75.00

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Item Code: 668-120

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Nice cabinet card image of a soldier seated in a barber’s chair with an apprehensive look on his face closely watching the barber that is preparing to shave him. Three other soldiers stand in the background waiting their turn.

Dominating the background is a wonderfully embroidered blanket hanging on the wall. The blanket is decorated with a spread-winged eagle, a patriotic shield with US flags, a three masted ship and crossed cannons. Also visible off to one side is a table with other types of barber tools on it.

Image meas. approx. 5.00 x 7.00 inches with good clarity and contrast. Image is on a gray mount that meas. approx. 8.00 x 10.00 inches. Edges of the mount show light wear.

Reverse has faint Minneapolis imprint.  [ad]

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