SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF MAN WITH DEER

$450.00

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Item Code: 894-44

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This is a full standing view of a man who is wearing a dark colored frock coat, vest, trousers, white shirt and hat. He is holding a leash which is attached to a small deer that is standing in front of him.

Image is clear with fair contrast. Some very slight oxidation has occurred.

Image comes housed in full gutta-percha case, which is in very good condition. Case is lined in dark blue colored velvet with an embossed design. There is a tear in the velvet on the lower right corner. Decorative brass mat surrounds the image.

This tintype was part of a unique collection of images that featured animals.    [sm]

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