QUARTER PLATE TINTYPE OF UNIDENTIFIED 15TH PENNSYLVANIA CAVALRY FARRIER

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Item Code: 945-243

Seated view of a soldier wearing a dark double piped shell jacket peculiar to the 15th Pennsylvania Cavalry and light trousers. What makes this a really wonderful and rare image is the large horseshoe insignia the soldier wears on his left sleeve, which designated the rank of farrier & blacksmith in the US Army from 3/2/1833 to 3/23/1910. The features of the jacket such as the piping, buttons and rank insignia really stand out.

Image is clear with descent contrast. Subjects cheeks are lightly rose tinted.

Image comes in a brass mat and frame but no case.

The glass covering the image is cracked but this can easily be replaced.

Very nice rare image. [ad]

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