OUTDOOR 1880’S TINTYPE OF SOLDIER IN CAMP WITH STACKED MUSKETS

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Image is a very nice outdoor view of a soldier standing in front of an open wall tent. The subject wears a dark 1880’s kepi with crossed rifles on the front, a dark single-breasted frock coat with cloth epaulettes, a long sweeping stripe on each cuff above a rectangle of light material holding three buttons and a shooting medal on his chest. Subject also wears light trousers, a dark waist belt with square plate and white gloves.

Next to the subject, and at front and center of the open tent, is a stack of three muskets that look to be Allin conversions. On the ground between the soldier and the stacked muskets is a packed knapsack with blanket roll.

Looking at the tent one can see a lantern hanging off the top of the front support. Looking into the interior two cots are visible, one on each side. Both are covered with a light colored blanket displaying a dark end stripe. In front of the cot on the right is a small stool supporting an 1880’s spiked helmet with eagle plate on the front.

Looking over the soldiers shoulder into the background more tents can be discerned as well as several trees in the distance.

Image meas. approx. 3.25 x 4.25 and is a little bigger than a ninth-plate and comes housed in a small riker box. [ad]

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