BEAUTIFUL INK IDENTIFIED CDV OF 109TH NEW YORK MUSICIAN

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CDV is a full standing view of George W. Maloney posed with his hands resting on the back of a chair in front of a painted backdrop of a military camp pitched beside a mountain lake. He wears a dark kepi with a small infantry hunting horn on the front of the crown, dark shell jacket and light trousers.

Contrast and clarity are excellent. Mount and paper are also very good. Bottom of mount has a period ink ID of “GEORGE MALONEY.”

Reverse is blank but for a period ink ID at bottom of “MUSICIAN CO. H 109TH REGT.” There is also some collector information in pencil.

George W. Maloney was born in Albany, New York. He is listed as being 18 years old when he enlisted in Washington, D.C. as a musician in Company H, 109th New York Infantry on August 19, 1863. In October of 1864 he was assigned as a nurse in the hospital at City Point. On June 3, 1865 he was transferred to Company H, 51st New York Infantry and was mustered out at Alexandria, Virginia on July 25, 1865.

Nothing is known of his post-war life.  [ad][ph:L]

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