POST-WAR CDV OF 55TH NEW YORK NATIONAL GUARD CORPORAL

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Seated view of an unidentified member of Company G, 55th New York National Guard.

The subject wears a Pattern 1872 shako with a pompom in the crown. On the front is a sunburst medallion with a dark center bearing the number “55.” The subject also wears a light-colored jacket with matching trousers. The jacket has a lower collar with a single strip of dark material and a single button. The jacket is single-breasted and is complete with dark brush epaulettes on the shoulders. Each sleeve has corporal chevrons visible while each cuff has a dark rectangle with three buttons. The soldier wears white cross belts with a square breast plate that bears the number “55” and a waistbelt that is fastened by a square plate bearing the Company letter “G.”

Image has good clarity and contrast. Bottom of the mount is marked J. BRILL 103 FOURTH AVE N. Y.

Reverse has a slightly different back mark adding “BETWEEN ELEVENTH & TWELFTH STS.”  [ad] [ph:L]

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