CDV OF LOUISIANA LT. COLONEL

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Item Code: 1138-706

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A very nice CDV of a Lt. Colonel in uniform. This is a full-standing studio view of what must be a Louisiana officer wearing a very French-inspired early war uniform. The collar insignia (2 stars) is visible. The unusual uniform has fancy-braided cuffs, a white belt, and the officer wears a gorget. He poses with sword and ornate kepi. Image is clear with good contrast. The mount appears to be trimmed across the top. There is no photographer’s backmark.

From the late William Turner collection.  [jet] [ph:L]

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