UNIDENTIFIED CDV OF A CONFEDERATE COLONEL BY A NASHVILLE TENNESSEE PHOTOGRAPHER

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Item Code: 766-1886

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Photo is a waist-up view of an unidentified Confederate colonel striking a Napoleonic pose. He wears a medium gray double-breasted frock coat with the three stars of a colonel on his collar with galloons on his sleeves. He also wears a sword belt with shoulder support strap and rectangular plate.

Contrast and clarity are excellent. Mount and paper are very nice with just a tiny bit of surface dirt on the mount at bottom.

Reverse has a photographer’s imprint for MORSE’S GALLERY OF THE CUMBERLAND… NASHVILLE, TENN. Reverse also has a negative number and two cancelled 1 cent tax stamps.

Image is from a Tennessee album.  [ad] [ph:L]

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