CDV OF UNIDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE SOLDIER -- GOING OFF TO WAR?

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Item Code: 1138-1638

Interesting photograph of an unidentified Confederate soldier. This is a full standing view of the man in plain uniform. He wears a civilian brimmed hat, military style vest and short jacket, with trousers rolled up at the feet. The holds a small revolver up in one hand and has his other hand on a suit case or valise. The pose has the look of a young soldier heading off to fight the war. Image is clean and clear with good contrast.

Mount remains in good, untrimmed condition. No photographer's backmark.

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

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