FULL STANDING VIEW OF A DOUBLE-ARMED NEW YORK SOLDIER

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Item Code: 160-296

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The subject is posed standing with one hand resting on the back of a chair in front of a painted backdrop of a bucolic scene.

He wears dark New York shell jacket with cloth epaulettes and cloth belt loop on the left side of the waist. Buttons look to be three-piece New York buttons. He also wears matching dark trousers. At his waist is a thin leather belt that looks to be using a finial and hole for a belt plate. Stuffed in the belt is a small fighting knife and just across from it is a holstered revolver.

Contrast and clarity are good. Paper and mount have very light surface dirt.

Reverse is blank.  [ad][ph:L]

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