THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF A CIVIL WAR ERA MID-SHIPMAN

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Item Code: 431-35

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Subject is posed with his arms crossed. He wears a dark short jacket with matching dark military vest and trousers. The jacket has anchors on each collar, two parallel stripes of cuff braid surmounted by a diamond and on each sleeve there is a diamond shaped patch with a five-pointed star at center. The subject also wears a black leather waist belt with two-piece tongue and wreath Navy plate and a Model 1852 Naval Officer’s sword.

Contrast and clarity are excellent. Paper and mount have light surface dirt and minor staining.

Reverse is blank but for some collector information in modern pencil.    [ad][ph:L]

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