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1840s ARMED MILITIA MAN WITH COCKADE AND “JG” HAT INSIGNIA

1840s ARMED MILITIA MAN WITH COCKADE AND “JG” HAT INSIGNIA

This sixth plate daguerreotype dates to the early or mid-1840s, having a simple octagonal mat and glass with no frame or “preserver.” It is also housed in simple leatherette cast with embossed… (1138-1929). Learn More »

GREAT QUARTER-PLATE TINTYPE OUTDOOR VIEW OF A GROUP OF UNION SOLDIERS & THEIR CAMP

GREAT QUARTER-PLATE TINTYPE OUTDOOR VIEW OF A GROUP OF UNION SOLDIERS & THEIR CAMP

The subject of this image is ten Union soldiers wearing dark forage caps and light-colored overcoats standing in front of their camp. None of the soldiers wear any accoutrements. Several wear their… (2021-920). Learn More »

QUARTER-PLATE TINTYPE OF TWO UNION SOLDIERS WITH MOUNTS

QUARTER-PLATE TINTYPE OF TWO UNION SOLDIERS WITH MOUNTS

Outdoor view of two standing Union soldiers holding their horses reins in a field. The soldier closest to the camera wears a dark forage cap, dark double-breasted frockcoat and light trousers with a… (2021-921). Learn More »

SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE OF SEATED CONFEDERATE

SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE OF SEATED CONFEDERATE

Waist-up view of a bearded, gaunt faced Confederate seated sideways in a chair and posed with one arm resting on the chair back. He wears a light-colored double-breasted coat with no collar insignia… (2021-907). Learn More »

FIRST LIEUTENANT DAVID T. POYNER, VIRGINIA MILITIA, CA. 1859; CAPTAIN BRUNSWICK GUARD, CO. A, 5th VIRGINIA BATTALION OF INFANTRY 1861

FIRST LIEUTENANT DAVID T. POYNER, VIRGINIA MILITIA, CA. 1859; CAPTAIN BRUNSWICK GUARD, CO. A, 5th VIRGINIA BATTALION OF INFANTRY 1861

This wonderful image was published on the back cover of Military Images in 2007. Poyner is shown seated in this sixth plate ambrotype cradling his 1850 pattern foot officer’s sword and wearing a… (1138-1858). Learn More »

CONFEDERATE SOLDIER IN UNIFORM, LOY FAMILY OF VIRGINIA

CONFEDERATE SOLDIER IN UNIFORM, LOY FAMILY OF VIRGINIA

This sixth-plate ambrotype shows a young Confederate soldier seated, wearing a dark forage cap or kepi, and light color uniform jacket with standing collar and shoulder tabs. Eight buttons are visible… (1138-1861). Learn More »

SCARCE TINTYPE OF GENERAL WILLIAM STARKE, LOUISIANA BRIGADE, KILLED IN ACTION AT ANTIETAM WHILE IN DIVISION COMMAND

SCARCE TINTYPE OF GENERAL WILLIAM STARKE, LOUISIANA BRIGADE, KILLED IN ACTION AT ANTIETAM WHILE IN DIVISION COMMAND

This very clear sixth-plate tintype is from the collection of the late Bill Turner and shows William Edwin Starke as Lieutenant Colonel. He is posed wearing an early war Confederate uniform showing… (1138-1839). Learn More »

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF TWO COMRADES IN THE VETERAN RESERVE CORPS (?)

SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF TWO COMRADES IN THE VETERAN RESERVE CORPS (?)

These two comrades are posed with one seated and the other standing next to him with his hand resting on his shoulder. Both wear light-colored jackets trimmed with darker piping, hold dark forage… (1138-1821). Learn More »

IMPOSING SOUTH CAROLINA OFFICER WITH CAP INSIGNIA AND CAPED OVERCOAT

IMPOSING SOUTH CAROLINA OFFICER WITH CAP INSIGNIA AND CAPED OVERCOAT

This extremely clear 6th plate tintype shows a scarce example of South Carolina hat insignia on the front of his tall kepi. He wears a light color, probably gray, caped overcoat with falling collar… (1138-1809). Learn More »

INTERESTING OUTDOOR TINTYPE OF ELEVEN UNION SOLDIERS & THEIR DRUMMER

INTERESTING OUTDOOR TINTYPE OF ELEVEN UNION SOLDIERS & THEIR DRUMMER

This outdoor sixth-plate view shows what may be the remains of a Union infantry Company after some months campaigning. At first glance it just appears to show 12 soldiers lined up in a field in front… (2021-923). Learn More »

VERY UNUSUAL AMBROTYPE OF A CS CAVALRY TROOPER

VERY UNUSUAL AMBROTYPE OF A CS CAVALRY TROOPER

This 6th plate ambrotype is quite wonderful in showing a real Confederate cavalry trooper much as Hollywood liked to portray him. In fact, this is one of those images that excites loud comments from… (1138-1820). Learn More »

THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF A DOUBLE ARMED UNION INFANTRYMAN

THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF A DOUBLE ARMED UNION INFANTRYMAN

Sixth-plate tintype of a Union soldier standing at the position of “SHOULDER ARMS.” He wears a dark forage cap with upturned visor, dark frockcoat and matching trousers. His accouterments consist… (1139-88). Learn More »

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SUPER HALF-PLATE TINTYPE OF A NEW YORK CORPORAL

SUPER HALF-PLATE TINTYPE OF A NEW YORK CORPORAL

Wonderful full-standing view of a young Union corporal posed leaning against a column. He wears a New York style shell jacket with piped collar, cuffs, cloth shoulder epaulettes and belt loops at his… (1139-25). Learn More »

6th PLATE AMBROTYPE OF A DAPPER SIX-YEAR-OLD

6th PLATE AMBROTYPE OF A DAPPER SIX-YEAR-OLD

This crystal clear ambrotype shows a young boy posed wearing a cap and holding what seem to be a very fashionable thin walking stick. He is fashionably attired in open jacket, fastened only at the… (1138-1915). Learn More »

QUARTER-PLATE TINTYPE OF UNION MUSICIANS WITH ONE OF THE LARGEST SAX HORNS EVER SEEN

QUARTER-PLATE TINTYPE OF UNION MUSICIANS WITH ONE OF THE LARGEST SAX HORNS EVER SEEN

Outdoor camp scene shows three Union soldiers seated in front of a wedge tent on the edge of a wood. The three soldiers sit amongst a pile of haversacks, cups, canteens, plates, boilers and a coffee… (1139-96). Learn More »

TWO CONFEDERATE NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER PARDS

TWO CONFEDERATE NON-COMMISSIONED OFFICER PARDS

This crystal clear 6th plate tintype shows two Confederate NCOs seated in a half-length view, against a plain background, both wearing dark caps and one with his arm over his comrade’s shoulder.… (1138-2003). Learn More »

BEFORE AND AFTER ENLISTING IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY

BEFORE AND AFTER ENLISTING IN THE CONFEDERATE ARMY

This pair of sixth-plate ambrotypes is housed in a nice thermoplastic case with a geometric and floral border imitating a rustic frame, surrounding a scene of birds picking at a flowering plant. This… (1138-1834). Learn More »

SUPER CLEAR MEXICAN WAR ERA DAGUERROTYPE OF A DAPPER 1st INFANTRY LIEUTENANT

SUPER CLEAR MEXICAN WAR ERA DAGUERROTYPE OF A DAPPER 1st INFANTRY LIEUTENANT

This wonderful sixth plate daguerreotype shows a youthful infantry first lieutenant in a half-length pose, likely seated though no chair is visible, casually leaning an elbow on a table with cover. He… (1138-2010). Learn More »

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CAPTAIN W.W. RANDOLPH: LIKELY WILLIAM WELFORD RANDOLPH, 2nd VIRGINIA, LATER LT. COLONEL, KIA THE WILDERNESS 1864

CAPTAIN W.W. RANDOLPH: LIKELY WILLIAM WELFORD RANDOLPH, 2nd VIRGINIA, LATER LT. COLONEL, KIA THE WILDERNESS 1864

Identified as Capt. W.W. Randolf (sic) in the files of the late Bill Turner, noted Virginia collector and dealer, this six plate ambrotype shows Randolph seated with one hand on his thigh and the… (1138-1803). Learn More »

SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIER IN MONITOR CASE

SIXTH PLATE AMBROTYPE OF CONFEDERATE SOLDIER IN MONITOR CASE

This southern soldier is shown seated, resting one elbow on a table beside him. He wears a double-breasted frock coat and is likely an officer, though we don’t see any rank insignia. The image has… (1138-1893). Learn More »


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COLONEL OF TEXAS CAVALRY AND MAJOR GENERAL ARTHUR PENDLETON BAGBY: BY LAND AND BY SEA!

Arthur Pendleton Bagby led his Texas cavalry troopers in fights on horseback, on foot, and on shipboard. He rose from Major to Major General, his last two promotions, to brigadier and major general courtesy of Kirby Smith, who had to run the… (1138-1993). Learn More »

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