SIXTH-PLATE AMBROTYPE OF SEATED UNION SOLDIER FROM THE 100TH REGIMENT

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Item Code: 490-6150

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Image is a three-quarter seated view of a Union soldier wearing a dark kepi with a Company letter “A” and the number “100” on the front of the crown. He also wears a light-colored overcoat open to reveal a dark frock coat and light trousers. The buttons of the frock coat have been touched with gold gilt paint

Contrast and clarity are good. There is a light area of discoloration around the edge of the mat. A close look at the cap and the soldiers beard shows two very tiny areas where the coating has flaked off the back of the image. Back side of the image has a paper coating with a period pencil date of “FEB 10, 1862.”

Image comes in a full case with repaired hinge, stamped brass frame that shows some wear and decorative mat.  [ad] [ph:L]

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