1/4-PLATE AMBROTYPE OF UNIDENTIFIED CONFEDERATE SOLDIER AND WOMAN, WITH A LOCK OF HAIR

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Item Code: 2024-1095

This is a very fine image of a seated Confederate soldier in uniform, presumably with his wife. This is a 1/4-plate ambrotype with mat, glass, and wrapped frame; all in a half case.

Soldier wears a military jacket and trousers with stripe. He has wildly curly hair. Woman wears dark dress with waist belt and sash buckle. Contrast is very good.

Accompanied by a lock of reddish-brown hair, found under the image in the case.

A great view of a Confederate soldier and wife.  [jet][ph:L]

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