SIXTH PLATE TINTYPE OF AN ARMED UNION ARTILLERYMAN

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Item Code: 224-352

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Waist up view of a soldier wearing a dark forage cap with gilt tinted side buttons and chinstrap buckle. The subject also wears a dark artillery shell jacket with tinted red piping. In one hand he holds what looks to be a Model 1860 cavalry saber with a hilt that has been outlined with gilt. In the other he holds the scabbard. At his waist is a belt with a plate that has also been touched with gilt.

Image is clear with good contrast but with some darkening around the edges.

Image comes in a half leather case with a patriotic mat sporting US flags, cannons and ships and the usual stamped brass frame.  [ad]

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