SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE IMAGE OF ARMED FEDERAL SOLDIER

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Item Code: 1139-15

Waist-up view of a middle-aged Union private holding his musket across his chest. The bareheaded subject wears dark frockcoat and light trousers with a cartridge box sling with plate and a waistbelt with cap box. His oval US belt plate is barely visible under the trigger guard of his musket. His cheeks are lightly tinted rose. The subject holds a Model 1861 rifle musket with sling. Unfortunately, the lock plate is facing the soldier and cannot be seen.

Contrast and clarity are excellent. Plate is very clean.

Image comes with a decorative scalloped mat and stamped brass frame all housed in a very nice full leather case with a hinge that is split but holding.  [AD] [ph:L]

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