THREE-QUARTER STANDING VIEW OF A DOUBLE ARMED UNION INFANTRYMAN

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Item Code: 1139-88

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 of a cartridge box with white buff sling with a Pattern 1826 breastplate and a narrow waistbelt also made of white buff leather with a small Pattern 1839 oval US plate. He has a pocket revolver tucked in his belt and holds a Model 1816 musket by his side. The subject’s cheeks are lightly tinted.

Clarity and contrast are excellent. Plate is free of scratches and dents.

Decorative brass mat and frame are present and come in a half leather case that has a very worn exterior.  [AD] [ph:L]

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