SIXTH-PLATE TINTYPE OF A TOUGH LOOKING FEDERAL INFANTRYMAN

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Item Code: 160-548

Image is of a stern looking Union soldier posed with his arms crossed over his chest. He wears a dark kepi, dark New York style shell jacket with cloth epaulettes with gold gilt buttons and light trousers. At his waist is his belt with Pattern 1839 oval “US” plate. Subject’s cheeks are lightly tinted.

Contrast and clarity are very good. Plate has light scattered discolorations but most of it is away from the subject.

Image comes with decorative brass mat and stamped brass frame.

Cloth case is split. [ad][ph:L]

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