SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A YOUNG MAN HOLDING A SMITH CARBINE

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Item Code: 490-5984

Image is of a young man wearing a dark slouch hat, light shirt with exposed suspenders and dark trousers. He is posed in front of a painted backdrop of a forest scene with his hands resting on the muzzle of a Smith carbine.

Contrast and clarity are good.

Image comes with a plain brass mat and stamped brass frame.

Cloth case is split.  [ad][ph:L]

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