SIXTH-PLATE TIN OF A UNION CAVALRY LIEUTENANT

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Item Code: 160-553

Image is of an intimidating bearded Union cavalry lieutenant posed with one hand in his lap and grasping the hilt of his saber with the other. He wears a dark slouch hat turned up on one side with crossed sabers on the front of the crown, dark frock coat with 2nd lieutenant shoulder straps and sword belt complete with the shoulder support strap and the Pattern 1851 sword belt plate.

Contrast and clarity are acceptable.

Image comes with decorative brass mat and a worn stamped brass frame.

Cloth case is split.  [ad][ph:L]

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