1/4 PLATE TINTYPE OF ARMED UNION SOLDIER, 127TH INFANTRY REGIMENT

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Item Code: 490-6844

Offered here is a 1/4 plate tintype image of armed and equipped Union soldier.

Image is of a standing Union soldier posing before a photographer’s painted backdrop. Soldier wears regulation 9-button frock coat, infantry accoutrements, and is holding a musket with bayonet. He also wears a fully adorned Hardee hat with hat cord, plume, infantry horn insignia, company letter “A”, and regimental numbers “127”. Unfortunately, this does not identify his regiment as there were five states with a 127th infantry regiment: New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Illinois, and Indiana.

Image is somewhat dark on lower half, but subject and details remain visible. Case is in fine condition.   [jet][ph:L]

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