1/4 PLATE TINTYPE OF ARMED UNION CAVALRYMAN

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Offered here is a 1/4 plate tintype image of armed Union cavalryman in full case.

Image is of a standing Union soldier posing before a photographer’s painted canvas backdrop depicting a camp with palm trees. Soldier wears regulation piped shell jacket, and is holding a cavalry saber. He wears a forage cap.

Trousers are tinted blue, jacket piping tinted yellow, and brass highlighted in gilt.

Tin shows a few minor bends which do not affect the photo. Case is complete with heavy wear. Hinge looks to have been repaired with old cloth tape.   [jet] [ph:L]

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