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Union Naval Officer-Half Plate Daguerreotype
Item #: NEW-0016194

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This is a half plate dag of an unknown Naval officer.  It has a complete leather case which is split. The designs are different so I probably married one side, I can't remember.  Both clasps are present.  This image was found in Nashville Tennessee and I have been unable to identify the subject.  He is wearing an early naval uniform which was used until 1862 so I don't know if it is Mexican War or early Civil War.  What I can see of the belt buckle is from that same era.  The image is exceptionally clean.  There may be a couple of light scratches on the right sleeve.

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Michael Corcoran CDV-Union General
Item #: NEW-0015021

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This Anthony CDV is of Michael Corcoran who was of Irish descent. His complete history can be found by following the link given.  

Michael Corcoran (September 21, 1827 December 22, 1863) was an Irish American general in the Union Army during the American Civil War and a close confidant of President Abraham Lincoln.[2] As its colonel, he led the 69th New York Regiment to Washington, D.C. and was one of the first to serve in the defense of Washington by building Fort Corcoran. He then led the 69th into action at the First Battle of Bull Run. After promotion to brigadier general, he left the 69th and formed the Corcoran Legion, consisting of at least five other New York regiments.

Corcoran died when his horse fell on him during the Civil War.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Michael_Corcoran

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Union Soldier CDV
Item #: NEW-0015019

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This soldier was not identified but came out of the same family album as other recent listings. No backmark

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Tintype of Soldier in CDV Format
Item #: NEW-0015018

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This image came with other identified soldiers out of the same album.  This image was not identified on the back and the tintype has extensive bubbling on the surface.  Please view the scan carefully.

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Erastus R Blood-Ohio 6th Cavalry-Tintype in CDV
Item #: NEW-0015013

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This man is identified on the back as E R Blood,Co A 6th Ohio Cavalry-Residence: Orwell Ohio- Ashtablula County. Very nice condition on the tintype but the CDV part is dingy.  Fields was the Artist in Cincinatti Ohio.

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CDV-Union Officer-Sword
Item #: NEW-0014802

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This officer was identified only as "Uncle ?"  Backmark of S Maury in Boston.  See scans

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Occupied Nashville Albumen-George Barnard
Item #: NEW-0012988

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The price on this item has been reduced.  Paypal will not be accepted on this item though payment plans can be arranged. 

This is an original mounted albumen which measures 13 by 10 inches. I have shown two scans of the front since it was a little too big for the scanner. Although the photographer is unknown,  George N Barnard was the official photographer assigned to Sherman and he photographed many Nashville buildings and later Chattanooga when Sherman moved his head quarters there.  This photograph can be seen in James Hoobler's book, "Cities Under the Gun."   The building is identified in that book and in the period handwriting at the bottom of the board as being General Hospital No 15, Division Nashville Tennessee May 9 1865.
Hoobler identified the building as Hynes School which was built in 1857 on the corner of Line and Summer Streets.  The hospital was used for the treatment of men who had venereal disease.The photo shows at least sixty-seven men and one boy.  A Rucker ambulance, can be seen in the foreground and a milk wagon above and to the left hand side.  There is a grouping of men, among them some paroled Confederate Soldiers and one with his rifle.  There is a structure which looks like gallows but more likely is a well.  A person could have fun studying this photograph for things I've missed.

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Ninth Plate-Tintype-Young Bugler-Union
Item #: NEW-0012409

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Neat view of a young union soldier proudly showing this bugle and a sword.  Good clarity but there is a large area of damage to the emulsion. If you look at the scan in the bottom right area you can see the damage.  Repaired spine and gilt missing from the design on the front. 

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Tintype- Union Officer-Sword-Sheath-Eagle Buckle
Item #: NEW-0011611

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Exceptional clarity on this sixth plate tintype image of a war weary officer holding an M1850 foot officers sword in it's leather scabbard.  Although the cheeks are tinted the photographer, fortunately did not add gilt on the belt plate which clearly shows an eagle.  Very slight bends in the tintype hardly worth mentioning.  The top of the tintype appears to have been trimmed. The composite case is complete but very worn.

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2nd Lt-122 Pa Inf-Ambro-David Fell-Civilian Pose
Item #: NEW-0011461

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Nice civilian image identified by paper glued onto the glass. Sixth plate in a half case.  Great condition on the ambrotype.  This image came with a grouping of images from a Pennsylvania family estate purchased at the Scott Antique market.  There is only one David Fell listed on the web in the Union Army and he was with the 122 nd Pennsylvania Infantry.  Here is a history of this unit.

UNION PENNSYLVANIA VOLUNTEERS


122nd Regiment, Pennsylvania Infantry 
Organized at Harrisburg August 12, 1862. Moved to Washington, D. C., August 15-16. Attached to Casey's Command, Defences of Washington, to September, 1862. Piatt's 1st Brigade, Whipple's 3rd Division, 3rd Army Corps, Army of the Potomac, to May, 1863. 

SERVICE.-Duty in the Defences of Washington at Fort Richardson, Cloud's Mills, near Georgetown, and at Fairfax Court House till October. Moved to Point of Rocks, Md., thence to Pleasant Valley October 11-19. Movement toward Warrenton, Va., October 24-November 16. Reconnoissance to and skirmish at Manassas Gap November 5-6. Movement to Falmouth November 18-24. Battle of Fredericksburg December 12-15. Burnside's 2nd Campaign, "Mud March," January 20-24, 1863. Duty near Falmouth till April 27.Chancellorsville Campaign April 27-May 6. Battle of Chancellorsville May 1-5. Moved to Washington and escort to General Whipple's funeral May 8. Mustered out May 16, 1863. 

Regiment lost during service 16 Enlisted men killed and mortally wounded and 1 Officer and 42 Enlisted men by disease. Total 59.    





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Armed Union Soldier Tintype-Attractive Back Drop
Item #: NEW-0011055

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This tintype measures around 4 and 1/4 by 3 and 1/4 inches.  Couple of bends, one more prominent than the other and overall crazing in the tintype protective coating.  Painted flag and war scene in the back drop.  The soldier has two pistols stuck in his belt and you can see the hilt of the sword and part of the sword.  No case but outline of being in a quarter plate case at one time.

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Ninth Plate Tintype-Drummer Boy
Item #: NEW-0010742

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Cute image in good condition.  Taken in a studio setting so don't know if he was a real drummer boy and a play one. Very nice leather case with seam broken.  Could be easily repaired but I'm not good at it.

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CDV-Capt. Albert S Seely-18th N Y Infantry
Item #: NEW-009855

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This image has recently been identified.  He has two bars on his shoulder strap and something draped over his shoulder, indicating that  he was Officer of the Day.  No back mark, some stains on the front and light crease at the top.  




Albert S. Seely

Residence was not listed; 27 years old.

Enlisted on 5/12/1861 at Ogdensburgh, NY as a 1st Lieutenant.

On 5/17/1861 he was commissioned into "K" Co. NY 18th Infantry 
He was Mustered Out on 5/28/1863 at Albany, NY


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Sources used by Historical Data Systems, Inc.:

 - New York:  Report of the Adjutant-General 1893-1906
 - Photo Courtesy of New York State Military Museum
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Post War Photo-Identified Armed Union Pa Soldier
Item #: NEW-009188

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Neat photograph of Alexander Black Ewing. His story however, is more interesting than the photograph which is encased in one of those cardboard studio holders. The photograph itself measures around five and a half by three and a half inches. There is an old newspaper clipping that tells his story in an obituary. Alexander Ewing was born in Middletown Pa and came to Carlisle at the age of eighteen where he learned the trade of cabinet maker and undertaker. His progeny are still in the funeral home business in Carlise. Ewing was in Carlisle when Confederate forces took the town over. All the U.S. forces stationed at the garrison fled to Harrisburg, leaving Ewing, who was the post undertaker in sole command. I was unable to figure out the exact unit he was in as there were several Alexander Ewings. Ewing went on to become the oldest Mason and next oldest Odd Fellow in Carlise. He was President of the Union Fire Company and President of the Funeral Directors association of the Southern District of Pennsylvania. The title of Colonel was conferred on him by unanimous consent of the community.

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Advertising CDV-General Ulysses Grant
Item #: NEW-008944

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Neat advertising CDV of General Grant. Advertising in rhyme "Woolen cloth and remnants cheap, at Thirty Seven Dorrance Street." There is a small sticker on the back for Salisbury Brother & Company Manufacturers of Carte de Visites of noted persons in Providence Rhode Island. Corner crease at upper right hand side.

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Sixth Plate Tintype-Armed Union Soldier
Item #: NEW-008906

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This tintype only has a half case and has some condition problems such as puncture marks which are visable in the scan. The soldier is holding a Plant gun. This image was found in a estate in Chattanooga Tennessee. Perhaps this soldier elected to live in the countryside that he had fought in.

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Sixth Plate Double Armed Union Soldier Tintype
Item #: NEW-008361

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Nice clarity on this sixth plate tintype showing a grim faced, double armed soldier. His hat appears to have the number 21 on it but visible only under strong magnification. There is a slight diagonal bend in the tintype which extends from the top through the hat to the edge of the tintype. The bend is not visible unless you rotate the image under a light. Encased in a very nice leather case.

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Sixth Plate Tintype-Triple Armed Union Soldier
Item #: NEW-008354

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Exceptional clarity and condition on this tintype of a geared up Union cavalry man in a complete leather case. Note: the line that can be seen at the bottom of the tintype is the cover glass not on the tintype. Armed with a musket and two revolvers, one holstered, the other a Colt 1851 Navy. He is also equipped with a cartridge box on a sling and cap box on his waist belt. Fatigue blouse and a slouch hat with crossed sabers insignia and a hat cord with tassels. Printed in Military Images, Vol XXX, number 2.

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CDV-Union General Joseph Hooker
Item #: NEW-008294

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Poor condition on this CDV with no back mark. Remnant on the back of a revenue stamp. This CDV came out of an Iowa album full of soldiers and some generals. All of the CDV's show signs of being handled quite often throughout the years. Please view the scan.

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Sixteenth Plate Soldier in Leather Case
Item #: NEW-008150

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Handsome soldier from an estate in Kentucky. I don't know whether he is Union or Confederate. Very nice clarity,tinted cheeks, and a feather sticking out of his jaunty hat. Nice leather case with only slight wear.

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Handsome Union Soldier -Sixth Plate Ambrotype
Item #: NEW-008083

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Great clarity on this image and encased in a nice patriotic mat, giving it a rare cameo appearance.  Case is complete but nothing to brag about, with a chip out of the edge and is detached at one of the hinges. See scan to view the condition. Image pooches out a bit from the case. They never seem to go in as well after taken out.

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Ninth Plate-Armed Union Soldier
Item #: NEW-008001

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Nice tinted tintype of an image found in Zenia Ohio. Some light bubbling along the right hand edge of the mat.

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Ninth Plate-Ruby Ambro-Armed Union Corporal
Item #: NEW-007946

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Great clarity and great condition on this soldier. Tinted ruby ambrotype. Cased in a nice decorative thermoplastic case. Chip out of one of the corner tips on the back cover. There is a period ink ID on the bottom of the case. I believe it says E W, or possibly M Carney 1865. I was able to find an Edward Carney who was a Corporal who was with the F Co. Indiana 38th Inf.

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Ninth Plate-Soldier-Thermoplastic Case
Item #: NEW-007941

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Ruby ambrotype of a Union soldier in a ninth plate double thermoplastic case. Small crack near the bottom corner on the edge and tiny tip chip, otherwise is great condition. Case does not close all the way, I think due to the brass mats sticking out a little.

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CDV-General George McClellan-Anthony
Item #: NEW-007768

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Highly stylized and touched up image of McClellan, turning him into the romantic figure he thought he was. Trimmed upper edges and some staining on the edges. See scan. Anthony backmark.

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CDV-General George McCllellan and Wife
Item #: NEW-007767

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No backmark on this photograph. Corners has been trimmed and possibly the sides. This was done to fit into a period album.

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Cased Sixth Plate Tintype-Two Armed Soldiers
Item #: NEW-007743

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Clarity is quite sharp on this tintype of two armed Union soldiers, sharper than appearance in the scan. Rifles with bayonets attached, U S Belt buckles. Light bends which do not detract from appearance. Cased in a geometric thermoplastic case with minor wear.

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Tintypes-Double Armed Union Soldier & Wife
Item #: NEW-007655

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Great look to this Union soldier and presumably his wife. They are encased in a scarce Scroll/Geometric case which is Carte De Visite Size, 3 7/8 X 2 11/16th size. Both are tintypes and both have been cut down to fit this odd sized thermoplastic case. The brass rims have also been cut down to fit the cases.  Clarity of the images are quite sharp, the soldier is clearer than the scan. There are two emulsion areas on the soldiers tintype which are visible in the scans. He is armed with a rifle and a hand gun. Something is extended from his hand. Buttons, breast plate and belt buckle have been gilded. Looks like a double number on his kepi but can not read them. The case has very minor wear. Clasps are present but it doesn't click shut. I think it would if the images are removed.

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Armed Union Soldier-Prescott Gun
Item #: NEW-007603

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This is a ninth plate tintype in a thermoplastic case. Love the dazed expression on this soldier's face. Nice condition on the tintype. Some chipping on the case.

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Tintype- Armed Union Soldier-Accoutrements
Item #: NEW-007485

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This sixth plate tintype is presented in a scarce and desirable patriotic case which appears to have the original leather stap at the spine. This handsome, unknown union soldier is ready for battle. I believe this tintype has been coated with sometype of protective film which gives it a bubbly appearance. This seems to be a case of why did they do that since I see no problems with the tintype. Looking at this straight on in a non-reflected manner the image is much sharper.

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Sixteenth Plate Rare Union Case with Soldier
Item #: NEW-007431

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Nice condition on this tiny thermoplastic case "The Young Tar" listed as a rare case. Grim looking soldier, tinted tintype. Mat needs to be re-glued. one slightly rough corner on the case, otherwise in excellent condition.

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Charm Locket-Lincoln-Grant-Hooker
Item #: NEW-007430

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Miniature photo album locket in excellent condition. This is a period item.

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Quarter Plate-Double Armed Union Soldier
Item #: NEW-007231

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Full standing pose of a handsome Union soldier which appears to have been taken in a field tent. Numerous folds in this tintype which detracts some. Armed with a pistol and a sword which has a tinted cord on it. Case is missing.

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CDV-Union Soilder
Item #: NEW-006918

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Rather poor condition on this photo which was clipped. It was evidently pasted in a scrap book-see reverse scan. Stains on front and a dig in the photo near his arm resting on the table.

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CDV-Armed Union Officer
Item #: NEW-006868

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Love the pose on this one, marred only by the trimming as can be seen in the scan. No backmark.

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Tintype-Two Firemen In Rare Fireman Thermoplastic Case
Item #: NEW-006756

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Sixth plate image showing two Civil War Era firemen wearing their firemen's shirts. The one on the right is wearing a fire parade belt with the letters A N O O R visible. Others letters cannot be seen. The other firefighter is wearing a Civil War US belt. Many firemen became soldiers during the Civil War but identification of the men is unknown. The image has excellent clarity and is in nice condition. It has been married to a rare thermoplastic case which features a fireman. Reference Krainik #116. Case has no condition problems.

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Quarter Plate Tintype-Armed Soldier
Item #: NEW-006715

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This image is in a half case, though a nice leather one. I purchased this image because the uniform is identical to some worn by the Seventh Georgia-Confederate. However the dealer that I purchased it from is from Connecticut and the soldier is wearing a US belt.

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Tintype-Civil War Officer
Item #: NEW-006687

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This tintype is one of those odd sized images that doesn't really fit into a case. Measures two and a half by three and not quite a half inch. There are some bends but not noticible unless rotating under a light. His hat has the number 10 on it. Have no further information on this photo.

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Double Armed Union Soldier Tintype
Item #: NEW-006651

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Sixth plate in half case. Hat has an I on it. Holding his rifle with a side arm tucked in his belt. There also seems to be something in the right arm area. See the scans to view the condition.

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Sixth Plate-Double Armed Union Soldier
Item #: NEW-006563

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Full case with spine repair which probably should be re-done. Note the rather large area of light emulsion. Good clarity. Belt buckle has ben painted but it appears to be an eagle buckle. Small brown spot at top of kepi.

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Quarter Plate Ambro-Union Officer-Great Case
Item #: NEW-006410

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Beautiful clear image of a Union officer (shoulder boards) holding his hat in a standing pose. Tinted cheeks and gold gillt. Encased in a thermoplastic case, "Sir Roger Covlerly and the Gypsies". Clean look to the case but some corner damage. Beautiful purple pillow. There is a message in the back which reads, "Given to me at Washington Dec 14 1861 at Mrs McShute's" Time or Line of war? Can't quite read that. There is crazing to the black paint on the back which you don't notice till you hold it up to a light. I had black paper backing in the case and I would recommend that.

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CDV-Armed Union Officer
Item #: NEW-005950

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Shoulder boards on this soldier but rank does not show. Holding a sword and you can see the eagle on the belt buckle under magnification. Belt has been placed over what looks like a sash. Backmark of Nixon, Boston. I don't know who this is but am hoping someone does.

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Ninth Plate-Union Soldier
Item #: NEW-005531

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Housed in a half case. Great clarity and condition. Something is wrong with one eye, possibly a war injury.

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Union Soldiers Tintype-Armed
Item #: NEW-005257

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Sixth plate tintype in good condition, though somewhat dark. Clarity of at least three of the faces are a little fuzzy. Two of the compatriots are armed. Complete with a nice thermoplastic case with a couple of little chips. Big chip out of the clasp and one of the hinges is loose.

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Parson Brownlow CDV
Item #: NEW-004598

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Anthony is the photographer of my favorite pose of Brownlow, though he is still ugly. Brownlow was the reconstruction Governor of Tennessee.

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CDV-Missouri Second Lt
Item #: NEW-004297

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See scan for condition. Photo has come up a tiny bit on the bottom right hand corner. Photographer William Brown, St. Louis Missouri.

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CDV-Union Soldier-Revenue Stamp
Item #: NEW-004216

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No back mark or ID on this soldier. Trimmed CDV and deep sratches across the face of the soldier. Stain above his head.

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CDV-Union Sodier-Bowling Green Photographer
Item #: NEW-004206

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Nice standing pose. Photographer is identified but soldier is not. Good condition

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CDV-Jeff Davis Captured Wearing Women's Clothes
Item #: NEW-004202

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This CDV has been trimmed considerably. See scan. Fantasy scene showing Jefferson Davis in women's clothes, surrounded by Union soldiers. Backmark says "Photographed by SHAW", sold by Hamford & Baldwin, booksellers. Chicago

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CDV-Famous Drummer Boy-Hendershot
Item #: NEW-004196

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Poor condition on this Carte-de-Vista of R H Hendershot, Drummer Boy of the Rappahannock at Fredricksburgh. Hendershot was in the 8th Maine Infantry whose heroric biography can be read on the web. Large crease at upper left hand edge and a large crease which runs horizonally across the center of the photograph. Slightly trimmed at the top. See scan

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