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    Unusual 8" x 10" Early War Albumen View of Four Federal Infantrymen, remarkable pose, almost allegorical in nature. All are armed with M1816/22 .69 caliber percussion conversions with bayonets fixed. All with full sets of equipment with oval US buckles. Three soldiers at right wear unusual, probably state issue, overcoats with piping and high standup collars. Soldier seated at right loading his pipe. Soldier standing at left in four button blouse with pipe tucked in the chinstrap of his hat. Man at lower left reclines on his knapsack. Large company letter F clearly visible on the front of their unusual Prussian style kepis. Very fine quality and condition, archivally mounted and framed.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 2008
    20th-21st Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 1
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