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    Half Plate Tintype of Sgt. John Barlow 1st Mississippi Cavalry, with Pistol and Sword, ca. 1860s. This Confederate soldier has pink tinted cheeks & yellow tinting (buttons, belt buckle, hat piece, hat tassel, stripes, and sword basket hilt). Image depicts a young man "Sgt. John Barlow" in full dress, long jacket and slouch hat, cavalry sword and M1860 .44 cal. fluted cylinder Colt Army pistol stuck in his belt. He is from the 1st Mississippi Cavalry Company B "DeSoto Light Dragoons", (DeSoto County, Mississippi). Also comes with Company "B" Mississippi Vol. Cavalry pinback medal and a silver bullion star.

    Very fine, half case, top missing, tin mat has discoloration

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