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    Lot of Five Civil War Tintypes Tentatively Identified to Union Soldiers From Massachusetts Regiments. Identifications are consignor provided. All subjects appear in uniform. Includes: 1.) 1/9th plate Tintype of a soldier identified as Private J. Schules, 8th Massachusetts Infantry. The image is housed in an embossed leather case. Top lid detached. 2.) 1/9th plate Tintype of a soldier identified as Private F. Pero of the 32nd Massachusetts Infantry. Housed in an embossed leather covered case. 3.) 1/9th plate tintype of a seated soldier identified as J. Foster, 19th Massachusetts Infantry. Retains the brass mat and cover glass. 4.) 1/6th plate Tintype of a soldier identified as A. F. Mitchell, Co. C, 13th Massachusetts Infantry. Housed in the lower section of an embossed leather case. No lid. 5.) 1/6th plate Tintype of a soldier identified as C. B. Fish, 40th Massachusetts Infantry. Housed in an embossed leather covered case. Top lid detached.

    Condition: All examples are very good or better unless otherwise noted.


    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2016
    11th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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