Description[Civil War]. Two Quarter Plate Tintypes of Soldiers. Two images, 3.75" x 4.75" and 3.25" x 4.25", circa 1860s. The first image, without a protective case, is a studio portrait of an armed Union soldier, thought to be from a Wisconsin company. The man is standing at attention with his rifle, wearing a sack coat with a US belt buckle. The second image is also a studio portrait of a young soldier with a rifle. From the comparative size of his rifle, we can surmise that he was a rather tall gentleman.
Condition: The cased image has some wear on its outside and it is missing one of the side fasteners. Both images are good quality, overall.
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