DescriptionCivil War Quarter-Plate Tintype of a Union Soldier Purported to be Private Josiah Wohlford, Company A, Indiana 118th Infantry Regiment. Private Wohlford is posed standing wearing a sack coat, kepi and his trousers tucked into tall boots. The consigner identifies the soldier as Josiah Wohlford. Wohlford was a resident of Kosiusko County who enlisted on August 13, 1863 and mustered out March 1, 1864 in Indianapolis. The image is sold in an embossed leather case complete with brass mat and original glass.
Condition: Excellent. A small area of pin prick holes in the emulsion in the lower right edge of the image. Some scuffing to the leather covering of the case.
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