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    Lot of Six 19th Century Tintypes Featuring Tradesmen and Soldiers. Comprising: 1.) 1/6 plate Tintype of two seated soldiers with their hands on their hearts. Housed in an embossed leather covered case. 2.) Two 1/6th plate tintypes of a train conductor. Housed in an embossed leather covered case. Lid detached. 3.) 1/6th plate Tintype of two men in hats. Housed in an embossed leather covered case. 4.) 1/9th plate of what appears to be a young soldier. Housed in a tortoiseshell case. 5.) 1/9th plate Daguerreotype of a man seated with a book in his lap. Housed in the lower half of a leather case. 6.) 1/6th plate Tintype of two 19th Century couples. Includes brass mat.

    Condition: Very good.


    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    December, 2016
    11th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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