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    Lot of Three Civil War Soldier Tintypes in Thermoplastic Union Cases. Includes: 1) Sixth Plate Tintype of a Standing Union Soldier in a "Geometric/Scroll" Case (Krainik 281). Lacking lid pillow, else excellent condition. 2) Sixth Plate Tintype of a Seated Union Soldier in a Scarce "Angel With Flower Cornucopia" Case (Krainik 157). Littlefield, Parsons & Co. paper label. Lacking lid pillow and with a few trivial chips along the edges, else very good condition. 3) Quarter Plate Tintype of a Standing Union Soldier With Musket in a Scarce "Tiny Heads in Oval" Case (Krainik 56). Image faded and spotty, else the case is in excellent condition. This lot also includes a CDV of Abraham Lincoln and his wife Mary, seated with sons Robert, in uniform, and Tad.

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    Auction Dates
    December, 2012
    11th-12th Tuesday-Wednesday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 6
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