DescriptionLot of Two Civil War Tintypes of Union Soldiers. Includes: 1.) 1/6th plate Tintype of a seated Union soldier identified by the consignor as Charles G. Blodgett, Co. G, 10th Massachusetts Infantry. Blodgett was wounded at Salem Heights, Virginia and taken prisoner at Spotsylvania Court House. He died in captivity on September 28, 1864 at Charleston, South Carolina. Housed in a gutta percha Union case. 2.) ¼ plate Tintype of a Union enlisted man standing with his musket and with a revolver tucked in his belt. Housed in the lower portion of an embossed leather case.
Condition: 1.) Excellent. Sharp, clear image. 2.) Very good. A bit of haloing at the margins of the mat.
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