DescriptionQuarter Plate Tintype of a Bearded Man Holding a Lever Action Rifle. An exceptional image of a confident, rugged, bearded man posed standing with his lever action rifle. Given the state of his clothing one can only assume that he is a working man, perhaps a buffalo skinner or something similar. From the Emory A. Cantey Western Collection.
Condition: The image has been cut in a slightly irregular fashion and there is light crazing to the surface, otherwise it is clear, sharp and in near fine condition.
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