DescriptionSixth Plate Tintype of Two Indians, ca 1860-1870. Early studio tintype of two Plains Indians. Both wearing bone breast plates, gauntlets and beautiful beaded moccasins. There is a scratched name on verso Iron Hill (looks new) would be very hard to identify these two Indians. Just a nice tintype image. Measures approximately 2.50" x 3.50"
Condition: Very good-fine, tin has bends and hole at top.
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