Civil War Images


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Spectacular 1/6 plate tintype of an young Union soldier in kepi and uniform with his rifle and fixed bayonet . Also a tintype taken much later that was said to be an image of the same individual. Cover glass is a bit foggy, the image is strong with good contrast in full case. $500. 


Spectacular 1/6 plate tintype portrait of a soldier with Kepi/ He has his sword across his lap and col in his belt. Great presence and interaction with the camera. Sharp and crisp throughout, with applied gold gilt and red tinted sleeve piping. Please see scan for better information about the condition of the plate. $495.


Wonderful 1/2 plate tintype of a group of 8 men posed out of doors. Each has two badges or silks for some type of event, such as GAR or union meting. The badges are prominent, but unfortunately there is not enough visible detail to read. A really superb tintype in a great size. $190


Why is it always the great images that get damaged? This is a full standing studio portrait of a Civil Was Soldier with a star shaped campaign pin. Cover glass mat and preserver are missing, resulting in surface abrasions. Scan gives an accurate portrayal of the image condition. $100


1/4 plate early tintype of young armed soldier on camp stool holding rifle with bayonet in scabbard. $550


Outdoor CW 1/4 plate tintype of supply wagon with fleur-de-lis. Tax stamp on reverse. $1300


CDV of Capt. G. H. Sessions (tentatively identified as Co. E, 5th Vermont Volunteers) Presented to J. R. R(?) in period pen on reverse. By Paige of Plumb Gallery, Washington, D. C. $SOLD


Strong unidentified CDV portrait of young soldier in great coat. $75


CDV identified as Lieut. P. C. Dickey, Springfield, Indiana on reverse. SOLD


Signed CDV of Robert A. Dunlop, identified as Co. C, 4th Regiment I believe U. S. Vermont Volunteers. Taken in Columbus,  Ohio, signed in ink on the verso. Tax stamp removed at some point in its life. Slightly light with some surface soil. Scan gives an accurate portrayal of the image condition.$SOLD