CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE

In very good to excellent condition. No missing parts or major damage. When the photo is removed & held up to a light source a few small spots/holes of light shinning through can be seen. These spots cannot be seen when the photo is in the case. One small chip to the thermoplastic “Union Case” in the upper right-hand corner of the front section. The felt & cardboard frame around the brass preserver metal mat is worn and not aligned properly (likely from being removed to examine the interior of the case) and needs to be expertly re-installed. The felt cover of the left side of the case interior has one small tear hole. Use the “SUPERSIZE” feature for each photo, as the photos often can illustrate the items condition better than any words can. Remember that the photos constitute part of the overall description. Please read the description completely & carefully view all photos. CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE. This could be an ambrotype photo! This photos has characteristics of both types. Any help in identifying the photo type (or providing info on the subject) is appreciated. The photo is: On glass, With a silver, mirror-like border edge, With a black-coated backside, Inside a folded-around ornate brass preserver, With a felt-lined paper frame, Inside a thermoplastic “Union” case. The subject is: A young man with slicked-down hair, Wearing a suit with a buttoned-up collar & a vest, Holding some type of Colt revolver. The revolver is definitely a early Colt and appears to be one made in the 1860′s. Supersize the photos to examine the details of the revolver. The soldier is in plain clothes, but he is holding what appears to be a 1986′s Colt revolver pistol. PLEASE NOTE: I only have the word of the previous owner that this is a Confederate soldier in the photo. To me, he looks like just a everyday person in a suit and holding a gun. However, this pose was one that was often affected by soldiers (and outlaws). The previous owner’s explanation makes sense because why would a normal citizen be photographed in his best Sunday suit and holding his gun? ! Please fully read my terms & conditions below the listing; ESPECIALLY international customers. Structure/Composition: Photo was very carefully removed for examination and then re-installed. The image is on glass with a black-coated backside. The ornate brass preserver frame is folded around the glass, which is either very thick sinlge piece or there are two pieces of glass fitted together. The backside is not smooth glass, like the front side is, it is some kind of black coating. The interior case side opposite the photo has a cushioned ornate felt covering. Bout 3 inches (7.5cm) tall by 2 inches (5cm) wide and ½ inch thick. Preserver mat frame and glass image is. Bout 2 inches (5cm) tall by 2½ inches (6.5cm) wide and ¼ inch thick. Mark(s): Inside the case (under the photo) there is a paper insert marked. GENUINE UNION CASE, IMPROVED. —– Fine Gilt and Burnished Hinge. —– Scovill Mf’g Co. Year Made/Approximate Age: Undated. From a non-smoking/smoke-free & pet-free home. Cleaning may have been done for photographic purposes. A 12-inch or 6-inch ruler may be used for scale purposes. Please contact me about ANY questions you have about this item! ADD ME TO YOUR “FAVORITE SELLERS” LIST! Payments must be received/arranged within five (5) calendar days. Pay for the items immediately after the auctions close. CANADA, AUSTRALIA, JAPAN & THE EUROPEAN UNION: If the total weight is four (4) pounds or less, t. Item(s) weight + packaging materials + bubble envelope or cardboard box. Items can be held for up to 14 calenda. All packages mailed to a U. All items are packaged appropriate to their fragility. But may have been lightly cleaned for photographic purposes. Link shown on the left-hand side at the very bottom of the listing for. Get Supersized Images & Free Image Hosting. Create your brand with Auctiva’s. Attention Sellers – Get Templates Image Hosting, Scheduling at Auctiva. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. The item “CIVIL WAR ERA SOLIDER DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO PHOTOGRAPH in THERMOPLASTIC UNION CASE” is in sale since Tuesday, July 25, 2017. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Militaria\Civil War (1861-65)\Original Period Items\Photographs”. The seller is “keithantiquescollectibles” and is located in Eden, North Carolina. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States


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