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01/19/2019 07:15 PM
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QUARTER PLATE AMBRO TYPE PHOTO(CIVIL WAR OFFICER)

Age. Circa 1800s
Composition. See below
Size. 3 ¼” high x 2 ¾” wide frame
Rating: 8
Comments. This quarter plate ambrotype is of a seated Civil War officer in what appears to be his dress uniform and he looks somewhat young for his rank. It is a formal sitting and has very nice details as well as a good exposure. It is mounted in a two-part brass frame which has raised as well as pressed designs and is quite decorative. This item is in good shape with normal use wear, has some slightly darker spots in the brass and has some soiling. Give it a cleaning and you’ll have a very nice, handsome soldier who was your instant relative in the Civil War or a great collectible. An ambrotype is a positive photograph on treated glass.

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