Civil War Images

CWI 1. 6th Plate Ambrotype of a Union First Sergeant.

Fantastic image. This unidentified First Sergeant is sporting his NCO Sword with shoulder sling along with some spiffy leather gloves. Image is very clear and subject has a confident look. This is a high grade 6th plate Ambro.

$850.00

CWI 2. Confederate Infantryman 6th Plate Tintype.

Here is a real jewel of an image. Armed with a German Rifle and wearing a plain tongue Leech and Rigdon two piece belt buckle. Probably a Tennessee soldier.
$3650.00

 

CWI 3. Confederate Infantryman 9th Plate Ambrotype.

Unique highly detailed image of a young man verbally purported to be from Texas. He has a Large Bowie knife, Pettingill revolver and a two piece plain tongue Artillery style buckle. Great looking image.
$2850.00

 

CWI 4. U.S. Infantryman Ambrotype.

Crystal clear 6th plate Ambro of a Western Theatre Yankee wearing a Hardee hat with bugle insignia. The image has no case but the clarity and content compensates.
$395.00

 

CWI 5. Gaines Mill, VA. Battlefield Stereoview.

This is a very scarce stereoview. I have never seen this one before. A very detailed and gruesome shot that captures three dead Yankees where the fell in battle. You can clearly see a musket with bayonet affixed with the dead soldier in the foreground.

$450.00

 

CWI 6. Identified and published Tintype of a Confederate Infantryman.

Thomas Kitchen of Co. I, 8th GA. Infantry is shown sporting a large Bowie Knife and a Smooth-bore Musket. This 6th Plate Tintype is somewhat dark but the content is killer.

$4550.00

 

CWI 7. Identified Half Plate Ambrotype of a Federal Lieutenant.

Crystal clear image. Name written on inside is “Elizur Spelman”. I haven’t looked him up yet. While our subject may not be armed, the clarity, size and character of this picture is simply stunning.

$1650.00

 

CWI 8. 6th Plate Ambrotype of Seated Confederate with Beals Revolver and Charleston Depot Shell Jacket.

Tough looking Confederate image that surfaced in South Carolina. Our subject is wearing a Charleston Depot Shell Jacket and is holding a Remington Beals .44 Cal. Revolver for all to see. He is also wearing a M-1851 Saber Belt which makes me think that  he maybe a Cavalryman.

SOLD

 

CWI 9. Identified Confederate Cabinet Card of one of Gen. Forrest’s Troopers.

Interesting image. On the front in small print reads; J.N. Wright 1864 Co. H, 16th Regt. Forrest’s Cavalry CSA”. Comes with copies of service record. More research could be done.

SOLD