Quarter plate tintype portrait of a soldier sitting on a bench/trunk in a studio setting with a painted camp scene serving as the backdrop. Housed in full, pressed paper case. The subject is clad in the Zouave-style uniform of baggy blue trousers and red sash characteristic of the 146th New York Regiment, also known as “Garrard’s Tigers.” While the subject is unidentified, a modern paper label accompanying the image suggests that the subject may be Edward Paine or George Tibbets, although these identifications cannot be confirmed.
Horizontal and diagonal crease lines throughout plate. Image is dark. Few spots on plate.
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