Sergeant James D. Trimble, Ohio 48th Volunteers, Full Plate Tintype, Post-War Cabinet Card, Ribbon, and Badge

Lot of 5, including full plate tintype, post-war cabinet card, Odd Fellows badge, Co. K pin, and additional charm.

Full plate tintype of a young man in uniform, resting his hand on the back of a chair. Absent of glass, mat, and case, with hand-painting throughout, including gold highlights to buttons.

Cabinet card featuring a woman standing next to a seated man with a beard, identified on verso as "J.D. Trimble."

Also with an assortment of badges and ribbons, including a Company K pin, and an unidentified star-form charm, and an Independent Order of the Odd Fellows badge, denoting the Patriarchs Militant, the highest order of the organization. Three-part badge mounted to gold-trimmed ribbon, featuring a crown with crossed crook and sword, connected by the triple links of Odd Fellowship, lettered with, "P / M / OHIO / 18."

James D. Trimble (ca 1837-1908) was born in Kentucky and later moved to Perry, Ohio. He enlisted on September 19, 1861 and mustered into Company K, 48th Ohio Infantry as a corporal. He was promoted to the rank of sergeant before mustering out on January 17, 1865, when the 48th and 83rd Regiments were consolidated. 



Tintype with creasing/damage to corners, with areas of paint loss throughout. 

Estimate: $300 - $500
Price Realized Including Buyer's Premium


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