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[Civil War-Cased Image] Sixth Plate Ambrotype of Civil War Soldier and his Wife 
12/19/2011 - ONLINE American History Timed Auction
A sixth plate ambrotype of an unidentified Civil War soldier seated with his wife. Both subjects have tinted red cheeks, and the photograph is housed in a full pressed paper case.

Condition:  
Minor speckling to plate, else very good.
Sold: $141.00
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