1/4 plate tintype of Lt. Col. Robert Harper Gray, 22nd North Carolina. This photo was taken by E. Hunt and colored by the portrait artist Joshua Andrews of Raleigh, North Carolina.
1/6th plate tintype of a group of identified Pennsylvania soldiers. Incredible content displayed here.
1/4 plate tintype of a soldier holding a bottle who is ostensibly about to "drink and ride."
1/4 plate tintype of five soldiers having a good time posing for the camera. I believe that this was taken in Corinth, based on several similar photos, but am not completely positive. The two soldiers lying in the background have red-tinted flowers in their jackers.
1/6th plate tintype of three confederate soldiers probably hailing from Mississippi. I like their confidence.
1/6th plate tintype of an NCO in a Massachusetts studio. Wonderful pose and tinting, this image is a real work of art.
1/6 plate ruby ambrotype of stately-looking friends or brothers.
1/4th plate tintype of a young soldier in front of the famous Benton Barracks backdrop. Despite his youth, the
service stripes indicate he had some experience under his belt!
1/9th plate ambrotype taken by Charles Rees of Clinton Grant of the 44th Virginia.
1/6th plate ambrotype of a cavalryman sporting a hard stare. I love his Hardee hat which has an ostrich plume sticking out. Super clear image.
1/6th plate ambrotype of a young cavalryman, probably 1st Ohio Cavalry. I bought this at an estate sale in Ohio. He doesnt look any older than 18.
1/4 plate tintype of a cavalryman ready to fight!
1/6th plate ambrotype depicting Private John Chitwood of “The Bartow County Yankee Killers” 23rd Georgia.
1/6th plate ambrotype of a rebel wearing a first national flag ribbon. Rare content!
1/6th plate tintype of a soldier who is wearing a great coat and ready to stab you with that bayonet! What a pose! In the back of the case is a date but no ID.
1/9th plate ambrotype of a confederate soldier that came from a Virginia estate. When the mat is removed, you get a great look at his cap box.
1/6th plate tintype of two soldiers in front of the Benton Barracks backdrop. Great gloves on the one fellow!
1/6th plate ambrotype of Richard T. Gathright, the hardest fighting Kentuckian there ever was.
1/6th plate tintype of a soldier outdoors near what I've been told is called the "New Jersey Well." Other examples are out there. I like his backpack.
1/6th plate tintype of a hard-looking confederate. Look at his hat and belt! Fantastic! The buttons are just discernible enough to make out script "I"'s.
1/6th plate tintype of a soldier dressed in a great coat and reading a newspaper. Great blue tinting.
Wow! That's what I think every time I look at this image. I think they are western theatre federal soldiers but perhaps they are partisans.
1/6th plate tintype of the saddest looking soldier I've ever seen. This one definitely had a story attached.
1/6th plate tintype of a rough-looking soldier holding a savage revolver.
1/6th plate tintype of a soldier holding the American flag and a gun. I believe this is either a Maine or NY backdrop, but can't remember at the moment.
1/9th plate ambrotype of a soldier holding a pistol. The photographer wrote "Union" on his hat! How unusual!
1/6th plate tintype of a cocky looking soldier. Housed in a neat oval case.
1/6th plate purple-glass ambrotype of a South Carolina infantryman who was identified by a note in the back of the case.
1/6th plate tintype of a Merrill's Horse Brigade cavalryman. Holy cow!
1/6th plat tintype of a cavalryman brandishing his saber. Cool image and pose.
1/2 plate ambrotype of a confederate soldier. Only the third half plate confederate I've owned. Probably from South Carolina.