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Overseas duty in the PI c. 1904 - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Early 20th century Wounded Marines - Photographsin Photographs
Civil War Marine cdv photograph - Photographsin Photographs
WW2 P-38 Trench art ashtray - Folk Artin Folk Art
1st MN Heavy Artillery at Chattanooga - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Interesting characters from 1870s tintype - Photographsin Photographs
Occupational trunk maker tintype c. 1870s - Photographsin Photographs
Trench art risque letter opener - Military and Wartimein Military and Wart…
Art Glass creamer with cranberry top - Art Glassin Art Glass
Union soldier in a sack coat - Photographsin Photographs


  1. It looks to be in great condition-- well cared for! You are correct in its original use. It dates from the 2nd quarter of the 20th century-- not an antique yet but close! scott
  2. Thanks petey! scott
  3. Thanks petey! scott
  4. Thanks petey! scott
  5. Thanks hyp! scott
  6. Thanks hyp! scott
  7. Thanks hyp! scott
  8. Thanks hyp! scott
  9. BEAUTIFUL Welz!! scott
  10. GO CUBS GO! scott
  11. Actually, I would think a refinish would enhance the value of this piece. It is not a big ticket item-- ebay will give you a good idea on what they sell for. Be sure to take shipping into account....
  12. GREAT image! scott
  13. Beautiful image! scott
  14. Beautiful! scott
  15. Love these! scott
  16. I wouldn't use blue or gray color to determine affiliation. Many pre- war militia uniforms don't follow the standard thought. Additionally, Southern uniforms are all over the board in color. Are ...
  17. It is not a standard issue Union uniform. Looks to be some sort of State issue item-- which could be pre or post War (assuming it is US). Some close up photos of the buttons would be useful as w...
  18. Agree with kerry-- certainly not 19th century. scott
  19. Thanks again fran. scott
  20. Nice image-- agree it is an enlarged photograph that has had details enhanced. These are typical of the late 19th- early 20th century. scott
  21. Thanks kiva and david. scott
  22. Thanks kiva and david. scott
  23. Thanks tassie-- appreciate you looking and commenting. scott
  24. Rob: Marines were involved in several smaller conflicts before WW1: Philippines, Nicaragua, Haiti, and China to name a few. With a blow up, a clump of material cloth can be seen and it appears the...
  25. Yep, the short hair and side part does it for me. I have seen girls with cropped hair but not as short as this. scott
  26. Thanks much scott and racer. scott
  27. Thanks for looking scott. scott
  28. I think roy has it on the last image-- looks like a boy. Boys in dresser is common-- I have seen a lot in 19th century images. scott
  29. Glad to help out. To answer racer's question about the wealth of the family. These albums are very typical of the era. Albums with slots for 40- 50 images were not that expensive and allowed the ...
  30. Thanks spirit and fort! scott
  31. Thanks martika and spirit! scott
  32. Thanks peasejean! scott
  33. Thanks for looking trunkman! scott
  34. Your first two images may be Civil War era. I am not sure if you noticed, but the first is a "hidden mother" image. If you look closely-- you can see a hand is protruding from the chair back. Mom...
  35. Great info rob-- was that camera the usual for WW1 era "yardlongs"? scott
  36. Thanks for looking tassie and vetraio! scott
  37. Looks to be a standard gelatin silver print-- the most common form of 20th century photography. scott
  38. Thanks much vo! scott
  39. GREAT Images-- you are now entering the dark side from Welz to antique photographs! scott
  40. It is a modern photo-- no doubt. Probably a reenactor photographed in a studio with his gear. scott
  41. Thanks tom! scott
  42. Thanks for looking david! scott
  43. LOOSE tintype with no sign of being cased (size is most likely a little off of the standard "case" sizes) and the hairstyle/ clothing of the woman. scott
  44. Nice image, gregory! Your tintype dates from about 1880s- 90s. Glad to have another photo collector on board! scott
  45. Cyanotypes aren't exclusive to or a subset of postcards-- they are found in formats other than rppcs. scott
  46. Thanks rade and charm. scott
  47. NICE ONE! I am surprised that the spinning propellers survived-- often they are missing. Thanks for sharing. scott
  48. Thanks for looking spirit! scott
  49. WELL DESERVED RECOGNITION. The most influential writer of the 20th century. scott
  50. That is great bobby! I would trade several of mine to get one from my family! The chrome ones are nice-- believe I have a few posted on here. When you get the chance, please post yours. scott
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