Outstanding ninth plate tintype of an unidentified member of the 32nd New York Volunteer Infantry. Seated pose of this early war infantryman dressed in his state issue New York jacket. An SNY plate is clearly visible worn around the waist, although slightly turned away from the camera. Double armed, a small Root revolver can be seen tucked into his belt along with a coffin handled Bowie knife as well. A cartridge box is worn while his cap sits atop his head with the numeral “32” pinned to the front along with his company letter “F”. Really sharp looking image! This one comes housed in a full leatherette case.