Here is a great sixth plate tintype of a bearded early war infantry soldier holding a Smith & Wesson revolver.  Soldier is wearing epaulettes indicative of early war.  Image comes in a half case.  I love his scraggly beard...Price SOLD
Here is a stunning 1/4th plate tintype of an armed Infantry soldier.  The image comes in a half case and has the clarity, composition, and quality on a scale of "10"...Sweet image....Price sold
Here is a great sixth plate tintype of two young confederate infantrymen posed for their likeness.  The soldier on the left is a sergeant and they are both posed with rifles.  Both men have plumes or feathers in their caps.  Image has solarization, but it does not affect either soldier.  Super photograph of two armed confederate soldiers...Price SOLD
Here is a superbly rare pair of sixth plate tintypes.  The images portray two brothers who carry the identical equipment.  The first images shows a shorter rebel carrying his musket, a large side knife, and his canteen.  The second image shows the younger brother with the same equipment.  Both images are the thicker type tintype called a melainotype.  The images have dust and the 2nd picture is a little darker than the other.  This pair of images surfaced out of  Greenville, South Carolina last summer.  They have never been in a collection before....Price for the pair - 5000.00
Here is a nice sixth plate tintype in a half case showing a young Union infantryman.  The image is not as green as it shows in the scan.  Nice representative image of the young soldiers who fought during the Civil War...Price: sold
Here is a large quarter plate tintype in a nice repaired full case.  The image show a horn player decked out in his winter greatcoat.  He also has a letter tucked inside his coat.  Nice view of the horn and a large tintype...Price SOLD
Here is a special sixth plate tintype in a full union case.  This image is a 99 out of 100.  It is in perfect condition and has exceptional clarity, contrast, and focus.  The cavalryman holds what looks like a more deluxe version of a bugle.  The bugle has seen better days as it has dents all over it.  The image is absolutely flawless in all regards!!! ...Price SOLD
Here is a nice sixth plate tintype in excellent condition and contained in a half case.  This is the typical representation of a young soldier on enlistment day.  He probably never knew the sites he would see in the days to come.  Price sold
Here is another nice sixth plate tintype of a young soldier ready for war.  This image is flawless and comes in a full repaired case.  Nice image and not as green as the scan.  I couldn't get the lighting just right.  Price sold
This is a cool sixth plate tintype in a half case.  The soldier has awesome hair and he is sitting with his spouse.  There is a strange discoloration to the area around the lady's head but the image is still nice.  Great image minus the coloration. 
Price 295.00 SOLD
This is a cool sixth plate tintype in a decent "Monitor" union case.  The case has some chips and a crack that is about an inch in length.  The photograph shows a young soldier standing at attention with a patriotic flag next to him.  The tintype has a few minor bends/crinkles.  Nice image!!....Price 650.00 sold
This is a nice sixth plate tintype in perfect condition of a couple of buddies sitting for their picture.  The soldier looks to shy away from his friend as he smokes a big stogie.  Image comes in a full case.  Nice quality!!....Price sold
This is a really cool 1/4th plate tintype in perfect condition.  The image has been in the frame since it was made.  The image shows a young soldier probably on the day of his enlistment.  The thermoplastic frame is in really nice condition with just some hairlines here and there.  Great image that has been together since day one and not put together.  Price SOLD
This is a sixth plate tintype of an early war Union Cavalry soldier.  He has some crazy hair going on and is armed to the teeth.  He has his sword and a rare savage revolver in his belt.  The image is not as green as it appears.  There is also a lot of dust on the image that could use some pressurized air.  Nice image with rare subject matter...Price SOLD
Here is a sixth plate tintype in a full case.  The image shows a very tall private armed with musket and Colt revolver.  The "US" buckle is clearly seen too.  The black area above the soldier's head is part of the photograph's processing.  It isn't a chunk or other abnormality in the picture.  This soldier has to be about 6' 6" if you compare the size of the musket to him.  Nice clear image!  Price SOLD
Here is a nice quarter plate tintype of an armed soldier with nice backdrop.  The image also comes in a nice mother of pearl push-button case that has had the spine repaired.  The tintype has some minor bends and some rubbing near his face.  Overall a nice image that is cheap for a quarter plate....Price SOLD
Here is a pair of sixth plate tintypes showing what looks like the exact same guy in both pictures.  The only difference is that he added the rain-covered kepi in the other shot.  The photographs are contained in a double case which needs repaired at the hinge.  The contrast on the face of the picture on the right is a little dark.  Still hard to find double tintype of the same guy.  Price consigned
This is a super clear sixth plate tintype in a full case with period repair of the binding.  This image came to me with opaque glass so I cleaned it and the image pops now.  This grizzly cavalry soldier has a great shot of a Colt Navy revolver.  His "US" buckle is clear as a bell too.  Top notch cavalry soldier with the pose everybody likes!!
Price SOLD
Here is a nice eight plate tintype in a half case showing an infantryman with a nice backdrop.  The image has a contemporary ID behind the case stating that this was Andrew Ballman of the 6th New Hampshire.  He was wounded at Spotsylvania Court House in 1864, and deserted in 1865.  Nice image not as green as my poor photo shows. Some bends in the image seen when held at an angle. Price SOLD
Here is a fantastic sixth plate tintype of the famous Benton Barracks Backdrop.  This soldier has it all including the insignia on his hat.  He was in Co. I of the 33rd Missouri Infantry.  You can see all this info on his hat including the badge at the bottom that says "MO"...Great image of a really short infantry soldier...Image comes in a full patriotic case with older repair of the binding.  Price SOLD
Here is a great Id'd sixth plate tintype in a half case.  The image shows a young country-bumpkin soldier with a great hat.  The image came with an envelope addressed to this man after the war I believe.  The envelope states that this is Wilbur Searles of the 24th New York Infantry.  He was wounded in action at Antietam!!!!.  Image isn't the clearest or best condition photo you can find, but having a WIA soldier from Antietam is priceless.  Cool!!!
Price 450.00 (sold)
Here is a cool sixth plate tintype in a nice thermoplastic case.  The image shows a double armed soldier with a great hat.  The hat makes the image in my opinion.  Just a classic pose of a classic soldier.  Super image.  Price SOLD
Here is a nice ninth plate tintype in a full case.  The image shows a very young soldier with a side knife across his chest.  Image has solarization, but the photograph is clear.  Cool image you don't see often.  Price 325.00 - now sold
Here is a cool ninth plate tintype in a full split case.  He looks like a typical New York Infantry soldier with the shoulder tabs you see on their uniforms.  This image has one small crease right in the middle of the image, but the photograph is crystal clear.  My reflection of the camera lens is showing again too.  Great image of a guy that looks like an immigrant soldier from Hungary or some other country.  Colt pocket pistol and US buckle obvious as day.  Cool image!!!....Price 350.00 SOLD
This is a cool sixth plate tintype with an unusual backdrop.  The soldier also wears an interesting uniform.  His face looks like he was 3 sheets to the wind when the photograph was taken.  Cool image Price SOLD
Here is a sixth plate tintype in a ratty case.  The image has a red and blue tinted flag in the backdrop.  The one soldier is armed and his buddy has what looks like the numeral "121" on his hat.  At first I thought it might be an Engineer's castle, but it is definitely 121.  The image is somewhat darker, but it still is a nice armed image with a great backdrop.  Priced to sell SOLD
Here is your typical civil war armed soldier image.  It comes in a half case and just shows what a proud soldier of that era looked like.  Price sold
Here is another typical soldier of the Civil War.  This soldier wears a Western Theater hat and wears a sheathed bayonet at his side.  The backdrop is like no other I have seen.  Image is somewhat darker and has bends through the image.  Still a nice quarter plate in a half case.  Price 115.00 SOLD
This is a great sixth plate tintype in an excellent fullc case.  This image speaks for itself with his great plume, wonderful stance, and accoutrements/weapon.  He is a very young guy too.  The image looks early war since he has the shoulder scales.  Image had emulsion swirls in the image and can be seen when tintype is held at an angle.  Still super clear!  Price sold
Here is a really cool sixth plate tintype in a full union case.  The soldier is also Id'd as George Snow, Co. G., 5th New York Cavalry.  He also served in the 67th Pennsylvania Infantry later in the war.  First thing about the image, and then all the history.  The image is crystal clear, but has some strange things going on with the emulsion on the right side.  It is extremely stable and really isn't a problem.  It is just there and I have to mention it.  Now for the history.  The image comes with about 30 pages from the National Archives.  George was with the Army of the Potomac until mid March 1863.  He was hospitalized at Winchester in 1862, but was considered to be a deserter (which was removed from his official records years later).  He was taken prisoner near Front Royal, Virginia is September of 1862.  He was officially discharged in mid 1863 due to chronic rheumatism.  He applied for a pension, etc. due to that condition.  There are medical reports included that talk about his condition.  He was then drafted into the 67th PA Infantry in 1864 and served for about 8 months.  Amazing that he was drafted considering his medical condition.  Amazing history and lots of records to read through.  Price traded
Here is a really nice quarter plate tintype in a full split case.  The image is flawless with no bends, no scratches, and good focus.  He is also wearing gloves.  This is an early war photograph due to him wearing shoulder scales.  Usually the Cavalry wore them early on.  Rifle has large saber bayonet attached.  Very nice image of a young corporal.  Super photo ...Price 575.00 (SOLD)
Here is just a good representative image of the typical young man going off to war.  The sixth plate tintype has issues as you can see, but the soldier has all the attributes of a confident young man ready to face the horrific realities of the future.  The tintype comes in a tattered half case and is somewhat darker.  He wears guantlets and his kepi is cocked to the side.  I love the confidence in the young man's face!!!.  Price 295.00
Here is a great sixth plate tintype in a full ratty union case w/ nice blue velvet pad.  The image shows a young soldier armed with a cavalry sword and wearing guantlets.  The backdrop is nice too.  Clear image with no major problems.  Price sold
Here is a special photograph I bought about 5 years ago.  The image is a quarter plate tintype in a half case.  I bought the image and popped it out of the case.  Scratched into the back of the tintype is "James Wirts 18th Indiana Infantry Civil War".  Also behind the image was this cdv tintype of his wife.  The cdv photo has "Mrs James Wirt" written on it in old pencil.  James was indeed part of the 18th Indiana.  He is double armed with a rifle and revolver.  Tintype has the usual wear, but what a great time capsule.  Good Stuff!!!!   Price sold
Here is a nice sixth plate tintype in a half union case with a loop on top for hanging.  The image shows an out of shape Union infantry soldier with the insignia very clear on his Hardee hat.  The image is nice with some waviness to the image.  Still very clear with good contrast.  Price SOLD
Here is a nice sixth plate tintype in it's original union case that is in decent condition.  The bearded cavalry soldier is very clear and distinct.  Very clear image and the scan shows it all.  Nice...Price 425.00 sold
Here is an interesting ninth plate tintype of a soldier holding something.  The soldier looks to be wearing one of the uniforms of the 11th Indiana Infantry (Wallace Zouaves).  The photo does not have a case and the focus is a little soft.  Interesting images...Price SOLD
Here is a nice ninth plate tintype in a beautiful green-velvet union case.  The case is in excellent condition.  The soldier looks like the typical rough guy off the street.  He has a great look with the greatcoat.  Image is a touch on the darker side so priced accordingly.  Price SOLD
Here is a ninth plate tintype in a decent union case with nice purple velvet.  The image shows a young cavalry soldier with his sword.  The image isn't as grainy-looking as my jpeg.  The sun hit it just right as to pronounce the gloss.  Image is nice.  Price 335.00 SOLD
Here is a great quarter plate tintype in a half case showing three young Union soldiers posed horizontally.  The soldier in the middle has a revolver tucked in his belt.  No problems with the image at all.  The black mark on the right margin is just where the drape behind the soldiers ended.  Cool image!!!...Price 625.00 (sold)
This is a nice sixth plate tintype in a half case.  The image shows a young infantryman going off to war.  He looks very hesitant to say the least.  The photographer didn't crop out the back drap very well so you can see it on both sides.  Nice image in pretty good shape.  Price SOLD
Here is a nice sixth plate tintype in a full case with repaired spine.  The image is crystal clear of a cavalryman with his sword and scabbard.  He also shows his nice boots.  There isn't anything physically wrong with the photograph, but when you hold it at an angle, it has a gloss to it.  It is the original emulsion that is very bright.  It is still a great cavalry soldier image.  I only mention the glossiness so it isn't unexpected.  Price SOLD
Here is a fantastic sixth plate tintype in a Near Mint "Union and Constitution" patriotic case.  The case is a 250 dollar piece by itself.  The tintype shows a very young cavalry soldier with his sword and a sheffield-type bowie knife in his belt.  The image has some extremely minor imperfections like the rub to the left of the soldier.  Overall a great image and also has the backdrop that I believe was one of the Benton Barracks if I am not mistaken.  Cool image!!!....Price 795.00 (Sold..thanks John)
All I can say is "Holy Sh*t"...Probably the best ninth plate ruby ambrotype I have ever owned or maybe ever seen.  This beauty comes in a half case which is meaningless.  The image shows a very determined and stout Confederate soldier with his Colt Navy revolver, tin drum canteen, and most likely, his bible.  He also has the sign of signs.  Just an awesome photograph in every respect. Sorry, I put this in the tintypes, but it is an ambrotype.   Price (sold). 
Quarter plate tintype in a beautiful full case.  The image is pristine and shows a few guys posed in front of their camp tent.  This looks like a deep South image to me as the officer is wearing a straw hat (or whatever they call it)...I have seen another quarter plate of the exact same people in a different pose.  They must have been taken minutes apart.  This image is crystal clear for an outdoor picture!!!...Price SOLD

Here is a decent sixth plate tintype in a full case.  The tintype is exceptionally clear but has some very minor bends and a few faint fingerprints on the edge against the brass mat.  A very clear image that would be perfect if not for the bending and prints.  Clarity is outstanding.  Price SOLD
Here is a cool quarter plate tintype in a nice case with split spine.  The image is a very young zouave with all the great characteristics of their unique uniforms. This tintype doesn't have any bends, etc, but it does have the mat rubs.  The image is softer than I would like, but it is a rare image.  There is a very nice backdrop I have never seen either.  Cool image for a bargain zouave price.  Price SOLD
Here is one of the nicest sixth plate tintypes I have found in a long time.  It is a great double armed soldier with sword and revolver.  The image also comes in a thermoplastic wall frame that is in near mint condition.  The image shows the famous Benton Barracks Backdrop used by Enoch Long of St. Louis, Missouri.  This image looks exactly like my scan.  There isn't any bends, etc.  The focus is stronger on his face and boots instead of midsection.  Interesting how there are logs on the dirt behind him.  For accuracy's sake, there are mat rubs on the tintype under the top of the mat.  They are not visible with this mat which is original to the image.  Basically top of the line image and great content!!!!....Price 1500.00 SOLD
Here is a great quarter plate tintype in a decent "Roger de Coverly" union case.  The image is id'd as Lyman Olney of the 50th NY Engineers.  There is a period piece of paper behind the image with lots of info, and a nicely woven hair momento.  The tintype is in great condition with no bends, etc.  It is just a tad dark right at the upper mat border.  The soldier almost has an Asian look to him.  Anyway, this image has a solid ID and you can clearly see the Engineer's castle insignia on his cap.  Great and rare image of an Engineer.  Price 750.00 SOLD
Here is a great quarter plate tintype of a cavalry soldier standing with his attentive horse.  The soldier is armed and stands proudly.  There is a lot going on in the background too.  The image has strong content, but the condition holds it back a little.  There are creases and the image is on the darker side.  The subject is still very strong though.  The tintype is stable, just poorly cared for.  It also comes in a ratty half case.  I would be charging twice this price if it were brighter and not bent in areas.  Price 900.00  SOLD
Sixth plate tintype in a full split case of a young soldier wearing they type of jackets you see on Indiana soldiers.  They had a zouave-look to them.  Nice image with no problems.
Price hold
Nice and solid quarter plate tintype in a half case showing an early war bearded soldier.  Nice representative image from the early days of the war.  Price sold
Here is an exceptional ninth plate tintype in a full split case.  The tintype is in superb condition and shows a soldier who has somewhat of an oriental look to him.  He is quadruple armed with a pepperbox pistol and a smith and wesson.  He also has a large knife and another butt of a pistol on his side.  Photographer props galore, but rare weapons and lots of them.  The dark spot right above his head is shadow only.  It was a reflection of my hand when I took the digital pic.  Price 350.00 SOLD
Here is a great identified Union officer in a full case with repaired spine.  When I bought this quarter plate tintype, there was a modern id found underneath the velvet pad.  The little piece of paper is written in pen, but was probably done 30 or 40 years ago. The paper says "John Pinney - Civil War - Missouri Lt. - Indiana Captain - picture taken between 1860 and 1865"  Then on the back of the paper it says "Warren Pinney has the saber - Harold great grandfather".  This was John Pinney who was a Lt. with the 6th MO Infantry and Adjutant in the 12th Indiana Cavalry.  The photograph is in sparkling condition except for one minor (I mean minor) crease to the right of his head.  The image was also a tad smaller than the usual 1/4th plate, so it rocked back and forth and caused some mat abrasions that are so light they didn't dig into the photograph.  The image is pretty much minty unless you look at these things with a microscope.  Superb image with a very solid ID.  Price SOLD
Here is a nice sixth plate tintype in a full case of a double armed soldier.  He also has a "14" inside the infantry horn on his hat and a Company letter "D" above that.  Based on his uniform I would say he was in the 14th New York Infantry.  The 14th was part of the Army of the Potomac, which is always good.  Image is nice and clear and once I figure out how to tweak my new scaner, I will have some great scans on here.  This one looks pretty nice!.  Price 400.00 sold
Here is a nice sharp sixth plate tintype in an almost perfect union case with a great purple velvet pad.  The soldier is sitting contently with his sword, revolver, and his officer's belt plate all lying on the table next to him.  Image is sharp and the items on the table are much clearer than my scan.  Image is one shade darker than bright.  The scan is pretty representative. Nice image and even nicer case.  Price 385.00 sold
Here is a very interesting quarter plate tintype in a nice full case.  The image is a tintype of officers standing around the deck of a makeshift hospital or living quarters.  The three men standing are all officers.  The guy on the far right is wearing slippers, and another guy is barefoot.  The image probably shows officers quarters somewhere along the coast in an occupied town.  My guess would be South Carolina, but who knows.  Image is pretty sharp and has nice contrast for an outdoor image.  The tintype shifted at one time and caused a mat line on the left side.  I forgot to mention the one guy standing is holding something, but it doesn't look to be a knife..more like a candlestick.  I forgot to mention the spot right between the one guys eyes is just part of the coverglass. Cool image!
Price sold
Here is a nice patriotic sixth plate tintype are a young armed Union soldier.  The image is very clear and he has a patriotic mat and case.  The case is decent, but not minty by any means.  There are cracks here and there in the case.  Nice image with good clarity and the added bonuses.  Price 400.00 sold
Here is a sixth plate tintype in a nice full union case.  The image is a Benton Barracks image taken in St. Louis.  The young soldier is holding what looks like a Whitney revolver which is quite rare.  The image is pretty even in terms of lightness/darkness.  It isn't shockingly bright, but I have noticed a lot of the Benton images are just one shade dark.  This image also has a scrape down the center above his head.  It isn't a scratch, but more of a spot that rubbed.  To be honest it doesn't bother me.  Sweet photograph.  Price 350.00 SOLD
Here is a great ninth plate tintype in a full split case.  The image shows an older cavalryman with crazy hair and cat-like eyes.  Image is pristine and also has a pencil ID in the back of the case.  It says either Harker or Harken and then Poul***....It should be pretty easy to track him down.  Super nice image! -Price SOLD
Here is a decent sixth plate tintype in a nice full case.  Image shows a young band member with his huge horn and sword.  Image is darker with solarization, but cheap for a nice loaded image.  Mint this thing would be an 800 dollar photo.  Price 385.00 SOLD
Nice sixth plate tintype in a half case showing a young Union soldier in a sack coat holding his musket.  You can see the US on his belt plate too.  Pretty sharp image with a couple hairline scratches barely noticeable.  Nice image - layaway SOLD
Nice quarter plate tintype in a half case showing a bespectacled Union captain with a great Western Theater look.  Image is free of bends, crinkles, etc.  Other than some haziness around the perimeter, it is a solid image.  I don't think CW images have to be armed to be interesting.  This is a nice image and you never see a soldier wearing glasses.  Price SOLD
Here is a nice colored quarter plate tintype of a Union artillery soldier.  He is armed and has crossed cannons on his hat.  He also has great red tinting throughout.  Image comes in a decent "Lady and the Falcon" union case.  Nice image with some markings, etc.  Still a nice image of an artillery soldier. Price SOLD
Here is a decent sixth plate tintype in a half ratty case.  The image is cool in that he is a very young man with no idea what the future holds.  The mat is original to this image.  Decent soldier photograph.  Price 195.00 SOLD
Here is a just a cool ninth plate tintype in a half case showing an older bearded Union soldier with a great shot of his Smith & Wesson revolver.  Not much else to say about this one.  Great image.. Price 375.00 sold
Here is a nice oval ninth plate tintype of a bearded soldier in a full union case.  The image may have been a regularly cased ninth plate sometime in the past, but was cutdown a long time ago to go into an oval case.  The image is sharp and much brighter than my bad scan.  Nice image with a colt pocket pistol.  Cool 375.00 SOLD
Here is a nice sixth plate melainotype in a full split case showing a young smiling Confederate soldier holding his bowie knife.  The image has condition issues from poor storage and leeching glass.  Overall a nice image and  a very desirable bowie knife photograph.  SOLD
Exceptional sixth plate melainotype tintype of a Confederate Lt. Colonel.  Image is fresh out of Alabama although I think the guy is a Louisiana officer.  Image comes in a nice union case too.  This is the highest ranking Rebel officer hard image I have ever owned.  Super condition too.  Sorry about the watermark on the image, but I am tired of whoever keeps copying my images and posting them on pinterest without my permission.  Price SOLD
Here is one of those images you shake your head at.  This quarter plate tintype had everything going for it.  Triple armed with a great pose, but someone at sometime in the past painted the left side of the image with gray paint.  I don't know if they were trying to fix some other anomaly or what.  It really doesn't detract from the soldier but it obviously not a part of the original tintype.  Would be a 850 dollar image if it were better.  Price sold
Sixth plate tintype in a full case.  Image shows a Union soldier with a great hardee hat with clear insignia.  Image has no real problems.  It has the slightest bend that I only mention for complete accuracy....I shouldn't even mention it.  Price SOLD
Here is a great sixth plate tintype in a full case.  The image show a wonderful rain-covered kepi and greatcoat.  The headgear is the best part with this photograph.  His hat also has the apron which covers the ears.  Condition is as seen with some light scratches on his coat.  A cool image...Price SOLD
Here is a wonderful sixth plate tintype of a Benton Barracks image.  These backdrops were famously done by Enoch Long in St. Louis.  This image is 1000 times better than my scan.  It isn't dark and is a minty image.  It also comes in a full union case.  Pristine image.  Price traded
Here is a beautiful silhouette sixth plate tintype of a Union officer.  The image is crystal clear but has the one rub line to the side of his head.  There is some very faint cracking in the emulsion which is totally stable.  The case with green velvet pad is amazing and I should have kept it for a better image but this is the original case for this tintype.  Price 265.00 SOLD
Sixth plate tintype in a half case.  It's a no frills image but a nice full standing pose of a corporal.  There is some minor bending here and there.  He does has some interesting shoulder boards.  Clear image. Price 125.00 SOLD
Sixth plate tintype in a full velvet covered octagonal case of a Union engineer as seen with his insignia on the cap.  I have had this image for probably 20 years as it was one of the few engineers I have ever owned.  This one has a pretty heavy crease through his hat as you can see.  It is a really cool image having the original case etc.  Price 325.00 SOLD
Here is an interesting pair of sixth plate tintypes in a nice union case.  I bought the image on the left about 5 years ago and then accidentally ran into the image on the right about 2 years later.  I want them to stay together since they were obviously done at the same sitting.  Images have various problems, but the emulsion is stable, etc.  Nice images 500.00
Here is a decent sixth plate tintype in a half case.  There is some slight bends to the image but it is pretty clear.  The guy on the left displays what looks like a Smith & Wesson revolver.  Nice image and not going to break the bank on this one.  Price 185.00 SOLD
Here is a really cool ninth plate tintype in a half case with patriotic mat.  The image shows a Union soldier holding his Remington revolver across his chest.  He also has a US buckle.  My favorite part of this image is his goofy hair...a 19th century mullet.  Cool image to say the least.  Price SOLD
Sixth plate melainotype of early Georgia Confederate soldier.  He is triple armed and wears a corsican style cover on his hat that is tinted.  Really cool image with headgear you never see.  Price SOLD
A sixth plate tintype that was cut down just a tad and coated years back.  The image is not sealed with archival tape to prevent slipping and causing mat rubs.  This image came out of a local estate auction in my town!!!!....of all places to find Civil War stuff.  Anyway, I don't know if I have seen an image with such a great shot of this militia belt plate.  It is clear as day and a cool image being double armed.  Cool photo in a half case. Price 575.00     SOLD                        
Superb 8th plate tintype in a half case.  The image is pretty much mint with no bends, creases, scrapes, etc.  It is flat as a pancake.  Very nice image in an odd size.  Nice!!!!   375.00
Nice sixth plate tintype in a full split patriotic leather case with flag on the cover.  This image shows a soldier from the 32nd Infantry.  He has a 32 on his hat along with something that almost looks like an acorn insignia.  I don't think it is a corps badge.  Anyway, he is also armed with a large revolver in his belt and US plate.  Nice image  485.00 sold
Here is a fresh sixth plate melainotype image in a half case.  This just came out of Mississippi a few weeks ago.  The image shows a Confederate soldier with a very strange sack coat and huge bowie knife.  Image is one shade darker than the norm as most melainotypes are.  No bends, etc.  Price SOLD
Sixth plate tintype in a full case.  Image is pretty clear with no bends, etc.  I believe the soldier on the left is carrying a Prescott revolver, which was an unusual sidearm for a civil war soldier.  I think this is the .32 caliber although it is very small.  Guy with the guy also has cool camp shoes on. Cool image and very clear. Price 375.00
Here is a decent quarter plate tintype in a half case showing a fairly young Union corporal double armed and wearing gloves.  The image has the tiniest bit of a light crease on the left side.  The focus is kind of soft in the belt area.  It is still a nice bigger image of a double armed soldier.  Good deal.  325.00 SOLD
Super sixth plate tintype of a young soldier with his sword and great flag backdrop.  The image is crystal clear with a few bubbles right on the left side of the image about under the mat.  These are stable and aren't going to pop.  The image is killer to say the least. Price SOLD
Great ninth plate tintype in beautiful condition.  The image shows a double armed man who looks to be a miner.  He has a nice blue-tinted work shirt.  I love the amish hair.  Image comes out of the Dalles, Oregon.  Sold
Pretty special double armed Union soldier in a full case.  The image is a tintype of a heavily armed soldier.  There is one light crease from about the 9 o'clock position to the 12 o'clock position, but the image is really clear.  Nice view of both weapons too.  Price 685.00 Sold to Adam
Nice ninth plate tintype in a full case.  There is a modern ID in the case, but this image came with two other CDV images that confirmed the name of this soldier.  He was George Haas of the 2nd Michigan Cavalry.  Image is clear and in good condition with no bends, etc.  Some swirls in the emulsion but a nice solid image.  George was a corporal when he re-enlisted in 1864.  Nice image Price 350.00
Here is a sixth plate tintype in a full split case.  The image is dark unfortunately as the content is cool. He has a revolver in his belt.  There is a hole punched in the extreme upper corner of the image under the mat with a little period tag attached.  I have no idea what the meaning is, but it's interesting.  Price 250.00
Here is a nice and clear sixth plate tintype of what looks like a NY soldier.  It is a great pose and a nice shot of his US buckle.  This image was coated with clearcoat as it was flaking around the edges.  It is solid now and stable.  I remember when I got this image a decade ago for 550 bucks.  Price 375.00
Cool sixth plate tintype in a half case.  Image shows 5 Union soldiers casually posed in an interesting fashion.  Image has solarization around the edges, but tintype is in really good condition.
Price SOLD
Here is a nice sixth plate tintype of a young soldier with his massive Starr double auction revolver in his belt.  This gun looks huge in the image.  The image has it's condition issues with some flaking under the mat and numerous bending through the center of the image.  If this were a mint image I would want at least 1200 for it.  Deal of the day price 575.00