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scottiques

I think your NC guy is doing some preaching!

 

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40 minutes ago, ramram said:

Quarter plate of a drummer boy. 
 

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Incredible image Rob!!

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M24 Chaffee

Very enjoyable thread. So many great images!

 

Frank

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scottiques

Some really nice tinting to the drum!

 

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ramram

You can see the etching in his sword. 
 

Rob M

 

 

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Marktk36thIL
2 hours ago, gravecreek said:

Double-Armed Reb

 

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Any idea as to the ID. It appears he might be wearing a Federal "State Jacket," very popular early on in the War among soldiers from New York, Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, and Iowa.

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I was wondering the same thing. Those early upper midwest uniforms can make it tough in some cases. Great image anyway!

 

Rob M

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Salvage Sailor

Upper Midwest you say?

 

Company G, 12th Kentucky Infantry

3rd Gr. Grandfather, Sergeant James B. Rogers and his twin sons Pvt. George W. Rogers and Pvt. Francis M. Rogers shown below in 1862. They served together in Company G of the 12th Kentucky Infantry. Family stories handed down state that the twins were captured as were their Confederate Tennessee cousins, another set of family twins. All survived their captivity.  Service history posted here on USMF

 

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3 minutes ago, bosshark said:

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Really nice looking image. Good tinting!

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Big ole Savage revolver tucked in his belt…with a lanyard tied around his neck to it. 

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15 hours ago, ramram said:

Big ole Savage revolver tucked in his belt…with a lanyard tied around his neck to it. 

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Really like this 1/8th plate. What an iconic Union cavalryman!

Paul

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