Mid-19th C American Antique CIVIL War Era Silhouette In Orig Hlf-rnd Gilt Frame
RARE MID-19TH CENTURY AME RI CAN CIVIL WAR ERA ANTIQUE CUT-OUT BLACK PAPER SILHOUETTE OF BEARDED FORMER ENLISTED SOLDIER, IN ORIGINAL, PERIOD, HALF-ROUND GOLD GILT FRAME, UNDER GLASS, W/ORIGINAL SHAVED. PINE WOOD BACKING BOARD, UNTOUCHED.
Mid-19th century Ame ri can antique Civil War era cut-out, black paper silhouettes of enlisted men. 4 ½" Width x 5 " Height. Very Good to Excellent overall antique condition.
The item "MID-19TH C AMERICAN ANTIQUE CIVIL WAR ERA SILHOUETTE IN ORIG HLF-RND GILT FRAME" is in sale since Saturday, March 7, 2020. This item is in the category "Antiques\Primitives".
The seller is "modsanctuary" and is located in Milford, New Hampshire. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Size: Small (up to 12in.)
- Hand-cut silhouette on black paper: Side profile portrait of soldier w/cap & beard
- Profile cut-out mounted on white paper: Civil War soldier in uniform posing
- Region of Origin: US
- Most likely Union soldier: Portrait of possibly a Union officer
- Mid-19th century frame presentation: Mid-19th c Civil War era period dress
- Size Type/Largest Dimension: Small (Up to 14in.)
- Style: Americana, Primitives
- Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
- Maker: Unknown
- Material: Paper & Papier Mache
- Original/Reproduction: Original
- Artist: Unknown
- Subject: Figurative cut-out silhouettes
- Date of Creation: 1800-1899
- Originality: Original
- Painting Surface: Paper
- Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
- Medium: Cut-out black paper on white paper
- Type: Cut-out, figurative silhouette
- American: Antique
- Year: 1860-1875
- Original half-round gold gilt wood frame: Under glass
- Color: Black & white
- 100% original antique condition: Untouched & undisturbed
- Dimensions:: 4 ½" Width x 5 " Height
- Unopened: Estate fresh.
Found in southern NH
- Signed: Unsigned
- Category: Antiques
- Mid-19th century: Circa 1860-1875
- Civil War era: Cut-out silhouette portrait of a Union soldier
- Found in Connecticut River Valley in NH: New England cultural artifact