Vintage Framed & Enlarged Reproduction Tintype Print U.S. General Custer


I am pleased to offer this Framed Print of the Famous U.S. General George Armstrong Custer! 

This photograph is a reproduction of a well known tintype photograph of Custer in the late 1800s. 

General Custer first got his name during the Civil War, being a successful Calvary Commander. 

However, he left his mark in history with his brutal defeat during the later Indian Wars at the the brutal Battle of Little Bighorn of 1876, commonly know as “Custer’s Last Stand”.

This photo comes in a large ornate recessed wood frame, which features an intricate raised floral and wine pattern along the trim. 

The photo itself is marked “B-2193”.  The back of the frame reads “Gen. George Armstrong Custer Union  U.S. Military Academy Class of 1861”

Frame measures approx. 12-1/8″ W x 14-1/2″ H x 1-7/8″ Deep  ; Photo measures 8″ W x 10″ H  



This Photo is in good condition, looking to have been frame kept. The frame is in good vintage condition, showing some moderate paint wear around the outer trim and some light scratching a nicks from display.


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