We are passing along his descriptions and history of the items. He was an expert, but details may be incorrect in some cases. We are not professional appraisers of condition, these are vintage and antique items, they may be dirty or show wear. Please check the pictures for condition, completeness, and what is included.
We did not perform any cleaning or restorations and left the item just as found. Very nice color and detail. Great for collectors or display. We want these items to go to people who will appreciate and care for the items. We would prefer to not deal with extra picky or difficult buyers for these items.Thank you for your interest. Soldiers Memorial- Addison Guards, Company I, 105. This was my first memorial. It was all I could afford. What makes this interesting is that pictures, cut from CDVs (Carte de Viste) have been glued in positions on the memorial.
These may be David Frank entered as Private, left as 1. Jenkins (entered as a Private left as a Corporal) William O. Locke (entered as a Lieutenant left as Captain) or Enos Jones (Captain), This unit participated in all of the major Western Theater battles. It measures 26.25" by 26.75".I bought it from Mike Eckard in 1994.