Unless I’m mistaken, and my eyes rarely fail me, this man is wearing a tie pin of a man riding a horse waving his hat. The chain at his waist also has quite an impressive stone too – two quite expensive bits of bling. The man’s impressive pose really fills the sixth plate’s space. A window frame can be seen at the right and his other elbow is in darkness, thanks to tarnish there. I can see him striding around a western camp, giving commands. I can’t imaging he was unhappy with this tack-sharp, remarkable image. Casey resealed the dag and hand-cut a wide-opening mat. The original was double-eliptical, which caused the heavier scratches you see on the plate. There are also some light wipes on the surface, most noticeable at the upper left and under his hand a the lower right. There is a ping at the lower center. He comes in a worn, whole case.
A MINER TAKEN IN A WAGON.