I don’t know for certain what occupation the gent participated in, but he sure looks like he was a sailor to me. A fine professionally cleaned and restored sixth plate that is placed in the bottom of a leather case. That billowing white shirt and oversized neckerchief certainly suggest a Jack tar, in the parlance of the Brits. But that snazzy checkered jacket? Well who can guess where that might have come from. The fellow’s dark weather-beaten face was framed by his mane that had recently been trimmed with a pair of sheep shears held by an unskilled pair of hands. If you desire a very powerful personage to add to your collection, this gent will certainly be a fine addition.