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10/14/2018 07:48 AM
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(18) ANTIQUE GLASS NEGATIVE PHOTOS ( 6 ˝ X8 ˝ )LEOMINSTER

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Glass
Size. 6 ˝" x 8 ˝"
Rating: 8
Comments. This lot contains sixteen antique glass negatives that have ties to Leominster. They include pictures of family, their homes and relatives. There are photos of houses which includes the oldest house in Leominster, people in horse and wagons, the Jackson farm in Lancaster and three of the negatives are of a collage of old views of Leominster. There are three negatives related to the Sterling Comb Company that pertain to the ladies that work there as well as a photo of their parade float. One of the negatives is titled” Inside My Factory” another” Viscoloid Shop 2” and” Viscoloid Float”. All are in good shape with no apparent breaks having normal use wear and have some soiling. They are all identified on their original sleeves which have wear, small tears and soiling/stains. The negatives are sharp with good details and by someone who knew the way around the camera. Age and conditions vary so please preview or contact us for more info. A nice lot of antique negatives which have good exposure as well as nice subject matter that give us a glimpse of life in Leominster in days gone by.

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