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BID DATE:
10/13/2018 09:36 PM
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ANTIQUE DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTO IN CASE

Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. See below
Size. 2 high x 2 wide
Rating: 8
Comments. This is an antique glass Daguerreotype of a rather dapper gent in his Sunday best. It is behind a brass inner frame as well as border and mounted in a wood case that is leather covered. The case has raised designs of scrolls as well as urns and is in sturdy shape with wear, some finish wear and is missing a small piece on one of the front corners as seen in our photo. The dag is in good shape with a crisp image and has hand-painted blush on his cheeks. This one will make a nice addition to your antique phonograph collection.

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