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06/04/2020 02:26 PM
(7) OLD TIN TYPE PHOTOS + (3) PHOTO POST CARDS
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Age. More than 100 years old
Composition. Metal, paper
Comments. This lot includes seven photographic images on metal that are known as tin types which have pairs of ladies as well as gentlemen and even a small single portrait of a lady taken by studio in Philadelphia. Also included are photographic postcards one of which is signed while another appears to be the image of an Afro-American lady. There is even a pair of Ramses cigarette cards with Alfred Abel on the front. Size, age, content as well as conditions vary so please preview or contact us for more info. An interesting glimpse of how photography has evolved over the years.
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