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05/17/2022 03:35 PM
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(8) ANTIQUE DAGUERREOTYPE PHOTOS


Rating: 8 7 6
Comments. The pieces in this lot vary in size and are all circa 1800s. It includes eight Daguerreotype photographs whose images are on glass that include men, ladies, a baby as well as children. All have fancy mats with five having thin brass edges with decorative designs and all have good images. Five of them are still in their original partial cases as seen in our photo. This lot is in good shape with normal use wear, has some soiling and some of the images have dark sections around their edges as seen in our photo. Some nice examples of early photography for your collection.


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