Scott Hi Mark, Glad to add to your piece. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of an affectionate scene of father and son. Case is in very good condition with sharp corner, few tiny nicks. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of an old woman who appears to be holding a daguerreotype case in her hands. Berg 1-99, Mother Embracing Child 2.
And And if you have any questions don't hesitate to mail me via the order form. Full-figure poses such as this are uncommon. That's an indication that they're early daguerreotypes, probably dating from the 1840s to the mid-1850s. Resealed, housed in a full, split leather case. Sixth-plate daguerreotype post mortem housed in a thermoplastic case Berg 3-124, Geometric. One was a life-long avid photgrapher, and the other was an early employee of Kodak, starting there in 1901.
There is one small brown spot in the background. Visit the inventory page for photographica and toaster related collectibles. I bought the above image as I was preparing this page. Image has an old reseal and is housed in a full leather case. His use of this tool instilled an interest in its potential for photographic use. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of a young family.
This image is not original to its case. Half-plate daguerreotype of a middle-aged couple. See this image from the There is one woman and 17 men pictured. You'll notice that all of the cases so far, and the ones that follow, have simple, undecorated brass frames. Also, newer designs for the opening appeared. As you can see, the cases could also be a rich chocolaty brown. There is a scratch above the head of the girl on the left and a light wipe from that area.
Resealed, housed in a full leather case. Half-plate daguerreotype of young, bearded gentleman. Few minor small spots of tarnish, couple of tiny mold spiders. She holds a ball in her hands. Image has old reseal and is housed in a full leather case, weak at the spine.
We were told that it was likely New England by the seller. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of two men, well-dressed, neat hats, one with his arm around the other. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of an affectionate pose of mother and child. Original pink paper seals, housed in a full leather case. The Sandweiss discovery is fascinating.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of formally-dressed gentleman with strong foreign look. A brass hook and eye clasp closed the case firmly. Old reseal, full leather case. Image has some stain at top right as shown. The case is in excellent condition with sharp corners. Welcome to a series of pages featuring a collection of antique photography that I've assembled over several decades. Price: Sold Hands folded A 6th plate English daguerreotype of a young pretty woman with folded hands.
We gave him instructions and within an hour got an excited call. After exposure to light, the image was developed by mercury vapors and then fixed with a salt solution. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a seated child holding a daguerreotype case which looks like a half-plate case. Given the frame with photographs hanging outside, it is reasonable to assume that there is a studio within. They are housed in full, split leather cases with loose and separated slats which are present. It has the look and feel of a fine jewelry box. Sixth-plate tinted daguerreotype of a mother with her son who is standing on a chair at her side.
Gutta percha cases were popular right before the Civil War, so they started appearing with patriotic themes. The fragile nature of the image, a thin film of mercury highlights on a polished silver surface, requires protection in a miniature case or a frame and the reflective surface makes the act of viewing interactive and intimate. Original seals, housed in half-leather case. Oval pendant with tinted daguerreotype of a lady. The one thing missing is a new case. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a painting of a woman.