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Early 1840s Sixth Plate Daguerreotype Photograph Little Boy Holding Object | eBay

Early 1840s Sixth Plate Daguerreotype Photograph Little Boy Holding Object | eBay

Beautiful Victorian Adolescent

Beautiful Victorian Adolescent

Undated daguerrotype (sp?) of a young girl

Undated daguerrotype (sp?) of a young girl

Free African American Men In Pre-Civil War VirginiaHand-colored daguerreotype by photographer William A. Pratt in antebellum, or pre-Civil War, Virginia. The photograph shows two African-American men...

Free African American Men In Pre-Civil War VirginiaHand-colored daguerreotype by photographer William A. Pratt in antebellum, or pre-Civil War, Virginia. The photograph shows two African-American men...

Daguerreotypes! : Photo

Daguerreotypes! : Photo

Miss Hodges of Salem, c. 1850, daguerreotype; photographer: Josiah Johnson Hawes (1808-1891)

Miss Hodges of Salem, c. 1850, daguerreotype; photographer: Josiah Johnson Hawes (1808-1891)

Daguerreotype of Pauline David by Wilhelm Breuning (Steindamm 144, St. Georg), 1848

Daguerreotype of Pauline David by Wilhelm Breuning (Steindamm 144, St. Georg), 1848

::::::::: Antique Photograph :::::::::  Daguerreotype of stunning woman in an amazing dress. It's amazing how clear and bright this portrait is too.

::::::::: Antique Photograph ::::::::: Daguerreotype of stunning woman in an amazing dress. It's amazing how clear and bright this portrait is too.

Daguerreotype of artist William Mount looking very dapper c1855, and very #hipster by modern standards.

Daguerreotype of artist William Mount looking very dapper c1855, and very #hipster by modern standards.

Octagonal sixth plate daguerreotype of a beautiful woman, by C. H. Williamson, Brooklyn. Brass mat impressed "C.H. Williamson / Brooklyn NY." Housed in a half thermoplastic case and inscribed in case "July 8th 1860 / Lydia A. Benham [...followed by three other names all ending in "Phillips"] / This day our Lydia left Chicago on her way from New York to St. Joseph MO"

Octagonal sixth plate daguerreotype of a beautiful woman, by C. H. Williamson, Brooklyn. Brass mat impressed "C.H. Williamson / Brooklyn NY." Housed in a half thermoplastic case and inscribed in case "July 8th 1860 / Lydia A. Benham [...followed by three other names all ending in "Phillips"] / This day our Lydia left Chicago on her way from New York to St. Joseph MO"

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