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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

Painter Sophie Thomesen, 1873. Love her hair and dress ... such a pretty woman.

Painter Sophie Thomesen, 1873. Love her hair and dress ... such a pretty woman.

Sometimes, one's good humor cannot help but shine through... Dennis A. Waters Fine Daguerreotypes

Sometimes, one's good humor cannot help but shine through... Dennis A. Waters Fine Daguerreotypes

"Daguerreotype taken of myself in Freds'burg - Va - summer of 1852 - my first trip home - Walter Gould". Likely artist Walter Gould who would have been 23 at the time.

"Daguerreotype taken of myself in Freds'burg - Va - summer of 1852 - my first trip home - Walter Gould". Likely artist Walter Gould who would have been 23 at the time.

Sisters, more expressive than in many daguerrotypes. via Dennis A. Waters Fine Daguerreotypes

Sisters, more expressive than in many daguerrotypes. via Dennis A. Waters Fine Daguerreotypes

Undated daguerrotype (sp?) of a young girl

Undated daguerrotype (sp?) of a young girl

This gentleman looks like he has an intriguing sort of story to tell. c. 1850s.

This gentleman looks like he has an intriguing sort of story to tell. c. 1850s.

Agnes and Adrianna Pillsbury, 6th plate daguerreotype by John Q. Currier in Lawrence, MA, 1851-4

Agnes and Adrianna Pillsbury, 6th plate daguerreotype by John Q. Currier in Lawrence, MA, 1851-4

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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