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All sizes | Very sweet group of small girls with dolls. RPPC | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Very sweet group of small girls with dolls. Divided back but no studio imprint. Looks like they are wearing ballet shoes. Open large to see their wonderful facial expressions!

1915 Framed ca WW1 portrait of Bert, Arty & Gerold Hawker | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Bert Arty & Gerold Hawker - For full details of this image see the framed version linked below

Sidney Hawker - For full details of this image see the framed version linked below

1881, January 23rd___ by Bourne & Shepherd, India

1881, January 23rd___ by Bourne & Shepherd, India

All sizes | "The Chief Librarian at the Victoria & Albert Museum said it was a splendid specimen and well worth retaining" | Flickr - Photo…

"The Chief Librarian at the Victoria & Albert Museum said it was a splendid specimen and well worth retaining"

All sizes | Bearded trumpeter - ninth-plate ambrotype | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Ninth plate ambrotype in a half case. The plate is unbacked and it relies on a piece of black paper glued inside the case, but I can't help feel it would be a stronger image (deterioration aside) if it had the more common lacquered back.

This is another name to add to my research and growing list of Ealing photographers, as written up at www.whatsthatpicture.com/2012/01/early-ealing-studios-pho... (though in need of a big update as I've acquired so many more images since I wrote that!)  The Sandringham Studio features in a number of other images, certainly for E Hopgood, but I think others too.   Cabinet card, late 1890s? Plain reverse.

This is another name to add to my research and growing list of Ealing photographers, as written up at www.whatsthatpicture.com/2012/01/early-ealing-studios-pho... (though in need of a big update as I've acquired so many more images since I wrote that!) The Sandringham Studio features in a number of other images, certainly for E Hopgood, but I think others too. Cabinet card, late 1890s? Plain reverse.

'Crazy' 1/4 plate tintype (framed) - ca 1870s

'Crazy' plate tintype (framed) - ca

Cased image of an older gentleman my Lenthall, almost certainly a copy of a daguerreotype

Superbly detailed and high quality ambrotype of an unknown bearded man - Ninth-plate ambrotype of unknown provenance. It came in a nice full case and the two glass plates have been sealed with tape much like you find daguerreotypes but uncommon for an ambrotype. This could account for the fabulous condition. Subtly tinted cheeks.  Probably late 1850s.

Superbly detailed and high quality ambrotype of an unknown bearded man - Ninth-plate ambrotype of unknown provenance. It came in a nice full case and the two glass plates have been sealed with tape much like you find daguerreotypes but uncommon for an ambrotype. This could account for the fabulous condition. Subtly tinted cheeks. Probably late 1850s.

All sizes | Amdrotype of an older lady in a continental frame | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Amdrotype of an older lady in a continental frame - Likely a sixth-plate (the oval is max x Plane reverse.

Quarter plate hand coloured ambrotype of an older lady (uncased) - Full image out of case

Quarter plate hand coloured ambrotype of an older lady (uncased) - Full image out of case

Daguerreotype of a bespectacled young man reading - Sixth-plate probably mid 1850s. It came to me with another image by John Urie Glasgow and it is in an identical case so it is possibly connected. Sadly though no identification of sitter or photographer.

Daguerreotype of a bespectacled young man reading - Sixth-plate probably mid It came to me with another image by John Urie Glasgow and it is in an identical case so it is possibly connected. Sadly though no identification of sitter or photographer.

Картинки по запросу daguerreotype

Картинки по запросу daguerreotype

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