Six Early Sixth-plate Photographic Portraits in Four Union Cases
Six Early Sixth-plate Photographic Portraits in Four Union Cases, four ambrotypes: one case with two portraits, a standing boy wearing a kepi hat and man wearing a work cap and striped overshirt holding a buggy whip, one case with two portraits of bearded men; two tintype portraits: a bearded man wearing a cap and striped trousers holding a square and compass tools, the other a man with a mustache, wearing a stovepipe hat and overcoat; mounted in "Scroll," "Geometric," "Scroll," and "Scroll/Geometric" (Krainik 466, 432, 508, 535) Union cases, (imperfections).
One case with portrait of a standing boy wearing a kepi hat-very good.
Portrait of a man wearing a work cap and striped overshirt w/buggy whip- very good.
One case with two bearded men- 1. w/goatee-emulsion irregularity mostly to background. 2. w/fringe beard-small scratch to emulsion on coat.
Two tintype portraits:
Bearded man holding wearing a cap, striped trousers, ahd holding a square and compass- image is dark but in good condition.
Man with a mustache and wearing a stovepipe hat and overcoat- emulsion with fine craquelure.
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