Eight Daguerreotypes of Painted Portraits
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Eight Daguerreotypes of Painted Portraits, a half-plate size portrait of a young woman identified on a note inscribed "Mrs. William Dwight of Brookline, Mass./Daughter of Judge White of Salem and Granddaughter of Dr. Wilder of South Lancaster..."; two quarter-plate size: a folk portrait of a woman wearing a sheer white bonnet and a portrait of a young woman; five sixth-plate size: a folk art portrait of a woman wearing spectacles and a sheer white bonnet, two of folk portraits of gentlemen, one of an elderly gentleman identified in inscriptions on the reverse "Dr. William Paine born 15 June 1750/Died 19 Ap 1839," and one of a folk painting of a lady wearing a bonnet with a striped sash; the first six portraits mounted in pressed-paper/leather cases, the seventh in a thermoplastic frame, the last portrait has no frame or case (clipped together), (imperfections).
Half-plateYoung woman- tarnish edges, much dust.
Quarter-plate of Woman wearing sheer bonnet- minor edge tarnish spots.
Quarter-plate of young woman-minor tarnish coupe corrosion spots lots of dust.
Woman wearing spectiales/sheer white bonnet- tarnish couple corrosion spots and spiders.
Gent facing rt.- minor tarnish, scattered spiders, several very light scratches, case split..
Gent. facing left-minor tarnish, couple moisture? spots, case split.
Dr. Paine- tarnish ring, specks of dust.,Genealogy info: b. June 5, 1750, Worcester, Massachusetts, d. Apr 19, 1833, Worcester, Massachusetts.
Parents: Father: Hon. Timothy Paine, Disc #107 Pin #810422, Mother: Sarah Chandler, Disc #107 Pin #810423, Marriage: Lois Orne, 23 Sep 1773 at Salem, Massachusetts. Disc #107 Pin #810419.
Folk pntg. of woman wearing bonnet withstriped sash- tarnish, light scratches, minor spiders, corrosion, and dust.
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