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American School, 19th Century      Sixth-plate Vignetted Daguerreotype of a Woman

American School, 19th Century Sixth-plate Vignetted Daguerreotype of a Woman

This is this fantastic quarter plate, cased, tinted ambrotype. On the rear of the case is stamped ” H.C. BOOTH, ARTIST, HARROGATE.”

This is this fantastic quarter plate, cased, tinted ambrotype. On the rear of the case is stamped ” H.C. BOOTH, ARTIST, HARROGATE.”

Must be a curled and 'puffed' hairstyle! I've tried something that looks like this before and so maybe it is how they did it. ^.^

Must be a curled and 'puffed' hairstyle! I've tried something that looks like this before and so maybe it is how they did it. ^.^

Beautiful daguerreotype by the Williamson Brothers of Brooklyn (via Dennis A. Waters Fine Daguerreotypes)

Beautiful daguerreotype by the Williamson Brothers of Brooklyn (via Dennis A. Waters Fine Daguerreotypes)

Sixth Plate Daguerreotype of a Girl in mourning  holding a  Daguerreotype of her deceased Sibling.

Sixth Plate Daguerreotype of a Girl in mourning holding a Daguerreotype of her deceased Sibling.

bridesmaids take cool pictures like this and keep them as keepsakes

bridesmaids take cool pictures like this and keep them as keepsakes

Sixth plate daguerreotype by McClees, Philadelphia, close-up view of a young girl.

Sixth plate daguerreotype by McClees, Philadelphia, close-up view of a young girl.

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"

1/9 ambrotype.  It is said nearly 1/3 of tin types are post mortems.

1/9 ambrotype. It is said nearly 1/3 of tin types are post mortems.

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