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19th c Victorian Photographers CDV Cabinet Card Database: American, UK

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19th c Victorian Photographers CDV Cabinet Card Database: American, UK

  CDV Photo of Photographer Charles L. Lochman (1818-1900) of Hamburg Pennsylvania, from the Library of Congress19th c. Photography: A Database of 19th c. Photographers @ Ancestorville. Listed by State with links to their work...CDV, Tintype, Ambrotypes, Daguerreotypes, Tintypes, Stereoview, RPPC, Cabinet Cards, Dry Mount Photos, Snapshots. Collecting Vintage Photos. (NOTE: ©2017 Ancestorville™ This page may be freely shared and linked to, but not duplicated in any way.)American, by State:CALIFORNIA PHOTOGRAPHERS:Godeus, John D.: John Godeus, photographer and owner of the People's Art Gallery, 34 Third Street, San Francisco, California. See his work here.Morse GD: G.D. Morse, 417 Montgomery St., San Francisco, California, San Mateo County....

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Vintage 19th c CDV Photos: Civil War Carte De Visite History Antiques

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Vintage 19th c CDV Photos: Civil War Carte De Visite History Antiques

  c. 1860-70's CDV Carte de Visite Photograph of Hattie Keith & Dora Keith, NJ Photographer: Levi Longcor, Washington, New Jersey. Counties: Bergen, Burlington, Mercer, Middlesex, Morris, Sussex, and Warren.  Photography: An Article about the History of Antique CDV Carte de Visite Photographs by Debra Clifford, Ancestorville At Ancestorville, we have over 1250 family identified vintage CDV Carte de Visite photographs to go up, all searchable by surname, county, photographer name and noted where they were found. They offer an invaluable look at early antique photography, family names, clothing, early textiles and fabric, hair styles, genealogy, regions, and also allow us...

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What we sell @ Ancestorville 1: Genealogy Antiques, Lost Family Photos

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What we sell @ Ancestorville 1: Genealogy Antiques, Lost Family Photos

  <<<< Click HERE to see Page 2 of ephemera for sale at Ancestorville>>>> Ann Ware Daguerreotype, GGGrandmother to Winifred on Baboo's (Jenkins) side. Daguerreotype Photographs c. 1839-1860's The first photographs, daguerreotypes caused a world sensation. "Dag" images were made on a highly polished plate, and are the only antique photographs to have a silver mirror finish. They require a case, and are most likely found housed in them. The dag to the right, has a gold brass matte and small sheet of protective glass over the image, as most do. They often are not identified, unless by paper slipped between the...

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What we sell @ Ancestorville 2: Lost Family Photos, Genealogy Antiques

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What we sell @ Ancestorville 2: Lost Family Photos, Genealogy Antiques

<<<< Click HERE to see Page 1 of ephemera for sale at Ancestorville>>>>   c. 1820-40's beautiful hand colored or hand tinted early American Reward of Merit Card to Marion E. Andrew, from Teacher, Kate L. Fuller. Found near Livingston, Ontario and Monroe Counties of NY.  Rewards of Merit 1700-1900's Reward of merits were given by teachers to students and are a wonderful look into the history of education. Most are family identified with a child and teacher name, but rarely as to location of school, area of the country, or age. Many beautiful early merits are hand colored and...

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