|Dag of a Young Girl Holding a Book|
Sixth plate image of a young child. She is holding a book in one hand. The image is contained in a sixth plate case under a smaller oval mat and is contained in a half leatherette case.
|Milk Processing Photograph|
Two milk workers working in a milk processing factory. Silver photograph, measuring 4-1/2 x 6-1/2 on a larger black mount.
|Bookkeeping Silver Photo|
Circa 1920 image of a group of bookkeepers in a small office. 5 x 7 on a slightly larger slightly stained dark gray mount.
|President and Mrs. James A. Garfield Cabinets|
A pair of cabinet cards of the former U.S. President and his wife. Identified mount recto. His cabinet card also includes mount recto the dates and location of his birth and death.
|Cross Eyed Girl Dag - Maker Marked|
Ninth plate cross-eyed dag housed in a complete case. With Tyler & Co. of Boston Daguerreotype logo affixed to back of image. The young child, who suffers from what is also known as strabismus, is identified in period hand on the inside of the back ...
Image of a man with his Civil War GAR badge on his cap.
|Freckled Pretty Girl Dag Daguerreotype|
Sixth plate daguerreotype in a full, complete leather case. She has great freckles and holds what is either a thermoplastic photograph case or a book of sorts. Excellent image in a great case.
|Original Seals Dag|
Sixth plate image of an older lady with an oval-opening mat. The seals are original, but appear to have been cut at one time for one reason or another, but are still intact. Housed in a full, albeit split, leather case.
|Child on a Rocking Horse|
Well composed sixth plate tintype of a young boy sitting atop a hobby horse. Sharp, clear image with great tonality housed in a pristine geometric sixth plate case, Berg 3-103.
|Fraternal Cabinet Card|
Fraternal Officer Cabinet Card. In full dress uniform holding his sword.
|Hunter and Dog Cabinet Card|
French cabinet card of a hunter with his trusty rifle (or shotgun) and his dog.
|Boxer Dick Gilbert Silver Photograph|
Unmounted silver photograph measuring 8 x 6 of Dick Gilbert, Champion Middlewight of the South. Identified in the negative. Also with a postcard photograph of Gilbert and another man, possibly a trainer, assisting with his boxing glove.
|Sixth Plate Tins - Husband and Wife|
Two images - one of a man and another of a woman holding a book. Great pair of uncased images that have been kept together as a wedding couple.
|Identified Civil War Soldier CDV|
Identified mount verso in period hand. W.O. Dexter, of Corning Steuben Co. NY. With revenue stamp mount verso.
|Newsboy of the Actress Corinne|
Image of the actress Corinne holding a mandolin by Newsboy of New York. Identified with photographer stamp mount recto. Some foxing. Numbered 53 mount recto and in the negative.
|Christmas Window Display|
8 x 10 silver photograph on linen of a Christmas window display featuring perfumes for a retail store.
|American Country Life - Summer's Evening|
Half plate thermoplastic case: Krainik 9 and Berg 1-11 (American Country Life 1 - Rare). This is a rare example of a sought after case. The case is brown with minor corner chips. It contains an ambrotype of a gentleman with unobtrusive foxing.
|Second Hand Furniture Store|
Cabinet card of a second-hand furniture store in New York city. The proprieter stands out front. Circa 1885.
|Sarony Cabinet Card of Theo|
Actress Theo cabinet card by New York photographer Sarony. Identified mount recto.
|Actress Marie Jansen by Falk|
Cabinet card of actress Marie Jansen in costume. With Falk's stamp and her name mount recto. Marie Jansen (1882-83), born in Boston, Massachusetts and died in Milford, Massachusetts. Marie Jansen, whose real name was Harriet Marie Johnson, made her ...
|Interior Silver Photographs|
Two photographs of walls with mammoth fireplaces, probably European mansions. Both have many works of art on the walls and one showcases a great chandelier. Each measures 11-1/4 x 14-3/4 on light brown trimmed and slightly chipped mounts. Circa 1890-...
|Butchers With Knives, Meat Cleaver|
CDV of two butchers. One holds a meat cleaver. The second butcher holds a knife and is sharpening it. The both stand in front of a small table, probably used to cut meat. Excellent occupatonal.
|Wedding - Bride & Groom Cabinet Cards|
Two clear, crisp and well-toned cabinet cards of couples on their wedding nights. Two grand images of matrimony with the ladies in bridal gowns and veils; the men in their finest. Circa 1885.
|Miss Barry Cabinet Card|
Mora of New York cabinet card of the actress Miss Helen Barry. Trimmed corners. Helen Barry (d.1904) was a British actress. She performed in 'Arkwright's Wife' at London's Adelphi Theatre in 1875. In 1880 Barry played Mrs. Arabella Buster in 'Forbidd...
|Shosone Dam and Road|
Two 5 x 7 silver photographs of the Shosone Dam and Road in Cody, Wyoming. Some wear at margins. Circa 1908. One of the image is identified in the negative.
|Farm Supply Store|
Silver photograph on a two-toned light mount of the storefront of a farm supply store. Measures 4-3/4 x 6-3/4 on a larger mount.
|French Tissue Stereoview|
Image of a large fountain at the top of stairs. Hand-tinted with some minor tears.
|Adele Purvis Onri Newsboy Cabinet|
Numbered "110" both in the negative and mount recto along with Newsboy stamp and identification. Great pose of this famous actress.
|Newsboy of the Actress Corinne|
Image of the actress Corinne holding a mandolin by Newsboy of New York. Identified with photographer stamp mount recto.
|On the Lake|
3-3/4 x 4-3/4 silver photograph of a small steamship and another in the background on a large lake. On a larver tan mount. Circa 1920.
|Man Above a Ravine|
Oversize cabinet card of a man sitting atop rocks above a ravine. 5 x 8 mount; possibly by Stoddard.
5-1/4 x 6-5/8 Baxter Print on a larger mat. George Baxter, 1806-67 was one of the greatest oil pring artists in the world.
|World War I Soldiers|
Two photographs. One a postcard and the second one slightly larger. They wear full mlitary uniforms in each photograph. Circa 1918.
|Wedding Couples Cabinet Cards|
Two cabinet cards of couples on their wedding nights. Two grand images of matrimony with the ladies in bridal gowns and veils; the men in their finest.
|CDV of a Dog|
German image of a dog. A hand is seen in the bottom right corner near his paw.
|General Eisenhower Silver Photographs|
Three identical silver photographs of General Dwight D. Eisenhower in full uniform. Each 6 x 4.
|Interior: Grady Truck Body Company|
8 x 10 silver photograph of the Grady Truck Body Products Company of Chicago. On linen with photographer's stamp mount verso.
|Row House Photograph|
Silver photograph of a row house with a mother and child on the doorstep. 4 x 5-1/2 on a larger tan mount.
|Pointer Trials Silver Photogaphs|
Two silver photographs housed in gray mats. They feature two shots from Pointer Trials in East Hampton, Long Island. Each hunting image measures approximately 3-1/2 x 4-1/2; circa 1902.
|Wedding Couples Cabinet Cards|
Two cabinet cards of couples on their wedding nights. Two grand images of matrimony with the ladies in bridal gowns and veils; the men in tuxedos.
Slightly light silver photograph on a cream mount of a logging camp. Loggers and staff stand in the now in front of a cabin. 6-5/8 x 4-5/8 on a larger mount.
Image of a Catholic priest in his cassocks. Circa 1880.
|Girl with a Doll|
CDV of a young child holding a large doll.
|Girl with Cabinet Card Album|
Cabinet card of a young child holding a cabinet card album. A page is open with one cabinet card inside the sleeve.
CDV of train conductor or motorman in England.
|Bed-Rock at Shosone Dam|
Two silver photographs. One titled in the negative "Bed-Rock at Shosone Dam". With photographer's logo in the negative also. Cody, Wyoming, Circa 1908. Each 5 x 7.
|Home Brewing Supply Shop Silver Photograph|
Excellent study of life during the era of abstinence! Many stores sold home brew supplies under various guises during prohibition. This is a great example of such. Street view looking into a Home Brew Supply Shop. Signage on side and printed in win...
|Children with Dolls, Toy Goat|
Two cabinet cards. One is of two young children - sisters. One holds a doll. The second younger girl sits on a chair with a toy goat on her lap. Second image is a larger cabinet card of a young girl with a big bow in her hair. She too holds a doll.
|World War I Red Cross Parade|
Silver photograph of a group of Red Cross workers, mostly woemn marching in a parade with a large float and military personnel in the background. Measures 8-1/2 x 6-1/2. Circa 1918.
|Woman Doing Chores - Young Maid Cabinet|
Cabinet card of a young lady holding a broom and bucket while pouring a cup of water. She is wearing a maid's uniform. Great women's occupational