WESTERN NEW YORK CDV ALBUM WITH IMAGES

$150.00

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Item Code: 429-39

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CDV album has brown leather cover with embossed design on the front and back. Leather is in good condition, with some wear all over, but especially on the spine and corners. There are very small tears in the leather at the both the top and bottom of the spine. All pages are present and intact. The edges of the pages are gold gilt which has retained its brightness. The album closes with a decorative gold colored metal clasp which is still firmly attached.

Album contains 28 images. There are a variety of men, women and children of all ages. Many of the pages have names written on the borders. Men are in civilian attire. There are individuals as well as one couple posing together. This contains four small cards, and a memorial card from 1886. Also present are some pressed flowers.

CDV backmarks include Rochester, NY, Little Falls, NY, and Picton, C.W. (in Ontario, Canada). Family names written on images and album pages include Haight, Stanton, Heath and Palen.

Album measures approx. 6” x 5” x 2”.

This is a great album for a collector of civilian images.

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