SIXTH PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF MOTHER & DAUGHTER

$85.00
Originally $95.00

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Item Code: 611-411

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Early image shows a waist up, seated view of a mother and daughter. Mother is wearing a dark colored silk dress, white scalloped collar with brooch and white cap. Well-dressed daughter is wearing a striped silk dress trimmed in silk fringe with large white eyelet collar and undersleeves.   She wears a brooch, bracelet and ear bobs. Long ribbon streamers hanging from her hair, possibly from a decorative hair net. Image is clear with good contrast. Light oxidation has occurred on plate.

Image comes housed in a full gutta percha case with decorative mat. Case is in excellent condition. [sl]

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