SIXTH PLATE DAGUERREOTYPE OF MAN, MARKED ENNIS GALLERY, PHILADELPHIA

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This is a bust view of a man who is wearing a dark colored frock coat, vest and white shirt with cravat. Some light oxidation has occurred on edges of the image.

Image is clear and has good contrast.

Image comes housed in a full pressed paper case with colorful flowers embellishing the front. Case is in very good condition and is lined in red velvet, which has an embossed design. In the center, the photographer’s name is also embossed. It reads, “ENNIS GALLERY, 100 CHESTNUTS, PHILADELPHIA”. Case has some wear on edges. Decorative brass mat surrounds the image.  [sm]

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