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Quarter-Plate Daguerreotype

Vintage Daguerreotype

1145143-1

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Quarter-Plate Daguerreotype (1840 - 1855), 19th century portrait, vintage gold frame, 3.25 x 4.25. The daguerreotype photograph, developed in 1839 by Louis Daguerre, was the very process that would make history as the first publicly announced and commercially recognized photographic process. This type of image can be identified by its mirror-like surface of metallic silver which, when tilted, may virtually disappear.

Featured here is a 19th century half-length portrait of an older couple, seated on a couch, clad in traditional period garb. Image is bordered by a vintage gold frame.

In very good condition, with spotting to the image and frame, and some darker discoloration bordering the image.

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