• Dozens Of 19th Century CDVs, Tintypes Housed In Ornate Albums; Additional Tintypes, Possibly Of Policemen In Horse And Buggy

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    Two ornate CDV-tintype 19th century albums, ornate clasps, gold leaf edged pages with 63 CDVs and Tintypes of stylish gentlemen, women and children as well as families. One child’s CDV is identified and Fitch Salter, aged 3 years, April 26, 1879, which could indicate origination.  Photographer back stamps include Darrow and A.R. Stone of Baldwinsville, NY.

    Also included in this assemblage are three identical tintypes (somewhat darkened) with what appears to be policemen in horse and buggy and an oversized tintype of distinguished women.  A couple of miscellaneous photographs include a young man in what may be religious garb.

    Normal wear.

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