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Portrait of an unidentified young man, by R. Cornelius, Philadelphia. 1841. From: http://lcpdams.librarycompany.org:8881/R/C243NLD3QIFHBSHDYCHGEA8Q8EQKIDDQJK7THMEXQM751N7GEF-03573?func=results-jump-full_entry=000115_number=000432=GEN01

PRINT & FRAME ca. [daguerreotype portrait of a frowning gentleman], Robert Cornelius via the Library Company of Philadelphia Print Dept.

ca. 1855, [daguerreotype portrait of a folk artist with carved wooden chain] via the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Photography Collection

[daguerreotype portrait of a folk artist with carved wooden chain] via the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Photography Collection

VINTAGE BLOG: Vintage man 1860. wonder why he's holding pliers/wire cutter??

This image circa is one of the earliest photographs extent of a dentist. The head on confrontational pose is typical of early daguerre.

Dentist??

The Burns Archive: Dental Extraction, Ambrotype, This ambrotype is typical of extraction images of the time.

Lady in a bonnet and lace shawl   1/9 plate daguerreotype

Plate tinted daguerreotype of a Victorian beauty in her white lace shawl and great bonnet. I love bonnets!

ca. 1850’s, [daguerreotype portrait of an artist gentleman holding a paintbrush, wearing an apron with creative hand tinting] via the Daguerreian Society, Greg French Collection

[daguerreotype portrait of an artist gentleman holding a paintbrush, wearing an apron with creative hand tinting] via the Daguerreian Society, Greg French Collection The Artist, circa 1850

Dickensian Dandy : Photo

Dickensian Dandy : Photo

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