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Fine Daguerreotypes and Photography

Beautiful Victorian Adolescent

Beautiful Aunt Adeline as a young girl.

olosta:  Early Victorian daguerreotype portrait of a woman, ca 1850 She looks a bit like Princess Amidala...

I love this photograph, it's like a perfect victorian Wednesday Addams: Early Victorian daguerreotype portrait of a woman, ca 1850

Half Plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Bearded Young Man

The Antique Gallery of Lewisville also has similar tin type photographs and albums, old paper photos, and stereoscopes and viewers! * * Half Plate Daguerreotype Portrait of a Bearded Young Man

The Earliest Known Photos of People Smiling  Daguerreotype portrait of man smiling. Unknown, 1850’s. [#]

The Earliest Known Photos of People Smiling

[daguerreotype portrait of a manically smiling gentleman] via the Daguerreian Society, Julian Wolff Collection - very unusual in this era for a smiling photo

The Daguerreotype portrait of three girls, circa 1845.

Gustav Oehme, Three Young Girls, Daguerreotype, *Note: 2 with side parts could be boys*

ca. 1847, [daguerreotype portrait of Thomas Forsyth, mountain spy and guide], Thomas M. Easterly  (via the Missouri History Museum)

A strange, intense hairstyle to compliment a strange and intense face: Thomas Forsyth, described as a "mountain spy and guide." 1847 daguerrotype by Thomas M. Easterly, via the Missouri History Museum.

ca. 1841, [daguerreotype portrait of a frowning gentleman], Robert Cornelius.  Oh my.  Isn't he a bit broody!

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

Lady c. 1850's with a very unique hairstyle, poses for her portrait.

Smiling Victorian, c. 1850 *She has an expression of such intensity and it seems to me, suppressed excitement. Doesn't she look as if she's going to jump right out of that chair? Unusual for Victorian photographic portraits.

DAVID C. IRWIN. sixth plate daguerreotype circa 1846

DAVID C. sixth plate daguerreotype photograph portrait circa 1846 of a well-dressed young man(via Dennis A.

citeveron:  Deux jeunes filles les mains croisées

untitledarchive: (Two girls with crossed hands - via Random Pins)

Increase the erie feeling in your home for halloween by hanging some creepy vintage photos in distressed frames.

c1850 6th pl Daguerreotype, Young Lincoln look-a-like

an exceptional portrait (daguerreotype), 1850

ca. 1850, [daguerreotype portrait of a young, giggling girl]  via Christopher Wahren Fine Photographs

Admit it: you're smiling just looking at this sweetie bean, aren't you? [daguerreotype portrait of a young, giggling girl] via Christopher Wahren Fine Photographs

tuesday-johnson: ca. 1850, [daguerreotype portrait of a gentleman, possibly a medical student or anthropologist, among a collection of skullls]

Exhibition: ‘Cabinet of Curiosities: Photography & Specimens’ at The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City

ca. 1850’s, [daguerreotype portrait of a young girl holding a doll and an anonymous hand], Charles Evans

I love the "anonymous hand. [daguerreotype portrait of a young girl holding a doll and an anonymous hand], Charles Evans via the George Eastman House Collection, Still Photograph Archive

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Dennis A. Waters Fine Daguerreotypes~This reminds me of my dear Amelia ~

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