Condition report: photograph or cabinet is in great condition and well protected. When picking up, moving or handling, pieces are bound to fall off. I do not have all of the pieces available. Photograph is colored in.
SUBJECT: A row boat is moored in a boat house on a clam Echo Lake. The image is colorized, which was rare for this era. You are purchasing an original cabinet photo. It was taken in Echo Lake, Middlesex County, Massachusetts.
Here is a color photograph of Pasadena and Mt Lowe, California. The image is 3 ½" x 11" with the overall size being appx 6’ x 13 ½". The image has a very, very light crease down the middle. There are also two dents up by the text in the top right edge.
Young woman in dark bodice with brooch, choker necklace, etc. 6 1/2" by 4". I would guess 6 of these photos to be from the 1800s or early 1900s, and the hand colored one from the 1930s. Woman wearing glass?.
A very cute photo that is about 8" x 10". She lived tp be 7 years old and died in 1935. I am an old school wholesale dealer and scour New England and GA for new material. If the item is not old I say so and also state defects.
<p>Very good condition, general wear . About 4 1/4 inches by 6 1/2 inches.</p><p>Be sure to check out my other vintage postcards! Reduced shipping for multiple purchases. (Items must be purchased during the same week - Sunday through Saturday - in order to qualify for shipping discount.) If you'd like combined shipping, please wait for invoice before paying. Insurance and/or delivery confirmation are recommended and available for an additional charge. Quoted shipping rates are domestic only - international rates will be higher.</p>
Ostrich farms were important to the Phoenix area for about 25 years. The first was started in 1888. It was written in 1908 there were more ostriches in the Salt River valley than all other Western States combined.
Both his parents were born in Indiana as well. in their Soap Box Racers. Neighborhood Boys. Indianapolis, Indiana. ~ September 24th, 1910 ~. Taken Sept 24, 1910. The photo is cropped in the first two images.
<b> Large, Oval-Shaped, Hand-Colored Antique Photograph. Mounted on heavy paperboard and contained within a die-cut paper frame. Identified in period handwriting on the back that reads, "Lucinda Sawyer Hale Robbins, born April 1, 1831 and died April 4, 1864. First wife of John Robbins, married on April 1, 1851 (Note: Also reported as 1850. His second wife was Lucia Rogers Robbins.) They were the parents of George Ephraim Robbins." See below for additional genealogical information. Photographer and location not stated. </b> Measures approximately 9.75 x 11.75 including mount. This photograph must have been encased at one time in an oval-shaped frame, but had been removed when we found it in a Maine antique store. %0a<b>Condition:</b> This is an original photograph, not a copy or reproduction.
Early 1900's. Sierra's Pub Co, New York. Series #202 printed in England. Excellent condition. Black and White and color images. Clean, smoke free storage. Depicts World War I era humor, images, jokes of the era.
I just love antique Halloween images! It was faded and worn. Perfect for Halloween. Witches Moon. Halloween Photo RePrint. Printed on Glossy Photo Paper ready for framing. I have many more for sale soon.
She looks like the ideal of Victorian womanly beauty. A stunningly beauttiful Window & Grove cabinet photo circa 1888 of the actress Ethel Selwyn. Light wear otherwise fine. An amazing large early theatrical image!
Cabinet portrait. Imposing older gent wearing a tweed jacket. Tinted photograph in overall good condition with minor wear and soiling to surface of the photo and mount. Unidentified subject photographed by Jaeger, Chicago (Illinois) as listed in decorative script below the photo and on the backstamp.