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1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car 8x10 prototype pic 4
141 1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car 8x10 prototype pic 4

General Motors publicity 8x10" photograph.

Original photograph. Information stated from the photo itself or research or provenance. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. VG or better condition. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. 
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1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car 8x10 radio controls
142 1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car 8x10 radio controls

General Motors publicity 8x10" photograph.

Original photograph. Information stated from the photo itself or research or provenance. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. VG or better condition. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. 
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1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car 8x10 remote control
143 1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car 8x10 remote control

General Motors publicity 8x10" photograph.

Original photograph. Information stated from the photo itself or research or provenance. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. VG or better condition. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. 
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1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car 8x10 seat mockups
144 1990 Pontiac Sunfire Concept Car 8x10 seat mockups

General Motors publicity 8x10" photograph.

Original photograph. Information stated from the photo itself or research or provenance. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. VG or better condition. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. 
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1990-1991 Boston Bruins set of four 8x10 photos
145 1990-1991 Boston Bruins set of four 8x10 photos



Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
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1992-1993 Boston Bruins set of three 8x10 photos
146 1992-1993 Boston Bruins set of three 8x10 photos



Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
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1st Armored cars & air support demo Ft Knox 8x10 1941
147 1st Armored cars & air support demo Ft Knox 8x10 1941
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Original photograph. Information stated as we know it. Size stated is approximate. Scans large to show condition and detail. VG or better condition. 
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1st Communion Boy photo Willow Studio Meriden CT 1910s
148 1st Communion Boy photo Willow Studio Meriden CT 1910s

4x6" paper print in embossed mount and wrapper [tender at the hinges].

Headline Listing Format:
Subject / Type of Photo / Photographer or Studio / City & State / Date, if known.

THUS, if we stated: “Bob Evans mustache & specs cabinet card Leonard: Swampoodle MA 1889” according to the Headline Listing Format, this would translate to mean that the photo shown is a photo of Bob Evans with mustache & spectacles in cabinet photo card format taken by Leonard [photographic studio] in Swampoodle MA in 1889.
Always, the name stated AFTER the type of photo [CDV, Cabinet card, tintype, etc.] is the name of the Studio or Phorographer who took the picture.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. VG or better condition.

NOTE: Every single piece of information we have on this item is contained in this description, including the name of the person, if known; if a name for the person is given, it is written on the front or back of the picture in ink or pencil, either originally at the time of the photo, or, in some cases, by us when we remove a photograph from an album in which identifications are written on the pages, not on the photos themselves. We also do not invent names for these people, so please do not ask “How do you know this is J*** S***?” We would not say who it is unless we did know based on the information on the picture itself. And finally, we cannot, due to staff and time limitations, scan picture backs if they are not shown. What we judge to be important backs are scanned and shown in the auction description.

Introduced in the 1860s, cabinet cards superseded the carte de visite. The format was common until about 1900. Early cabinet cards typically used albumen prints, although a variety of other processes were used for later cards. The mount is usually about 4 ¼ x 6 ½”. The photograph is usually smaller than the card, leaving approximately a half inch at the bottom, where the name of the photographer or studio was printed. Often, the photographer will have the back printed simply with his name, address and location or in quite elaborate fashion with organic designs and rustic forms or an image of the building where the studio was located.

Each decade of the cabinet card, had its own characteristic studio accessories:
1860's - balustrade, column and curtain
1870's - rustic bridge and stile
1880's - hammock, swing and railway carriage
1890's - palm trees, cockatoos (usually stuffed specimens) and bicycles
1900's - the motor car. 
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1st Communion Girl & 1952 Plymouth Club Coupe snapshot
149 1st Communion Girl & 1952 Plymouth Club Coupe snapshot
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3 1/4 x 3 1/4".

Original photograph. Anything & everything we know about person, place, object and/or date is included in our description.
Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. VG or better condition. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. 
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1st Infantry Co E soldier pince nez medal 8x10 ca 1880s
150 1st Infantry Co E soldier pince nez medal 8x10 ca 1880s
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From original glass plate negative.

You are buying a modern photographic print on Kodak Professional Endura paper. This image is copyrighted by McBride/Publisher and is not for publication without our written permission. See below for more details.

Prints are created by our contract laboratory with printers that expose light sensitive paper that is then run through a chemical process. These are real photographs, not inkjet prints.

The source of this photograph is an original glass plate negative or original celluloid negative. The negative was scanned on our Microtek ScanMaker 9600XL scanner at 600dpi, tidied up with PhotoShop software to remove blemishes, hickeys, dust motes and emulsion flaws.

Glass dry plate negatives were most popular from the 1880s through the 1920s. By the 1920s, many professional photographers had adopted the Kodak or other celluloid film as their medium of choice. In many cases, it is quite possible this negative was printed once when originally made, then stored away until now. And, because of the decades or more since that first print was made, this print is perhaps the only version of the original available today.

This negative was one of several thousand purchased in central Connecticut at the dispersal auction of a life-long collector and from other local sources, and could have been from anywhere. If any information was attached or associated with this image, it is stated in the description. Of course, as the previous owner was based in New England, many of the images are likely from that region. If you recognize people, places or can narrow down the date or content of the photograph, we’d like to hear from you.

One of the fascinating aspects of these old images is that, in many cases, they are the only evidence that the people, places and events pictured existed in time and place.

The size stated in the title here is the size of the paper, with a minimum ¼” border provided on all margins to facilitate full-image matting and framing. Other sizes are available: see our other listings in our ebaY Store under Photographs.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: We are selling you this print dealer to collector and this print is not for publication without written permission from us. If you wish to use it in print, please make inquiry prior to publication. In some cases, a fee will be requested for its use, typically a nominal sum, plus a half-dozen examples of the finished product in which it was used.

CAUTION: We are vigilant about unauthorized use of our photographs and will pursue those who take advantage of us. So please, don’t do it.

WATERMARK: The watermark you see in the image here is NOT present in the finished print.
PLEASE NOTE: From time to time, fulfillment of your purchase of one or more of our photographs from glass plates may be delayed a few extra days for this reason: many of these photos are being printed for the first time and we must order them from our contract lab in Minnesota. They are usually quick to print and send an order, but, now and then, a weekend interferes, thus delaying forwarding to you. Please be patient. 
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1st Kmart in Hawaii Iwilei Honolulu newsphoto 8x10 1992
151 1st Kmart in Hawaii Iwilei Honolulu newsphoto 8x10 1992
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Original photograph. Information stated as we know it. Size stated is approximate. Scans large to show condition and detail. VG or better condition. 
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2 at Music Lovers Shoppe Rochester NY snapshot 1918
152 2 at Music Lovers Shoppe Rochester NY snapshot 1918

Man Identified as George Wallenhaupt, girl with last name Dickenson. 3 1/2" x 5 3/4".

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. 
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2 babies 1 nosepick wicker carriage woods 8x10 ca 1880s
153 2 babies 1 nosepick wicker carriage woods 8x10 ca 1880s

From original glass plate negative.

You are buying a modern photographic print on Kodak Professional Endura paper. This image is copyrighted by McBride/Publisher and is not for publication without our written permission. See below for more details.

Prints are created by our contract laboratory with printers that expose light sensitive paper that is then run through a chemical process. These are real photographs, not inkjet prints.

The source of this photograph is an original glass plate negative or original celluloid negative. The negative was scanned on our Microtek ScanMaker 9600XL scanner at 600dpi, tidied up with PhotoShop software to remove blemishes, hickeys, dust motes and emulsion flaws.

Glass dry plate negatives were most popular from the 1880s through the 1920s. By the 1920s, many professional photographers had adopted the Kodak or other celluloid film as their medium of choice. In many cases, it is quite possible this negative was printed once when originally made, then stored away until now. And, because of the decades or more since that first print was made, this print is perhaps the only version of the original available today.

This negative was one of several thousand purchased in central Connecticut at the dispersal auction of a life-long collector and from other local sources, and could have been from anywhere. If any information was attached or associated with this image, it is stated in the description. Of course, as the previous owner was based in New England, many of the images are likely from that region. If you recognize people, places or can narrow down the date or content of the photograph, we’d like to hear from you.

One of the fascinating aspects of these old images is that, in many cases, they are the only evidence that the people, places and events pictured existed in time and place.

The size stated in the title here is the size of the paper, with a minimum ¼” border provided on all margins to facilitate full-image matting and framing. Other sizes are available: see our other listings in our ebaY Store under Photographs.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: We are selling you this print dealer to collector and this print is not for publication without written permission from us. If you wish to use it in print, please make inquiry prior to publication. In some cases, a fee will be requested for its use, typically a nominal sum, plus a half-dozen examples of the finished product in which it was used.

CAUTION: We are vigilant about unauthorized use of our photographs and will pursue those who take advantage of us. So please, don’t do it.

WATERMARK: The watermark you see in the image here is NOT present in the finished print.
PLEASE NOTE: From time to time, fulfillment of your purchase of one or more of our photographs from glass plates may be delayed a few extra days for this reason: many of these photos are being printed for the first time and we must order them from our contract lab in Minnesota. They are usually quick to print and send an order, but, now and then, a weekend interferes, thus delaying forwarding to you. Please be patient. 
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2 babies fancy wicker carriages parasols 8x10 ca 1880s
154 2 babies fancy wicker carriages parasols 8x10 ca 1880s
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From original glass plate negative.

You are buying a modern photographic print on Kodak Professional Endura paper. This image is copyrighted by McBride/Publisher and is not for publication without our written permission. See below for more details.

Prints are created by our contract laboratory with printers that expose light sensitive paper that is then run through a chemical process. These are real photographs, not inkjet prints.

The source of this photograph is an original glass plate negative or original celluloid negative. The negative was scanned on our Microtek ScanMaker 9600XL scanner at 600dpi, tidied up with PhotoShop software to remove blemishes, hickeys, dust motes and emulsion flaws.

Glass dry plate negatives were most popular from the 1880s through the 1920s. By the 1920s, many professional photographers had adopted the Kodak or other celluloid film as their medium of choice. In many cases, it is quite possible this negative was printed once when originally made, then stored away until now. And, because of the decades or more since that first print was made, this print is perhaps the only version of the original available today.

This negative was one of several thousand purchased in central Connecticut at the dispersal auction of a life-long collector and from other local sources, and could have been from anywhere. If any information was attached or associated with this image, it is stated in the description. Of course, as the previous owner was based in New England, many of the images are likely from that region. If you recognize people, places or can narrow down the date or content of the photograph, we’d like to hear from you.

One of the fascinating aspects of these old images is that, in many cases, they are the only evidence that the people, places and events pictured existed in time and place.

The size stated in the title here is the size of the paper, with a minimum ¼” border provided on all margins to facilitate full-image matting and framing. Other sizes are available: see our other listings in our ebaY Store under Photographs.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: We are selling you this print dealer to collector and this print is not for publication without written permission from us. If you wish to use it in print, please make inquiry prior to publication. In some cases, a fee will be requested for its use, typically a nominal sum, plus a half-dozen examples of the finished product in which it was used.

CAUTION: We are vigilant about unauthorized use of our photographs and will pursue those who take advantage of us. So please, don’t do it.

WATERMARK: The watermark you see in the image here is NOT present in the finished print.
PLEASE NOTE: From time to time, fulfillment of your purchase of one or more of our photographs from glass plates may be delayed a few extra days for this reason: many of these photos are being printed for the first time and we must order them from our contract lab in Minnesota. They are usually quick to print and send an order, but, now and then, a weekend interferes, thus delaying forwarding to you. Please be patient. 
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2 blonde boys in knickers with whip cabinet by Flodin Worcester MA 1890s
155 2 blonde boys in knickers with whip cabinet by Flodin Worcester MA 1890s

4 1/4 x 6 1/2" as shown.

All we know, we state here.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Condition as shown. Defects not visible in scan[s] are described. Item is complete as issued unless otherwise stated. NO facsimiles, copies, reprints or reproductions unless specifically stated in description above. Pictures show actual item, never a stock image. 
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2 boys in chair 1 reads 1 w/ ball photo Franklin Park Studio Dorchester MA 1920s
156 2 boys in chair 1 reads 1 w/ ball photo Franklin Park Studio Dorchester MA 1920s

7 x 10 3/4". Original photograph. Information stated as available from provenance, actual item or from research. Size stated is approximate. Scans large to show condition and detail. VG or better condition. 
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2 children 1 wicker chair CDV L J Randall Reading MA
157 2 children 1 wicker chair CDV L J Randall Reading MA
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Printed back.

Original carte de visite image.

CDV [Carte de Visite] about 2 ½ x 4”.

Headline Listing Format:
Subject / Type of Photo / Photographer or Studio / City & State / Date, if known.

THUS, if we stated: “Bob Evans mustache & specs CDV Leonard: Swampoodle MA 1889” according to the Headline Listing Format, this would translate to mean that the photo shown is a photo of Bob Evans with mustache & spectacles in carte de visite format taken by Leonard [photographic studio] in Swampoodle MA in 1889.
Always, the name stated AFTER the type of photo [CDV, Cabinet card, tintype, etc.] is the name of the Studio or Photographer who took the picture.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. VG or better condition.

NOTE: Every single piece of information we have on this item is contained in this description, including the name of the person, if known; if a name for the person is given, it is written on the front or back of the picture in ink or pencil, either originally at the time of the photo, or, in some cases, by us when we remove a photograph from an album in which identifications are written on the pages, not on the photos themselves. We also do not invent names for these people, so please do not ask “How do you know this is J*** S***?” We would not say who it is unless we did know based on the information on the picture itself. And finally, we cannot, due to staff and time limitations, scan picture backs if they are not shown. What we judge to be important backs are scanned and shown in the auction description.br>
Origin on the CDV [carte de visite] Photograph.

Realizing that a market existed for a process that could produce a large number of prints very cheaply, the Parisian photographer, Andre Adolphe Disderi, devised a way of reducing costs by taking several portraits on one photographic plate. This required the use of a special camera and many different types were developed. Some had several lenses, which could be uncovered either individually, or all at the same time to give (usually) 4 or 8 photographs on the same plate. Others had a mechanism for moving the photographic plate so that each image was recorded on a different area.

Because several exposures were made on each plate a number of positive prints could be made at the same time. The negative could be reprinted many times to produce the number of copies required by the sitter. The resulting photographs were mounted onto card. They were called cartes de visite because they were about the size of a visiting card, 2 ½ x 4”. 
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2 children animal skin cabinet W H F Heath Bradford OH
158 2 children animal skin cabinet W H F Heath Bradford OH
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Original photograph

Cabinet photo. 4 ¼ x 6 ½” mount.

Headline Listing Format:
Subject / Type of Photo / Photographer or Studio / City & State / Date, if known.

THUS, if we stated: “Bob Evans mustache & specs cabinet card Leonard: Swampoodle MA 1889” according to the Headline Listing Format, this would translate to mean that the photo shown is a photo of Bob Evans with mustache & spectacles in cabinet photo card format taken by Leonard [photographic studio] in Swampoodle MA in 1889.
Always, the name stated AFTER the type of photo [CDV, Cabinet card, tintype, etc.] is the name of the Studio or Photographer who took the picture.

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. VG or better condition.

NOTE: Every single piece of information we have on this item is contained in this description, including the name of the person, if known; if a name for the person is given, it is written on the front or back of the picture in ink or pencil, either originally at the time of the photo, or, in some cases, by us when we remove a photograph from an album in which identifications are written on the pages, not on the photos themselves. We also do not invent names for these people, so please do not ask “How do you know this is J*** S***?” We would not say who it is unless we did know based on the information on the picture itself. And finally, we cannot, due to staff and time limitations, scan picture backs if they are not shown. What we judge to be important backs are scanned and shown in the auction description.

Introduced in the 1860s, cabinet cards superseded the carte de visite. The format was common until about 1900. Early cabinet cards typically used albumen prints, although a variety of other processes were used for later cards. The mount is usually about 4 ¼ x 6 ½”. The photograph is usually smaller than the card, leaving approximately a half inch at the bottom, where the name of the photographer or studio was printed. Often, the photographer will have the back printed simply with his name, address and location or in quite elaborate fashion with organic designs and rustic forms or an image of the building where the studio was located.

Each decade of the cabinet card, had its own characteristic studio accessories:
1860's - balustrade, column and curtain
1870's - rustic bridge and stile
1880's - hammock, swing and railway carriage
1890's - palm trees, cockatoos (usually stuffed specimens) and bicycles
1900's - the motor car. .

Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Scans large to show any defects. Unseen defects described. VG or better condition. Item complete as issued unless otherwise stated. 
Price: 9.99 USD
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2 children fancy ties cabinet Miller Birmingham CT
159 2 children fancy ties cabinet Miller Birmingham CT
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4 1/4 x 6 1/2". Printed back.

Original photo, mounted on original photographic board; information from writing on back, provenance, or research. Scans made large to show condition and detail. VG or better condition. Dimensions given, if any, are approximate. Very good with flaws described. Defects such as obvious condition, mechanical, cosmetic & other flaws are noted in the description; if they are NOT noted, they are not present. 
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2 children in 4-wheel wagon under tree 8x10 ca 1880s
160 2 children in 4-wheel wagon under tree 8x10 ca 1880s

From original glass plate negative.

You are buying a modern photographic print on Kodak Professional Endura paper. This image is copyrighted by McBride/Publisher and is not for publication without our written permission. See below for more details.

Prints are created by our contract laboratory with printers that expose light sensitive paper that is then run through a chemical process. These are real photographs, not inkjet prints.

The source of this photograph is an original glass plate negative or original celluloid negative. The negative was scanned on our Microtek ScanMaker 9600XL scanner at 600dpi, tidied up with PhotoShop software to remove blemishes, hickeys, dust motes and emulsion flaws.

Glass dry plate negatives were most popular from the 1880s through the 1920s. By the 1920s, many professional photographers had adopted the Kodak or other celluloid film as their medium of choice. In many cases, it is quite possible this negative was printed once when originally made, then stored away until now. And, because of the decades or more since that first print was made, this print is perhaps the only version of the original available today.

This negative was one of several thousand purchased in central Connecticut at the dispersal auction of a life-long collector and from other local sources, and could have been from anywhere. If any information was attached or associated with this image, it is stated in the description. Of course, as the previous owner was based in New England, many of the images are likely from that region. If you recognize people, places or can narrow down the date or content of the photograph, we’d like to hear from you.

One of the fascinating aspects of these old images is that, in many cases, they are the only evidence that the people, places and events pictured existed in time and place.

The size stated in the title here is the size of the paper, with a minimum ¼” border provided on all margins to facilitate full-image matting and framing. Other sizes are available: see our other listings in our ebaY Store under Photographs.

COPYRIGHT NOTICE: We are selling you this print dealer to collector and this print is not for publication without written permission from us. If you wish to use it in print, please make inquiry prior to publication. In some cases, a fee will be requested for its use, typically a nominal sum, plus a half-dozen examples of the finished product in which it was used.

CAUTION: We are vigilant about unauthorized use of our photographs and will pursue those who take advantage of us. So please, don’t do it.

WATERMARK: The watermark you see in the image here is NOT present in the finished print.
PLEASE NOTE: From time to time, fulfillment of your purchase of one or more of our photographs from glass plates may be delayed a few extra days for this reason: many of these photos are being printed for the first time and we must order them from our contract lab in Minnesota. They are usually quick to print and send an order, but, now and then, a weekend interferes, thus delaying forwarding to you. Please be patient. 
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