Antique Car Albumen Photograph
Product Summary: This antique albumen print photograph of an early car, not dated. The automobile type unknown. The albumen print mounted on board.
Albumen prints also called albumen silver prints were first used in the 1840s by Louis Desire Blanquart-Evard. This technology became the main and most common form of photography commercially produced and used starting in the 1850s. This form of photography and processing was used up until the early 20th century when other forms of photographic technology become more commercially popular.
An interesting piece of automotive history.
Size: 5.20 x 4.25 inches the card, 3.10 x 2.10 inches the image
Condition: The mounting and image with staining, toning and lifting from the backing, a musty odor to the card
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Delivery: Ships in 1-2 business days