Antique Cabinet Photo showing an Edwardian couple. The man is seated with the woman standing beside him.
Card is marked: Phillipsburg, Kansas
Photographer: G. A. Locke
1890s Picture measuring 4.25 inches wide x 6.5 inches tall. Image area measures 3 7/8 inches wide x 5 1/2 inches tall. No markings on back and no identification.
Nice clear photo. Some light foxing and age toning and a few surface scratches.
Shown on an old newspaper background, with button embelishments in the second product photo. Does not come with newspaper or buttons.
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Antique H.C. White Perfecscope Copper Flash Stereoscope Viewer and 50 Keystone Stereoscope View Cards in Box.
Stereoscope does show wear and the handle stands on its own, but must be supported with a finger behind when using to view. I'm not sure if this is how it came, or if a piece is broken that supported the handle. Both lens are present and in very good condition.
Viewer measures about 13 inches front to back, viewing end 5 1/4 inches wide, and piece that holds the stereoview card measures about 7 1/4 inches wide.
Cards all came in the black box marked "Keystone Stereographs" Title: Butterflies. There are only a couple of Butterflies in the mix. The rest are an assortment of views. All are pictured in the photos below. All are in excellent condition.
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Antique Photograph showing a mother and daughter. Mother is seated and is wearing a large fancy hat and a pocket watch on a chain. Daughter is standing and is hugging the mother around the neck.
Identified on the back (in very faint pencil writing) as Alvira Woolsey, 3 years old.
Card is imprinted: Hebron, Nebraska
Photographer: Griffin and Day
Circa 1900 picture mounted on board. Board measures 5 inches wide x 6.5 inches tall. Image area measures 2 3/8 inches wide x 3 7/8 inches tall. Embossed border around the image.
Good condition with some foxing and soiling.
Original Antique Wedding Photograph. The man is dressed in a suit, has a boutonniere, and is holding a rolled document, that I'm assuming is their marriage certificate. Bride is wearing a long train bridal veil.
Card location is marked: Clay Center, Kansas
Dates to circa 1890s.
Cabinet photo measuring 4.25 inches wide x 6.5 inches tall.
Identified on back as Charley Allen.
Condition is good with some foxing and soiling. This is a somewhat faded or low contrast photo.