Tintypes sent in by, Perez
Tintypes sent in by, Perez
vintage photos, sent in by Perez
Tintype
Tintype
Tintype
Hand tinted photo
Daguerreotype
Daguerreotype
The daguerreotype is the only photographic process that used a thin coating of highly polished silver on a copper support. The surface of the daguerreotype was very fragile and that is the reason why glass was used on top of the plate. A tintype is a photograph made on a sheet of iron instead of a piece of paper Most tintypes were brownish in color and the most common size was about 2 " x 3 ". More information on these different early photos can be found here. www.maine.com.      and   www.stereoviews.com
sent in by Annette Atkins, Great aunts
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sent in by Terri . Mr&Mrs B
sent in by Terri . baby pic
sent in by Terri .
sent in by Terri . Mr&Mrs B's parents
sent in by Christy Grant, Peacock ballroom  ticket