BEAUTIFUL PRINT IN FRAME SIGNED BY ARTIST LIMITED EDITION NUMBERED!
PAINTING ON CANVAS SIGNED BY ARTIST
PHOTOGRAPH SIGNED BY ARTIST BY ED NEWBOLD FRAMED
"Mistress of Party" - giclee on canvas limited edition of French artist F. Mathieu.
HEAD OF A YOUNG MAN, BY GUGLIERMO VON PLǕSCHOW
6 3/4 x 4 5/8- inch albumen print on an album page, ca. 1890 - 1900. "Jongen van Capri" in pen beneath. A beautiful print.
MARION BENDA BY MADAME D'ORA
9 1/8 x 7 1/8- inch gelatin silver print, ferrotyped. A wonderful rich contact print from the full negative, with D'Ora's signature in the negative. There are ...
COMĖDIE FRANCAISE ACTOR, BY VILLENEUVE.
6 1/2 x 4 3/4 - inch albumen print on original mount with letterpress credit to Julien Vallue de Villeneuve, from his series of portraits from the Comėdie Fran...
ESCH-SCHAM IN DAMASCUS, BY LOUIS DE CLERQ
10 1/2 x 8 1/4 - inch albumen print from waxed paper negative, on the large original mount. Made and printed in 1859. With title and de Clerq’s logo on the mou...
PALACE INTERIOR AT MITLA MEXICO BY CHARNAY
6 x 8 3/4- inch albumen print from wet-plate negative by Claude-Joseph-Desirée Charnay. This 1859 photograph was printed in 1862 by Julio Michaud, with ...
“AMERICAN FALLS FROM LUNA ISLAND” by PLATT D. BABBITT.
11 1/2 x 9 1/2 - inch collodion positive on glass, with title and Babbitt’s signature very faint on the bottom margin, and ruled framing lines along all the ma...
STUDY OF A WOMAN.
1/4 plate daguerreotype, a study of a woman with prim hair and dress. I find portraits like this to be interesting social/psychological studies. She isn’...
SOUTHWORTH & HAWES POST MORTEM
Horizontal 1/4 plate, in a black pushbutton case, a beautiful example of this firm’s post-mortem work. They would be called upon to memorialize the deceased ch...
WOMAN IN BLUE BY KILBURN.
1/4 plate daguerreotype in worn case with Kilburn’s logo. There are clouds behind, a column at right. The decorative molding of the table is nicely rendered. T...
GIRL TURNED IN CHAIR, BY BARRABLE.
1/4 plate daguerreotype in oval mat, in full case with repaired spine, gilded logo on the case for J. G. Barrable, Photographer, 244 Regent St. The pose is eng...
WOMAN WITH RIBBON, by L. A. Bisson.
1/4-plate daguerreotype in oval view passepartout with hanging hook, with original label by L.A. Bisson, Fils, Rue St. Germain, on verso. The label advertises ...
FIRE IN NOME ALASKA, CA. 1901 – 03, BY DOBBS.
7 5/8 x 9 3/8 – inch POP print. Crowd, signs. Nice detailed image.
SOLOMON ALASKA BY DOBBS.
7 x 9 1/2 - inch POP print, “View of Solomon from Dock at Dickson. Council City & Solomon. RR. Sep. 25, ’03.” Nice little engine. The little communit...
OPIUM DEN IN SAN FRANCISCO BY TABER.
This is # 5790, No. 4. “Opium Den underground by Flash-light. Smoker caught lighting the pipe. The keeper in the door had extinguished the lights.” The keeper ...
“TAKING THE CENSUS AT STANDING ROCK, DAKOTA” by D.F. Barry
7 3/4 x 9 1/4 - inch albumen print on very heavy board mount by D. F. Barry. The title is blindstamped in block letters at the bottom of the print. There...
SIOUX INDIAN GRASS DANCE, HAND CITY S.D. 1894.
Horizontal sepia gelatin silver print, 4 3/4 x 9 1/4 - inch, on a card mount. Manuscript title in the negative: “Sioux Indians in dance costumes. Hand City. Ju...
“HORSE THIEF/ MESCALERO,” BOUDOIR BY J. L. CLINTON, Colorado Springs, CO. ca. 1885.
This portrait appeared in the 1894 Congressional report, Indians Taxed and Indians Not Taxed in the United States, at the Eleventh Census, 1890: ff page 400.
“POWATCH,” BOUDOIR BY W. H. JACKSON. Denver.
Title and # “4211” at bottom of oval image. Taken ca. 1881. Strips of otter fur bind his hair. Metal armbands of brass or nickel-silver accent his cotton shirt...
“YELLOW FOX,” CABINET CARD BY D.F BARRY
“YELLOW FOX,” CABINET CARD BY D.F BARRY, published from the West Superior, Wis, address but taken at Ft. Berthold, D.T., ca. 1881. This is printed from the ori...
“SHIELD,” CABINET CARD BY D.F. BARRY
“SHIELD,” CABINET CARD BY D.F. BARRY, published from the West Superior, Wis, address. Photographed at Fort Custer, D.T., ca. 1883.
Little is known about this...
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