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    Posted 9 years ago

    theantique…
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    any help with these photos as well would be appreciated i have so many to go threw, i also have oil paintings i will post up !!! got some good ones for sure....

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    1. scottvez scottvez, 9 years ago
      Sorry-- not a dag, ambro or tin in the group.

      All are paper images. The first dates from about 1900- 1910. The second is probably 1890s.

      Scott
    2. theantiqueking570 theantiqueking570, 9 years ago
      im guessing ambro then because the magnet does not stick to them like it would a tintype lol now see i learned something i have alot more to post i have to many to go threw hundreds of them ha
    3. scottvez scottvez, 9 years ago
      It sure looks like a paper image.

      An ambrotype would have the photograph actually on the glass. It is a photo negative with an applied black backing that makes the image appear as a positive.

      Scott

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