TINTYPE PORTRAIT OF A WELL DRESSED FAMILY

This tintype photograph captures three women and two men posing for their portrait at an unknown studio. The five posers are beautifully dressed. Tintype photography was most popular during the 1860’s and 1870’s. The tintype image is in very good condition.

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Buy this original Tintype Photograph (includes International shipping outside the US) #2477

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  1. By their nature (no negative) tintypes are reversed, left to right. Dilemma (or Dilemna, as I was taught)! Whenever I made a copy of a tintype I corrected that … can’t help it. But! … one reason, adding to the popularity of tintypes, was that people saw themselves as they actually looked in the mirror (ergo, more natural … to them, only). How should we show them? … real or mirror? A puzzlement.


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