London, South Kensington
20 October 2000
BRYSON, T.R. WILLIAMS, BEARD PATENTEE, QUINBY, RIDER, BOOTHS AND OTHERS
American & British daguerreotype portraits, 1840s-50s
A collection of approx. fifty daguerreotypes, variously sized from sixteenth-plate to ninth-plate, several stamped, a few hand-tinted and/or with pin-prick gilt decoration, majority in folding leather cases, two in wooden frames, a few in 'Wharton cases', one in a Union case
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Individual and group portraits including one of a legal gentleman, a graduate and a gentleman with an accordian.
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