Antique Photo Girl Doll Id'd Emma Patterson Muskogee Ok
Antique cabinet photo showing a little girl, and a doll on a wicker chair. Photo is by Robertson of Muskogee, Indian Territory. Identified on back as, Emma Patterson . Photo measures 4 1/8 wide x 6.5 tall. Condition is very good. Photo is a little light in tone. Watermark does not appear on the actual photo that you will receive.
Antique cabinet photo showing a little girl in front of a fence prop. Girl is wearing a ring, bracelet on each wrist, and a necklace. Photo by Chase, 1459 Larimer Street, Denver, Colorado. ID'd on back as, Selma's Mothers' half brother Charley Allen's daughter . Photo measures 4 1/8 x 6.5 . Condition is very good. Watermark does not appear on the actual photo that you will receive.
Cabinet Card Photo Pair Of Children Bored Wisconsin
This is a cabinet card photo of a pair of children, the youngest in a chair looking bored or stupified and the older trying to look jaunty and cool. The photo measures 6.5 inches high by 4.25 inches wide, has a plain back and is signed Ishmael, Cassville, Wis. for Wisconsin, USA and dates to 1870-1880s. The cabinet card is in very good +++ condition with a fancy border, a mild bit of soiling and a place on the back where a price tag was at some time leaving a glue shadow. In archival sleeve.
This is a very early cabinet card photo of a startled or scared baby on an Eastlake victorian settee or chair. The photo measures 6.5 inches high by 4.25 inches wide, has a plain back with no marks and dates to the 1860s in the USA. The cabinet card is in good condition with just a general age discoloration, a place on the back where a price tag was at some time leaving a glue shadow and 2 edge cracks, tears. In archival sleeve.
This is a cabinet card photo of a blonde woman from Denmark with a gorgeous lace blouse. The photo was taken in the 188-1890s by Chr. Neuhausen ftf Oluf Jorgensen, kjobmagergade which is in Denmark. The photo measures 6.5 inches high by 4.25 inches wide and has a plain back. The cabinet card is in very good +++ condition with just a bit of mild age discoloration and a place on the back where a price tag was at some time leaving a glue shadow. In archival sleeve.
Cabinet Card Photo Quebec City Gent Horseshoe Tie Tac
This is a cabinet card photo of a man in a studio set with a desk and chair in a city suit with tie and horseshoe tie tac. The photo was taken in the 1860s by M. D. Kilburn, Coaticook Quebec Canada. The photo measures 6.5 inches high by 4.25 inches wide and has a plain back. The cabinet card is in very good +++ condition with just a bit of mild age discoloration and a place on the back where a price tag was at some time leaving a glue shadow. In archival sleeve.
Cabinet Photo 1895 Young Lady In Black Mourning Quebec
This is an antique cabinet photo o9f a young woman in a black mourning dress. On the back in ink is written Mary. This was taken Nov. 4th, 1895. Age 18. The photo is 6.5 inches high by 4.25 inches wide and was made by Randall, Magog, Quebec. The photo is in very good condition with 1 scuff at the bottom and evidence of a price tag at some time on the back. In archival sleeve.
Vintage Cabinet Card Sister And Brother In Denton Sleepers Holding Shoes
Vintage Cabinet Card Sister and Brother in Denton Sleepers Holding Shoes, look like the child in the ads I have seen, behind lace curtains, card in good condition from Bowling Green KY. shipping first class mail, shipping discounted with more items purchased
Rare Death remembrance tribute mourning black photograph with gun. I'm reminded of Moses and late NRA president Charlton Heston saying they would get his gun when they pry it from my cold, dead hands".
This is a memorial card made by H.F. Wendell of Leipsic, Ohio. The family is that of James Coombs and Amanda Coombs. This couple was from the Seymour, Iowa area (Wayne County). James is born 27 Mar 1834 and died 1 Feb 1910. Amanda is born 1 Feb 1844 and died 14 mar 1893. The picture you will see has been lightened so that you can read it. It is actually very black in color with nice gold trim. I also have a copy of a family search I did on James which I will include for you. Many of the pictures I have on my site seem to stem from this family.
This cabinet card is marked as a Taylor Great Western and on the back it is handwritten that this is for Amanda Coombs. This young lady is probably a granddaughter or great granddaughter of Amanda Coombs, who comes from Seymour, Iowa. There are no other indications as to who this child is.
This cabinet card is of an young girl on what I would call a very Victorian era chair. She is adorable with her curls and her necklace. Just plain cute! The photography studio is that of L. Taylor of Pullman, Washington, with no handwritten information as to this young lady's name.
This cabinet card has handwritten on the back that this is Uncle and Auntie. Of course, there is no last name! It was taken by a photographer located at No. 9 Main Street, Galesburg, Illinois and the name looks like A. Trey (however, the first letter of the last name is written so that I'm not really sure what letter of the alphabet it is)
This is a set of two cabinet cards with the names Henry Newland of Eldora, Iowa on the gentleman's and Nancy Newland of Libertyville, Iowa on the lady's. There are no dates handwritten. The photography studio must be Smith, as that is all it has on the front other than Crystal Finish. The cover that the gentleman has his left arm on has a scene with cows(perhaps he was a farmer/rancher).
This is an interesting hairstyle for a young man, and the handwritten name on the back is that of Orvil McClurg or McClung. There is no name for the photographer, however, the lower right corner does have an impressed mark. I would describe it as a hand holding an arrow with a small piece of twisted rope at the arm's elbow, with this all situated above a shield that has a crescent shaped moon in the top right and lower left quadrants. The top left and lower right quadrants of the shield have lines. I don't know if this relates at all to Civil War era, or just significant to the photographer. I suspect this young man to be from southern Iowa based on others from the same estate.
This is an adorable child sitting on an object ( a closer look makes me think it is a highchair) that is draped with beautiful lace. The expression on the childs face is priceless, and the outfit is adorable as well. The boots really stand out against the background. There are no identifying marks/names on the card. I suspect early 1900s and southern Iowa for origination.
This is a group of two cabinet cards, one with a married couple and the other perhaps the best man. The men both seem to be sitting on the same chair. They are both faded some and I suspect they are from the early 1900s. They came with others that I currently have for sale. There are no markings to help with identification.
Burnham, Iowa Photograph Of Coombs, Armentrouts & More
This is a photograph of smaller, cut down size of a family from Burnham, Iowa. The names are handwritten on the back as follows: Jacob Coombs Minnie Monroe Emry Armentrout Dory Norton Taken in the year of our lord 1887 Nov1/22 (This is what it looks like to me) The photographer name has been almost completely removed by being cut down to a wallet size.
This is a group of five photos dating to around 1900-1910 era, from the Centerville, Iowa area and or the Seymour, Iowa area. The one of the couple is marked R.C. Link of Centerville, IA as the photographer and there is a handwritten name of Ben & Ruth Wells on the back. The single one with the young lady that has a corsage on her left shoulder is marked Bancroft of Seymour, Iowa as the photographer, no handwritten name of the young lady. However, the next photo also seems to be her as well, and it is also marked Bancroft of Seymour, Iowa. Inside this one are 2 small pictures that seem to be the young lady from the couple picture and the young lady with the corsage at an older age. The small photo of the even younger girl, may be a child of either young lady (only a guess).
This is a cabinet card of 3 girls with the information handwritten on the back. Our picture J.A. Combs 1 m button and a partial label with a number 93902 (maybe an order number) with the date 1901. No other information available. There are two of these and I'm selling them together as one copy is better than the other.
This is a lovely cabinet card of a baby, with a handwritten name on the back of Berly Otto Coombe. This is most likely from a town in southern Iowa in the time frame of 1900-1905. There is no photographer name on front or back.
This is a cabinet card, early 1900s, with a hand written note on the back that this picture is of the Bill Whitmore Children. This would be from somewhere near Seymour, Iowa, as the photographer is Williams, from that town.
This is a cabinet card by the J.M. Stromsten photography studio from Corydon, Iowa, circa 1900-1905. This is a picture of memorial flowers and there is a card within the picture that I can't read, but appear to be who sent the flowers.
Antique Celluloid Photo Album Musicians With Photos
This is an antique celluloid photo album from the victorian era. The photgraph album has celluloid front and back covers. The front features an embossed frame with 2 musicians. The spine was originally velvet but the knap has worn off. The celluloid album measures 8.25 inches high by 6.75 when closed by 2 inches thick and was made in England in the 1890s. The only marks are on a plate of the clasp and read D.R.6.M. 17762. The clasp mechanism has been replaced at some time with a Make Do. There are 11 double sided cardboard pages, some with 1 opening each and some with 2. There are 11 photographs usually measuring 6.5 inches high by 4.25 inches wide usually called cabinet photos. The album is in very good condition but does have quite a bit of wear, dog eared corners, 2 small area of damage on the front and water staining on the bottom of the pages. Many of the mats are torn at the bottom where the photos are put in. But the album is a great piece of victoriana and would be a great decorative accent. We have sold many photos like these over the years as Instant Relatives!
This is a cabinet card of a baby by the name of Holly Hintz. This was taken by The Carpenter Photographic Rooms located at 936 Main Street, Kansas City. This is circa 1893-1896 based on research at Truman State University, Pickler Memorial Library, where the Kirk Family Papers section describes that this company took pictures of the Kirk twins.
This is a cabinet card of an unidentified woman with a pocket watch on her left breast area, taken by D.P. Thomson of Kansas City, MO. His business was established in 1873 at 610 Main Street. There is quite a collection history on D.P. Thomson at the Kansas City Library, which is viewable online.
This is an image of a young woman photographed by H.L. Eggleston, Photographer, of Chardon, Ohio. Most likely this is mid-1800s due to other history found where Chardon Square, Ohio, was destroyed by fire in 1868.
This is a set of 3 different cabinet cards, all photographed by O.B. Halstead, of Unionville, Missouri, in the late 1800s. I believe the gentleman in all 3 are one in the same. There is only one marking in pencil and it is on the one of him by himself, noted Taken May 26, 1890 . I also believe the woman is the same woman in both...a wedding portrait and then a family portrait. Mr. O.B. Halstead was a somewhat famous person. I researched him a little and found that he is a descendant to King William of Holland and he had geneaology papers to prove that and fought for $300,000 in land in New York City in the late 1800s. Interesting!!
THIS IS LOVELY OLD PHOTO - LATE VICTORIAN EARLY EDWARDIAN, DEPICTING DASHING, HANDSOME YOUNG MAN - BROTHERS - as per image,Photo measures about 6 3/4 inch x 4 1/2 inch,it is in very fine condition,but for the glue traces on the back, US Buyer to pay 2.00 for shipping.THANKS.
THIS IS OLD PHOTO - LATE VICTORIAN EARLY EDWARDIAN, DEPICTING 2 YOUNG LADIES,DRESSED IN THE STYLE FROM THAT ERA - as per image,Photo measures about 5 1/4 inch x 3 1/4 inch,it is in very fine condition, but the back shows that it was glued on to black album page, US Buyer to pay 2.00 for shipping.THANKS.
Vintage Cabinet Card Beautifully Dressed Lady And Man
Vintage Cabinet Card Beautifully Dressed Lady and Man, back reads the woman is Mrs Astaire and the Man is Avery Black dated 1880-1898,relative of Fred Astaire,I can not prove it but detailed information on back of card, from the Boston Gallery Worcester, Mass. Card has a lite bend in upper right corner