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05/22/2022 08:19 PM
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(5) PIECES ANTIQUE PHOTO RELATED LOT


Rating: 8
Comments. The pieces in this lot are made out of either glass, metal or wood and all are more than 100 years old. The lot includes a 5” high x 3 ¾” picture album which has a wooden back as well as front with an image of Shakespeare’s house. It contains 9 studio cards mounted in its torn pages. Also included is a 2” high case with an ambrotype photo, a 2” high/wide gutta-percha case that is in very good shape, an antique 1 ¼” high photo pin with a beveled glass cover and a 1 ¼” round photo image on glass that is surrounded by a brass ring. Everything is in sturdy shape with wear, could have small tears, soiling/stains and the spine is missing on the photo album as seen in our photo. A nice lot of antique photo related items for the discerning collector


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