Cabinet Prints  -  Portraits

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Cabinet prints were popular from the late 1860s until around 1900.  They consisted of photos measuring about 4"x 5.5", mounted on trade cards measuring about 4.5"x 6.5".
The photographer's name and address usually appeared on the back of the card.

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  George Hamilton Laing  -  Professional photographer

Norman Thomson  -  Professional photographer 

Cabinet print by Ovinius Davis  -  Two ladies in matching outfits

Two ladies in matching outfits

Cabinet print of a family group of eight, by Ovinius Davis

Ovinius Davis

 

Edwin Debenham  -  Cabinet Print 1  -  front   Edwin Debenham  -  Cabinet Print 1  -  back

Edwin Debenham  -  Cabinet Print 2  -  front   Edwin Debenham  -  Cabinet Print 2  -  back

Debenham - Cabinet Print 3 - front   Debenham - Cabinet Print - back

Debenham - Cabinet Print 3 - detail from the back

Edwin Debenham

 

 A cabinet print from the studio of A Dunbar & Co

A Dunbar & Co

 

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More cartes de visite and cabinet prints can be found on the Newhaven Fishwives page.

 

 

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