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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   Cabinet Print from Thomas Wallace of Dalkeith           The back of a cabinet print from Thomas Wallace of Dalkeith

Thomas Wallace

 

Marshall Wane  -  Cabinet Print  -  Man with a Book   Marshall Wane  -  Cabinet Print  -  Man with a Book  -  Back

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Marshall Wane

Marshall Wane

 

A Swan Watson  -  Cabinet print 1610  -  Two boys   A Swan Watson  -  The back of a cabinet print  -  1610  -  Two boys

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A Swan Watson

A Swan Watson

 

Cabinet Print  -  Photographer: Robert S Webster     Cabinet Print  -  Photographer: Robert S Webster     Cabinet Print (back)  -  Photographer: Robert S Webster

Robert S Webster

 

Cabinet Print by Wood & Co  -  A Family     The back of a Cabinet Print by Wood & Co  -  A Family

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Wood & Co

Wood & Co

 

An Outdoor Cabinet Print by James Wood, Airdrie  -  Horse and Cart

James Wood
Airdrie

 

 

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

 

 

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