JG Tunny & Co

Studios in Edinburgh

James Good Tunny retired from business and had several years of ill health before his death in 1887.

Following the death of James Good Tunny in 1887, his business continued to trade as JG Tunny & Co. 

J G Tunny & Co

[following the death of J G Tunny in 1887]

13 Maitland Street

1888-98

19 Salisbury Place

1888-97

13a Maitland Street

1896-98

61 Shandwick Place

1899-09

James CH Balmain joined the business in 1888,as partner and sole manager.

Studio at Hawick

J G Tunny & Co also had studios at 47 High Street, Hawick, in the  Scottish Borders from 1903 to 1906.

Vitrified Enamels

The back of some of J G Tunny & Co's cartes de visite advertise:

'Indestructible Vitrified Enamels'

This does not appear to be a product that was ever advertised on his cartes de visite when J G Tunny was alive.

 

James Good Tunny

1820-1887

EPS

Lectures

Investigation

Maine to California

Photos

Exhibitions

Collections and For Sale

Early Negatives

Tunny &  Rodger

William Miller

Family

Family

Mrs Tunny

Edinburgh Views

Princes Street  1850s

Princes Street   c1880

Shakespeare Square

Businesses

Adverts

Early Days

Studios

Studio 1852

Studio 1876

JG Tunny & Co

Tunny & Asher

Family Photos

Cartes de Visite

A carte de visiet by James Good Tunny  -  1860-1870

Cabinet Prints

The back of a cabinet print by James Good Tunny  -  13 Maitland Street + 19 Salisbury Place  - Lady wearing a hat

Book

Here is a link to a web page that gives details of a book, written and published in 2009 by Julian Bukits, on the life and work of James G Tunny

Cover of a book 'A Study of James G Tunny - 1820-1887'  by Julian Bukits

 

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