Card dating


24-Nov-2017 00:40

Based on its size and composition, I confirmed that my picture was a tintype, a photographic technique that came into use in the mid-1850s and lasted until the turn of the century. But it does help me rule out a pairing of Michael and Timothy.Knowing the type of photo can still leave a large time period, but if you know the subject of the photo, your genealogical research should be able to help you narrow that. I now turn to fashion to see if what these men are wearing can help me narrow the date range of the photo.Artistic print means the typeface used is highly ornate cursive style.The borders (lines or artwork on the card) and the manner in which the card edges were cut or treated are some of the best known clues to dating the cabinet card.The two most advertised card colors were primrose (pale yellow) and pearl (rich off-white) though light pink, blue, and green can be found.In the mid-1880s dark colored cards were introduced and used until the early 1890s. Green was a very attractive version, but examples are harder to find.The elder man is wearing a collarless shirt — too bad, because it's easier to date men's collars and neckties.

The simplest ones were the cheapest and there was always a market for them.The cabinet card was made by using the same steps for creating CDVs, still exhibiting the sepia look.However, the cabinet card's image area was more than double the CDV. While it was a bigger image than the CDV, it did not offer much of a quality difference until the mid-1880s.While the dark cards are not rare, they did not capture a large share of the marketplace, possibly because they were more expensive than standard colors.

Compared to primrose or pearl cards noted earlier which were

Compared to primrose or pearl cards noted earlier which were $1.10 per hundred, maroon cards were $1.20 and black were $1.30 per hundred.

The jackets seem to indicate a photo taken in the 1870s, but I'm still not certain. I knew from my earlier research that all three of my great-grandfather's brothers eventually wound up farming in Kansas, after stops in Washington, D. Louis than a small town in Kansas that wasn't organized until 1871.

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Compared to primrose or pearl cards noted earlier which were $1.10 per hundred, maroon cards were $1.20 and black were $1.30 per hundred.The jackets seem to indicate a photo taken in the 1870s, but I'm still not certain. I knew from my earlier research that all three of my great-grandfather's brothers eventually wound up farming in Kansas, after stops in Washington, D. Louis than a small town in Kansas that wasn't organized until 1871.

.10 per hundred, maroon cards were

Compared to primrose or pearl cards noted earlier which were $1.10 per hundred, maroon cards were $1.20 and black were $1.30 per hundred.

The jackets seem to indicate a photo taken in the 1870s, but I'm still not certain. I knew from my earlier research that all three of my great-grandfather's brothers eventually wound up farming in Kansas, after stops in Washington, D. Louis than a small town in Kansas that wasn't organized until 1871.

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Compared to primrose or pearl cards noted earlier which were $1.10 per hundred, maroon cards were $1.20 and black were $1.30 per hundred.The jackets seem to indicate a photo taken in the 1870s, but I'm still not certain. I knew from my earlier research that all three of my great-grandfather's brothers eventually wound up farming in Kansas, after stops in Washington, D. Louis than a small town in Kansas that wasn't organized until 1871.

.20 and black were

Compared to primrose or pearl cards noted earlier which were $1.10 per hundred, maroon cards were $1.20 and black were $1.30 per hundred.

The jackets seem to indicate a photo taken in the 1870s, but I'm still not certain. I knew from my earlier research that all three of my great-grandfather's brothers eventually wound up farming in Kansas, after stops in Washington, D. Louis than a small town in Kansas that wasn't organized until 1871.

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Compared to primrose or pearl cards noted earlier which were $1.10 per hundred, maroon cards were $1.20 and black were $1.30 per hundred.The jackets seem to indicate a photo taken in the 1870s, but I'm still not certain. I knew from my earlier research that all three of my great-grandfather's brothers eventually wound up farming in Kansas, after stops in Washington, D. Louis than a small town in Kansas that wasn't organized until 1871.

.30 per hundred.The jackets seem to indicate a photo taken in the 1870s, but I'm still not certain. I knew from my earlier research that all three of my great-grandfather's brothers eventually wound up farming in Kansas, after stops in Washington, D. Louis than a small town in Kansas that wasn't organized until 1871.



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