Cartes de Visite  -  Portraits

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Cartes de visite were popular from the 1850s until around 1900.  They were photos measuring about 3.5"x2.25" mounted on trade cards measuring about 4" x 2.5".

The photographer's name and address usually appeared on the back of the card.

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Carte de Visite  -  Photographer: FE Bailey  Carte de Visite (back)  -  Photographer: FE Bailey

F E Bailey

 

Carte de Visite  -  guard  -  Photographer: Bashford

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William T Bashford

William T Bashford

 

Carte de Visite from the studio of George J Brewster, Howard Place, Edinburgh      Carte de Visite from the studio of George J Brewster, Howard Place, Edinburgh

George J Brewster

 

Carte de Visite from the St ANdrews Studio of Thomas Buist  -  Two Ladies

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Thomas Buist

Thomas Buist

 

Carte de visite of a Lady, hand coloured  - by Brown, Barnes & Bell

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Brown, Barnes & Bell

Brown, Barnes & Bell

 

 

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

 

 

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