Cartes de Visite  -  Portraits

Mac/Mc

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

Small Photos on c-d-v size mounts

GR MacKay  -  Carte de Visite -  Hats    GR Mackay  -  Back of a carte de visite  -  Hats

GR Mackay  -  Small photograph of two ladies  -  mounted on carte-de-visite size cards GR Mackay  -  Small photograph of two men  -  mounted on carte de visite size card

GR Mackay

 

  A carte de visite by McGlashon & Walker     The back of a carte de visite by McGlashon & Walker

McGlashan & Walker

 

  A carte de visite by McLauchlan, Edinburgh

McLauchlan

 

  Portrait of a man in military uniform from the studio of John McManus, High Street, Edinburgh

John McManus

 

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

 

 

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