|Two Hook Scenics|
Two W.E. Hook Scenic oversize cabinet cards. Each mount is 5 x 8 and identified recto embossed 'The W.E. Hook Wholesale View Co. - Colorado Springs, Colo.' One image is identified in he negative as 'Cathedral Spires, Garden of the Gods. 163.'
|The Terrace in Central Park by Newsboy|
Horizontal cabinet card by famed photographer of the theater, Newsboy of New York. This unusual Newsboy subject featurs the Terrace in Central Park, New York City. With his photographic logo mount recto and titled in the negative '97. The Terrace C...
|National Monument of the Forefathers|
Cabinet card of the National Monument of the Forefathers located in Plymouth, Massachusetts. With C.H. Rogers photographric stamp mount recto with detailed history of this monument on mount verso. Construction began with the cornerstone being laid Au...
|Elite Bar & Cafe and Crystal Billiard Hall Albumen|
Large format albumen of the exterior of the Elite Bar & Cafe and Crystal Billiard Hall. Measures 7-1/2 x 9-1/2 on a larger stained tan mount.
|Fort Marion - St. Augustine Photographs|
Two images of the old Fort of San Marco (now renamed Fort Marion in honor of General Francis Marion), a well-preserved specimen of Spanish military architecture, begun, it is supposed, about 1656 and finished in 1756. Each image is of a closeup view ...
|Cedar Lake Choir Photographs|
Four images of the Cedar Lake Choir at picnic in the wilderness or park. Identied in period hand mount verso. Circa 1894 to 1897. Various sizes from 9-1/2 x 7-1/2 to 6 x 8.
|Central Park, New York City|
Oversize cabinet card of a building under construction in Central Park, New York. 5-1/4 x 8-1/2 dark mount with gilded edging. Identified mount verso in period hand. Circa 1884.
|Boy and His Drum Cabinet Card|
Image of a young child or drummer boy sitting on a log with his drum next to him. He holds small cane; the drumsticks are on top of the drum and near by is his cap.
|The Foundlings Home Albumen|
Unmounted albumen of the Foundlings Home overlooking the river. Measures 4-1/4 x 6-1/8. Circa 1890.
|Exterior Unmounted Albumen|
5 x 7-3/4 unmounted albumen of a beachfront. With description in unlegible hand mount verso. Circa 1890.
|Horse Pull Toy, Hoop Cabinet Card|
One cabinet card with three children. One holds a toy hoop, another a book and the middle girl stands in front of a horse pull toy.
|Firenze - Gail La Flora Unmounted Albumen|
Unmouted albumen from Italy of a painting. Titled in the negative '256. FIRENZE - Gail. Uffizi - La Flora (Tiziano).' 7-1/2 x 10.
|African American Man Cabinet Card|
Interior image of an African American man holding a derby.
|Twins Cabinet Card|
Cabinet card of two men who appear to be identical twins.
|Barber College Albumen|
Measures 6-3/4 x 4-1/2 on a larger tan mount with one corner chipped. Group of students and the mascot stand in front of the college entrance. Circa 1880.
|Theatricals - Actors Photographs|
Two albumen images slightly smaller that CDVs, trimmed to mount. Each measures approximately 3-1/2 x 2-1/2. One is an actor in full costume, the second image two actors in costume.
|Lady with a Crutch Cabinet Card|
Image of a young woman with one crutch under her arm - medical anomaly cabinet card.
|Woman With a Stereoviewer|
Cabinet card of a lady standing next to a table with a stereroviewer and a stack of stereoviews next to her. Circa 1885.
|Medical Anomaly CDV|
Image of a lady with some type of spinal disease that distorts her trunk and head.
|President and Mrs. James A. Garfield Cabinets|
A pair of cabinet cards of the former U.S. President and his wife. Identified mount recto. His cabinet card also includes mount recto the dates and location of his birth and death.
Image of a man with his Civil War GAR badge on his cap.
|Fraternal Cabinet Card|
Fraternal Officer Cabinet Card. In full dress uniform holding his sword.
|Hunter and Dog Cabinet Card|
French cabinet card of a hunter with his trusty rifle (or shotgun) and his dog.
|Identified Civil War Soldier CDV|
Identified mount verso in period hand. W.O. Dexter, of Corning Steuben Co. NY. With revenue stamp mount verso.
|Newsboy of the Actress Corinne|
Image of the actress Corinne holding a mandolin by Newsboy of New York. Identified with photographer stamp mount recto. Some foxing. Numbered 53 mount recto and in the negative.
|Second Hand Furniture Store|
Cabinet card of a second-hand furniture store in New York city. The proprieter stands out front. Circa 1885.
|Sarony Cabinet Card of Theo|
Actress Theo cabinet card by New York photographer Sarony. Identified mount recto.
|Actress Marie Jansen by Falk|
Cabinet card of actress Marie Jansen in costume. With Falk's stamp and her name mount recto. Marie Jansen (1882-83), born in Boston, Massachusetts and died in Milford, Massachusetts. Marie Jansen, whose real name was Harriet Marie Johnson, made her ...
|Butchers With Knives, Meat Cleaver|
CDV of two butchers. One holds a meat cleaver. The second butcher holds a knife and is sharpening it. The both stand in front of a small table, probably used to cut meat. Excellent occupatonal.
|Wedding - Bride & Groom Cabinet Cards|
Two clear, crisp and well-toned cabinet cards of couples on their wedding nights. Two grand images of matrimony with the ladies in bridal gowns and veils; the men in their finest. Circa 1885.
|Miss Barry Cabinet Card|
Mora of New York cabinet card of the actress Miss Helen Barry. Trimmed corners. Helen Barry (d.1904) was a British actress. She performed in 'Arkwright's Wife' at London's Adelphi Theatre in 1875. In 1880 Barry played Mrs. Arabella Buster in 'Forbidd...
|French Tissue Stereoview|
Image of a large fountain at the top of stairs. Hand-tinted with some minor tears.
|Adele Purvis Onri Newsboy Cabinet|
Numbered "110" both in the negative and mount recto along with Newsboy stamp and identification. Great pose of this famous actress.
|Newsboy of the Actress Corinne|
Image of the actress Corinne holding a mandolin by Newsboy of New York. Identified with photographer stamp mount recto.
|Man Above a Ravine|
Oversize cabinet card of a man sitting atop rocks above a ravine. 5 x 8 mount; possibly by Stoddard.
|Wedding Couples Cabinet Cards|
Two cabinet cards of couples on their wedding nights. Two grand images of matrimony with the ladies in bridal gowns and veils; the men in their finest.
|CDV of a Dog|
German image of a dog. A hand is seen in the bottom right corner near his paw.
|Interior: Grady Truck Body Company|
8 x 10 silver photograph of the Grady Truck Body Products Company of Chicago. On linen with photographer's stamp mount verso.
|Wedding Couples Cabinet Cards|
Two cabinet cards of couples on their wedding nights. Two grand images of matrimony with the ladies in bridal gowns and veils; the men in tuxedos.
Image of a Catholic priest in his cassocks. Circa 1880.
|Girl with a Doll|
CDV of a young child holding a large doll.
|Girl with Cabinet Card Album|
Cabinet card of a young child holding a cabinet card album. A page is open with one cabinet card inside the sleeve.
CDV of train conductor or motorman in England.
|Children with Dolls, Toy Goat|
Two cabinet cards. One is of two young children - sisters. One holds a doll. The second younger girl sits on a chair with a toy goat on her lap. Second image is a larger cabinet card of a young girl with a big bow in her hair. She too holds a doll.
|Woman Doing Chores - Young Maid Cabinet|
Cabinet card of a young lady holding a broom and bucket while pouring a cup of water. She is wearing a maid's uniform. Great women's occupational
|Cabinet Card of Religious Figure|
Photograph of a priest or reverend holding a bible.
Cabinet card of a group of four gandy dancers standing in a rail yard. Circa 1900. Slightly trimmed mount, lower right.
|Russian CDV of a Girl with a Doll|
Great Russian CDV of a young girl stnding next to her rather large doll - nearly knee-height. Crisp and clear with great tonality.
|Harry Green as Abner Hicks|
Cabinet card of the actor in costume by Robinson & Roe of New York. Identified mount recto along with photographer's stamp.
|Russian Solider and Wife|
Cabinet card of a Russian soldier and his wife. Circa 1900.