Dennis A. Waters, Fine Daguerreotypes
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T-1059. HANDSOME YOUNG MAN. This tin is in nice condition. His cheeks and tie are lightly tinted. It has great contrast. $65

SNAP-1341. WINDOW LIGHT. This snap measures nearly 3.5 x 4.5. It is in good condition with some light marks. $65
CC-991. LADY ROWER. This cabinet card has some marks and little spots as well as some wear on the mount. Written in pencil on the back is: "Alice Grover." It's an unusual image for sure. $85
T-1057. BROTHERS. This whole plate tintype measures 7.75 x 10. The image is in good condition with some light marks. The left edge was obviously not completely poured. $135
A-168. LIGHT EYES. This sixth plate image is in very nice condition; the marks you might see are in the glass. The only dark parts of his eyes are the pupils. His cheeks are lightly tinted. The contrast is excellent. He comes in a whole case. $85
CDV-1061. A NEW WAGON. I can hear the photographer now: "Kids, stand back there now an don't move!" The image is by E.R. Estabrook of Hoosick Falls, NY. The image is in good condition with some light marks. The corners are a bit worn. $110
CC-958. IMPERIAL CARD. This image comes from the Misses Garrity in Chicago. The photo is in nice condition. I love the background wall. $50
SNAP-1343. SNOW AND BABY.This snap measures 3.5 x 3.5. It has a few creases and little spots. $14
T-1058. JUST LOUNGING AROUND. This tintype measures 3.75 x 5. The image has some light marks and scuffing visible at an angle. $75
OP-1350. BACKYARD BAND. They look like they were ready for some serious fun. The photo measures 8 x 10. The photo is in good condition with some light marks and spots on the mount. I think the back reads, "Seese Orchestra of Ogletown, PA 1924." $45
CC-990. CHURCH GROUP. This cabinet card has some light marks and edge wear. The photographer was Lamson of Portland, ME. The back tells us it was 1884 and that it was given to Rev. S. W. Adriance as a parting gift. $65
RPPC-1087. DONALD AND MERLE Oakley. They were 10 and 6 years old. The image is in good condition with some light marks. $75
CDV-1060. OH! WHAT WILL NURSE SAY? This filler card is well done and has good tinting. The photo has some light marks and fade. $55
SNAP-1342. HAPPY COWBOY. These snaps measure 3.5 x 4.5. Each has some light marks and some from glue on the back. They are dated 1959 and were probably taken in England. $35
A-167. BLUE TIE. This sixth plate ambrotype comes in a whole case with a worn spine. Keenan, Philadelphia is marked on the pad but written in the bottom of the case is something else: "Saml - Lodge Artist 1859-June 23," followed by "John A. Storey." The image is not sealed and there is some dust under the glass, which you can see in the scan. The image is in nice condition. $125
RPPC-1088. DOUBLE PORTRAIT. This postcard has some light marks on the front made from glue on the back. $45
T-1060. HAPPY MOM, SOUR BOY. This pair of tintypes is in good condition with some light marks. It's hard to tell how far apart they were taken. $60
CDV-1062. HUGGING HER PUPPY. This CDV is an unusual one. The image has a hand inked border around it. The image has some light marks and there was a tear in the albumen before it was mounted. The photographer was Bennett of Worcester and Malvern, England. $85
OP-1349. TRAIN WRECK. Each of these cyanotypes measures 8 x 10. The photos have some light marks and fade. The photos have a nice detail and I love the little boy framed in the open train car door. $175
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