JPCDV9.
No ID. Nagasaki. G. $100

The following 5 images are mounted on paper and measure approximately 4″ x 5 3/4.” They are all tinted, all g-vg.


JPCAB7.
 $50


JPCAB8.
 $50


JPCAB9.
 $50


JPCAB13.
 $50


JPCAB15.
 $50


JPCDV14.
No ID. Japanese rain coat. VG. $75


JPCDV17.
No ID. Temple. Street Nagasaki. VG. $75


JPCDV20.
No ID. Nagasaki. G. $75


JPCDV21.
No ID. Yokohama. VG. $75


JPCDV22.
No ID. Yokohama. VG. $50


JPCDV24.
No ID. Unidentified scene in Japan. VG. $50


JPCDV25.
No ID. View of Yokohama from the Bluff. Tinted. VG. $75


JPCDV26.
No ID. Diebutz? Yokohama. G. $45


JPCDV32. On back is written “Japanese? Barber?” I think it is Japanese but the man appears to be working on the other man’s ear. VG. $325


JPCDV37. Japanese Lady and Waiting Maid. Yokohama, Japan. 1873. G. $95


JPCDV38. Tinted CDV of unidentified woman. VG. $75


JPCDV41. Tinted CDV of unidentified woman. G. $75


JPCDV42. G. $75


JPCDV44. Japanese Temple. G-. $50


JPCDV49. Enoshima Japan. From the estate of the Cheney Family, silk magnates in Massachusetts, members of the family lived in Yokohama for years. G. $50

 
JPCDV50. Enoshima Japan. From the estate of the Cheney Family, silk magnates in Massachusetts, members of the family lived in Yokohama for years.  VG. $100


JPCDV51. Enoshima Japan. From the estate of the Cheney Family, silk magnates in Massachusetts, members of the family lived in Yokohama for years. G. $100


JPCDV53. Usui, Photographic Artist, Yokohama. Japanese woman holding Frank Cheney Farley, son of Katherine Sedgwick Cheney Farley & Gustavus Farley, Jr. Katherine was heir to the silk manufacturing fortune of the Cheney family in Massachusetts and she and her husband lived for years in Yokohama due to business commitments of her husband. VG. $200