D71.
Andrieux. Daguerreotype measuring 5″ x 3 1/2″ in passe-partout wall frame measuring 7″ x 5 3/4.” Tarnish ring around image. Writing on back indicates image was taken “18 mars 1855.” (5577) $775


D78.
Quarter-plate daguerreotype of two seated gentlemen with their arms on each other. Image has been resealed and is housed in a half-leather case. (5681) $750


D79.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of “William A. Willard when a boy.” Nice seated image of this elaboratively dressed young man. Resealed, in split leather case. (5698) $375

Root Half Plate Daguerreotype Root Half Plate Daguerreotype Root Half Plate Daguerreotype Root Half Plate Daguerreotype
D85.
Root’s Gallery, Philadelphia. Half-plate daguerreotype of woman with her two children. Child on her right is holding a hoop. Image has been resealed, glass has not been replaced. Slip of paper with image reads “Grandmother Beute? with father on her left & Uncle Harry on her right he holding a hoop. Elsie Beute.” Housed in a full case, split leather case with top slat on case bottom missing. Root’s imprint on red velvet of front of case. Front of leather case shows an eagle. $875


D93.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of affectionate mother and daughter. Girl’s dress in nicely tinted. Few small mat abrasions, slight tarnish ring, otherwise plate is clean. Housed in half leather case. Resealed. $275


D98.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of workman, well dressed, but unusual in that his sleeves are rolled up as if for work. Wears suspenders and watch key on chain around neck, light tinting. Housed in split leather case. $650


D105.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of serious looking young boy. Cheeks tinted. Tarnish ring, resealed, new cover glass. Housed in half leather case. $150


D127.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a large impressive home with columned entranceway. A few small black scratches? on plate, one at second floor right window. Resealed, housed in full leather case. VG. $2500


D193.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a mother with her baby. There are some nicks to the plate at lower left, some brown spots and tarnish. Remnants of the old seal are preserved behind the image. This image was purchased at the September 2006 auction at Royka’s Auction Gallery in Boston and is from the Jack Naylor Collection. Plate has been resealed and reglassed in 1994. Plate mark is JG Moffett. Housed in a half leather case. $175


D194.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a brother and sister holding hands. This image was purchased at the September 2006 auction at Royka’s Auction Gallery in Boston and is from the Jack Naylor Collection. Plate has minor dry stain at right near girl’s left hand, a bit of tarnish, slight mat abrasions. Resealed, housed in half leather case. $275


D243.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a German soldier and his wife housed in a full book-type case with “Souvenir” on the spine. There is a metal plate on the front of the case which may also say “Souvenir,” although it is unclear. Written on the inside of the case is “3 December 1853.” Resealed. G. $650


D245.
Original Daguerreian Broadside (12″ x 10″) for “Splendid Daguerreotype Miniatures, Taken in Every Style, by E.S. Hayden….” He must have been an itinerant daguerreotypist as the broadside has spaces for the entry of the town and the address where he would be located. A great display piece, ready for framing. VG. $150


D256.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a boy with his younger sister. This is a very moving image with the boys’ eyes staring aside into the distance. He has dark marks under his eyes as well. His hand holds tightly around his sister seated beside him. She holds a ball in her hands. There is one small brown spot in the background. The image has its original seals and is housed in a half leather case. VG. $1200


D275. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a gentleman with a far-away look in his eyes. Housed in a half leather case. G. $50

 
D281. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of a pre-Civil War American soldier in full dress uniform with sword and shako. Housed in a presentation case. Resealed. $1200


D300.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a boy standing on a table. Image has been resealed and is housed in a half-leather case. VG. $125


D342.
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a man in profile. Image has been resealed and is housed in a full leather case. VG. $795


D355.
Thiery, Artiste Photographe, Paris. Visible daguerreotype measures 5.5″ x 4.25″ framed in a passe-partout mat in a black thermoplastic frame measuring 14.5″ x 12 3/8.” There are few hairline cracks along the frame which remains very solid. Thiery’s label on verso. On tape on back is written: “Resealed March 1994, C. Wahren, New Haven, CT. Frame original to image.” This is a wedding daguerreotype with the groom at center, his bride at right and his mother-in-law at left. VG. $1800


D356.
Quarter-plate daguerreotype of two women, one in the process of knitting. Resealed, housed in a split, full leather case with top rail of case cover missing. VG. $650

Two Sisters MOP Case
D367.
Sixth-plate MOP book case with two beautiful lightly tinted daguerreotypes of sisters who closely resemble each other. On the spine of the case is printed “Token.” The case is in very good condition with working clasp. Images have been resealed at some time in the past. A very attractive package. VG. $500

 
D368.
Variant-sized quarter-plate daguerreotype (3 1/2″ x 4″) of a couple housed in a 10 1/2″ x 10″ ogee frame. She is holding a small book.  VG. $250

 2 Men in Hats Full Figure Daguerreotype
D375. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of two men with hats, full figure pose, standing with hands on table. Full-figure poses such as this are uncommon. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. $950

Daguerreotype of Young Couple, Man with Clarinet
D400. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a young couple. Man holds a clarinet, woman has a small book. Gold tinting. Green spot at very left of image. Resealed, housed in full leather case. VG. $950

Daguerreotype by Weston Daguerreotype by Weston
D408.
James P. Weston, NY. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of well-dressed gentleman in fancy white hat. Housed in a rare full leather case, Wolfert’s Roost (Berg 4-32). Resealed. James P. Weston was active as a daguerreian in NYC 1842-1857. VG. $650

Post Mortem Daguerreotype Post Mortem Daguerreotype Post Mortem Daguerreotype
D413. Sixth-plate post mortem daguerreotype of mother and child identified on case as “Catherine Wagner, Mother-Mary E. Hacker? Photo of baby in death.” Resealed, housed in a half leather case. VG. $650

Framed Daguerreotype of Bearded Man
D422. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a bearded man in attractive frame. The frame measures 8″ x 7.” There are several chips in the molding, at bottom left corner, top right corner, and along the right side. There is some writing on the wood on the back of the frame that is difficult to make out. Part of it appears to read “Oct. 185-.” The image is sealed and wrapped, the paper backing of the frame is frayed and loose. G. $200

Daguerreotype of a Multiple Daguerreotype
D428. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a daguerreotype of multiple daguerreotypes. Old reseal, housed in a half-leather case. VG. $900

Pre-Civil War Soldier Daguerreotype Brady Case Brady Case
D439. 
Pair of sixth-plate daguerreotypes of the same man. First is when he was younger and it is housed in a case with “M.B. Brady, Case Maker, N.Y.” embossed on the outside of the full leather case. The second is when he is older and is a soldier, probably mid-1850’s. This image is tinted and housed in a full leather case. Both images are resealed and in very nice condition. VG. $1500

2 Daguerreotype Same Man, One Smoking Pipe
D448. 
Pair of sixth-plate daguerreotypes of the same man. In one he is smoking a pipe with smoke coming out of the bowl. My guess is that the “smoke” is probably the result of some plate manipulation. Both dags are resealed and housed in a full, split leather case. G. $450

Handsome Quarter Plate
D450. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of a very handsome young gentleman. Looks like original seals or very old reseal. Housed in a half leather case. VG+. $425

Post Mortem Post Mortem
D453. Sixth-plate daguerreotype post mortem of a man. There are a couple scratches to the right of the man’s head and one lighter one that comes down from the top of the image into his forehead that is visible in glancing light. Resealed, housed in full leather case. G. $435

Violinist Daguerreotype Violinist Daguerreotype
D460. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a violinist. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. G. $650

Post Mortem Daguerreotype Post Mortem Daguerreotype
D473. 
Sixth-plate post mortem daguerreotype of a young man. Resealed, housed in a full leather case about to split at spine. VG. $350

Daguerreian pendant Daguerreian pendant
D476. Daguerreian pendant of little child with image measuring 2″ x 1 5/8.” Back compartment for hair is empty without covering. G. $175

Daguerreotype of seated boy
D481. Sixth-plate tinted daguerreotype of a seated boy looking a bit frightened by the ordeal. Original seals, housed in a half leather case. VG. $175

Half-plate daguerreotype of couple Half-plate daguerreotype of couple
D495. Half-plate daguerreotype of a middle-aged couple. The man almost has a smile. Original seals, housed in a split, full leather case with right and bottom slats of the cover missing. VG. $475

Daguerreotype of couple, man in top hat
D505. 
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a well-dressed couple, man in near profile, wearing top hat. Original seal removed and image has been resealed. Since this image had original seals when I obtained it, the white area at lower right cannot be from cleaning and it is appears like something I’ve not seen on dags before. Housed in a half leather case. G. $250

Daguerreotype of Attractive Couple
D510. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of an attractive, well-to-do couple. On seal: “Reglassed & resealed July 1994, C. Wahren, New Haven CT. Stamped with 6 petal flower. ‘Double’ over lamb?, crescents & ‘A Gaudin’, & ’40’. pl. corners rounded off. Mike Ringo 11-5-94.” Housed in full, split leather case. $500

Identified Grandmother and 3 Children daguerreotype Identified Grandmother and 3 Children daguerreotype Identified Grandmother and 3 Children daguerreotype
D511. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of “Grandmother Page, David, Mary, and Suzie.” This was written on old seal which is saved. Housed in a full thermoplastic case (Berg 3-182, Geometric). On new seal: “resealed, cover glass replaced 10/96 MKR. Plate mark: E. White Maker, NY. Finest Quality.” VG. $450

Elder Gentleman daguerreotype
D549. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of an elder gentleman. Resealed, housed in a half leather case. VG. $100

1840's daguerreotype of gentleman 1840's daguerreotype of gentleman 1840's daguerreotype of gentleman
D557. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a handsome gentleman. The rectangular mat was used 1843-’46. The case if also from that period. The single flower on the velvet appeared in 1846 so that’s the best date for this daguerreotype. Original seals, housed in full leather case. VG. $500 

French daguerreotype in Passe-partout frame French daguerreotype in Passe-partout frame French daguerreotype in Passe-partout frame
D569. Half-plate French daguerreotype of a distinguished-looking gentleman. He holds something in his hand, possibly a pen. He is posed before a scenic backdrop. Housed in a passe-partout mat in thermoplastic frame. There is a name written on the back of the frame that I cannot make out. VG. [5586]  $500

Daguerreotype by Derussy D583a D583b
D583. Framed Daguerreotype by Derussy. This beautiful image measures approximately 4″ x 3″ and is masterfully framed as shown. Frame measures 7.75″ x 6.5.” The arms of the chair are tinted. Derussy’s label is mounted on verso. There is a hook adhered at top for hanging which I have covered with cloth so as not to damage my scanner bed. VG. $1200

Daguerreotype of Boy with Book
D584. Daguerreotype approximately 4″ x 3″ in passe partout measuring 6″ x 5.” The young man is holding a book and there is a white top hat on the table by his side. There is some staining at the right of the image.  Hook at top for hanging. G. $200

Daguerreotype of Woman with ID Plaque
D585. 
Sixth-plate unusual daguerreotype of a rather large woman holding a plaque identifying herself as “Mary Porter Aged 53.” Resealed, housed in a half leather case. G. $400

Daguerreotype of Man with Blue Books
D587. 
Sixth-plate daguerreotype of an interesting character with two highlighted blue books standing up. Titles cannot be read unfortunately. It’s a great looking package with blue velvet liner around the dag and a blue mat most definitely done intentionally. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. $500

Half Plate of Woman 1848 D597b
D597. Half-plate daguerreotype of attractive woman dated Oct. 1848. Resealed, housed in half leather case. G. $450

D601Langenheim Half Plate DaguerreotypeD601b
D601. Half Plate Daguerreotype by W. & F. Langenheim, Philadelphia, mid-late 1840’s. Plate has a swipe on the woman and could certainly benefit from gentle restoration. It has been resealed and is housed in a split and damaged full leather case. G. $675

Folk Painting Daguerreotype
D607. Ninth-plate tinted daguerreotype of a folk art painting of a forlorn-looking young boy leaning on his hand. Resealed, housed in a half case with hook for hanging. Top slat is loose. VG. $225

American Gothic Daguerreotype
D614. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of woman with large, dark eyes posed before a dark, devastated backdrop. Resealed, housed in a half leather case. VG. $200

Man with Dog daguerreotype Man with Dog daguerreotype D622b
D622. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a seated young man with his dog on chair by his side. Original seals replaced, housed in a full leather case. VG. $750

Daguerreian Cane Daguerreian Cane
D636. Daguerreian Cane. Image measures 1″ in diameter, cane measures 36.” VG. $2000

Oval Profile Daguerreotype Oval Profile Daguerreotype
D643.  Oval profile daguerreotype measuring 1.75″ x 1.5″ matted and framed in a 7.5″ x 6.25″ frame. Very nice image ready for wall hanging. Scratches are on the frame glass. VG. $200

Half-plate daguerreotype of woman D664a
D664. Half-plate daguerreotype of woman. Resealed, housed in a full, split leather case. G. $425

Carpenter Daguerreotype d685a
D685. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a carpenter with two planes on the table by his side. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. (8013). G. $1250


D712. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of a gentleman Image has scratches. Resealed, no case. G-. $45


D715. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of 12 people, 6 men, 6 women. Resealed, housed in a full leather case nearly split at spine. VG. $650


D717. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of serious-looking woman with her arm on the back of the chair. Good depth in the image. Original seals, housed in a half leather case. VG. $75


D733. Daguerreotype, 3.25″ x 4,” just a bit smaller than a full quarter-plate of a gentleman. Fine pose. Resealed, housed in a full, split leather case. VG. $250


D742. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a mother and child. Housed in a thermoplastic case (Berg 2-28, Wreath of Grapes). Image is resealed. Case has a crack line on one side but is firm. G. $100


D748. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of elderly woman. Image has old reseal and is housed in a full leather case, weak at the spine. G. $85

 
D752. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of what appears to be a distinguished jurist. There is a strip label on the back of the daguerreotype which reads: “Plate obtained without glass, matt or preserver, or case. 1973. Restored & re-cased. Harvey S. Zucker.” Housed in a full leather case repaired at spine. G. $95


D766. Sixth-plate occupational daguerreotype of a cooper in his workshop with many tools. The cooper is in the process of working on a barrel. Scratches as shown although content shines through on this image. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. G-. (8321) $2500


D768 & D769. Pair of quarter-plate daguerreotypes of portrait paintings. Both images have their original seals. Both are in complete cases but one case is split. VG. $750


D775. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of gentleman with a surveyor’s Vernier Compass. Image has been resealed and is housed in a full leather case. VG. (7953) $1500


D777. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of an affectionate scene of father and son. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. (6332) $750


D778. Sixth-plate tinted daguerreotype of a mother with her son who is standing on a chair at her side. She holds a small book or album tinted red and he holds a cane. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. (7198) $600


D780. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of two men, well-dressed, neat hats, one with his arm around the other. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. (7613) $1250


D783. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of two really cute young girls, one holding a doll. The girl on the right looks very concerned. Resealed, housed in a full, split leather case. VG. (7905) $600


D786. English daguerreotype, 4″ x 3,” of a gentleman, likely bereaved, showing a daguerreotype of his wife. There is a distinctive pillar to his side which is a clue to the studio where this image was made although it has not been identified. Housed in a full leather case. VG. $450


D787. Daguerreotype measuring 5.25″ x 6.25″ in an 11.25″ x 12.125″ period wooden frame. Image shows a family of 8, attractively posed. There is a scratch above the head of the girl on the left and a light wipe from that area. G. $995

Beckers & Piard  Beckers & Piard 
D801-D803. Beckers & Piard, NY. 3 half-plate daguerreotypes of a family. First is of a young woman; second, a gentleman I assume is her father; third an image of what I’m guessing is a son, daughter and mother. When obtained, the third daguerreotype was loose in the box and while it had the case and glass, it had no mat, hence the resulting damage. All three have been resealed. A new mat, not matching the other two has been added to this third image as it was the only mat I had available. The young lady is housed in a full, split leather case; the gentleman is housed in a full leather case nearly split at spine. The family image is housed in a full, split leather case with loose or separated, but present slats. All three have the Beckers & Piard’s imprint on the blue velvet mat. One image is VG, one G, one poor. $850


D808. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of three siblings. Housed in glass, mat, and preserver, no case. There are some scratches and marks as shown. G-. $75


D810. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of a couple. Resealed, housed in a half leather case. VG. $100


D813. Half-plate outdoor daguerreotype. Image is of a white house with white fence, barns, horse and buggy, and a man standing in front of the house. There are some scratches and wipes but still quite an image in the hand. Resealed, housed in a half leather case. G-. $1250


D830. Brady, NY. This half-plate daguerreotype of a family was taken in New York in 1853 at Brady’s Gallery at 359 Broadway between Leonard and Franklin Streets. His gallery was located at that address from 1853-1859. Image has tarnish ring and has been resealed. Housed in a full leather case with Brady’s imprint on the velvet. VG. $750


D832. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of young woman. Resealed, housed in a full leather case repaired at spine. VG. $125


D833. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a family. Resealed, housed in a full, split leather case. VG. $125


D836. Sixth-plate occupational daguerreotype of bearded workman in interesting hat and apron with hammer and chisel. Resealed in 2006 by Dennis Waters. Housed in a full leather case. (8322) VG. $2750


D840. Daguerreian locket, 3 daguerreotypes, 1 tintype. Diameter 1.5.” G. $150


D850. Sixth-plate occupational daguerreotype of a merchant with his white wagon. Resealed, housed in full thermoplastic case (Berg 3-75, Geometric) by Holmes, Booth & Hayden. (8320) VG. $3500


D851. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of a Rail Road Line coach. It’s a decorated coach and there are people within looking out the window. There is a dog on the ground beneath the coach. Five people sit up top. Resealed, housed in a full leather push-button case. (7361) VG. $7500


D855. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a painting of a woman. Original seals were replaced, housed in a full leather case. VG. $225


D856. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a man with chemical bottles on the table by his side. Maybe a pharmacist, a scientist, a chemist? Resealed, housed in a full, poorly repaired leather case. G. $850


D859. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a seated child holding a daguerreotype case which looks like a half-plate case. Resealed, housed in a half leather case. VG. $125


D868. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of an affectionate pose of mother and child. Old reseal in place, housed in a half leather case. VG. $95


D884. Fine sixth-plate daguerreotype of a folk art painting of a gentleman in profile. Resealed, remnants of original seal retained behind image. Housed in a full, split leather case (“The Arts,” Rinhart and Nolan 32). $325


D885. Sixth-plate tinted daguerreotype of a Civil War soldier. He’s probably a NYS soldier and he is wearing a private purchase cap. War period daguerreotypes of soldiers are rare as most of the images made during the period were tintypes, ambrotypes, or CDVs. The image is resealed and housed in a full leather case. G+. $3000


D888. French tinted post mortem daguerreotype in frame. The child is dressed in fine clothes and laid out on a bench for visitors to see. The plate measures 4″ x 4.75″ matted to 5″ x 5.875.” The frame is 7.75″ x 8.5.” VG. $1850

 
Case127. Sixth-plate thermoplastic case (Berg 1-104, Calmady Children). Daguerreotype of handsome gentleman within. Image is resealed. VG. $275

 
D891. Sixth-plate post-mortem daguerreotype of child laid out in coffin. Some wipes around top not where it counts. Resealed, housed in a wallet-like brown velvet case with a couple of tears on cover flap. Clasp works. G. $650


D892. Mascher’s Improved Stereoscope, Phila. Quarter-plate case. Image of a gentleman with cane. He is identified inside case as Charles Kaufman, Danell? January 29 1837 or 1857. So this date could be his birth date (1837) or the date the image was taken (1857). Looks like an old reseal. VG. $950


D897. Oval daguerreotype 2″ x 1.5.” Housed in a full, pebbled, black leather case. VG. $225

 
D898. Quarter-plate tinted daguerreotype of a young boy, his hat on the table by his side. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. $250


D899. Sixth-plate post-mortem daguerreotype of elderly woman. Old reseal, housed in a full leather case. G. $325


D903. Quarter-plate outdoor daguerreotype of 5 women and 3 men in a row in front of a large home. There are some wipes and light scratches but image views well. In the case is written “Mr. F. Green, Angus Vill sch co. NY.” Resealed, housed in a full leather case. G. $1000


D909. Quarter-plate Mascher stereoscopic daguerreotype of a woman. Resealed, housed in a full Mascher case. VG. $750


D910. Whitehurst. Quarter-plate Mascher stereoscopic daguerreotype of a gentleman. Resealed, housed in a full Mascher case. VG. $850


D911. Half-plate daguerreotype of a child in a carriage. Wipes and scratches but main figure remains clear. Housed in a mat, glass and 3 sides of the preserver, no case. G-. $175


D913. Hale. Ninth-plate daguerreotype of a bearded gentleman. There were several daguerreians named “Hale” practicing in Boston at the time. Image has its original seals and is housed in a “Boston” black, push-button case. VG. $150


D921. N.W. Bruce, Lockport, NY. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of father and child. Bruce operated from 1850-1861. Original seals, housed in a full leather case. VG. $150


Case34.
A.P. Critchlow & Co., Manufacturers of Daguerreotype Cases. A.P.C. & Co. are the Original Inventors of the Composition for the Union Case. Quarter-plate thermoplastic case Roger de Coverly and the Gypsies Fortune 1 (Berg 1-37). Case is in fine condition, tight and strong, without nicks or cracks except is missing velvet pad. There is an excellent and clean daguerreotype housed in the case, resealed. This image was purchased from photographer David Armstrong in Brooklyn, NY, Jan. ’09. VG+ $250


D926-ss34. Quarter-plate daguerreotype of a family. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. $150


D928. Double sixth-plate Union case (Berg 1-14, Mother Embracing Child 2) with two daguerreotypes by Anson, NY. One is tinted. Both images were resealed by Ken Appollo in the early 1990’s. there is one chip on the rim of the case, a few nicks, strong hinges, clicks shut. G. $250


D933. Fine sixth-plate daguerreotype of a family. Just check out those faces. Image has its original seals and is housed in a full leather case. VG. $125


D935. Sixth-plate daguerreotype labeled “E.R. Lincoln.” I have no idea who E.R. Lincoln was but a Google search finds a letter from Ida Tarbell to a Mrs. E.R. Lincoln, 307 W. Market St., Harisonburg, Va. Image is resealed and housed in a full leather case. VG. $100


D936. Sixth-plate vignetted daguerreotype of woman, resealed, housed in a full leather case. G. $65


D938. Fine sixth-plate daguerreotype of a serious looking gentleman. The lines on the right of the image are on the glass, not the image. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. $125


D942. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of gentleman with a chin beard. Resealed, housed in a full, split, leather case. VG. $95


D944-ss14. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of an older woman in bonnet. Resealed, housed in a full leather case, repaired at spine. VG. $55


D953. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a gentleman with his dog. Resealed, housed in a full, split leather case. VG. $750


D954. J. Gurney, NY. Fine sixth-plate daguerreotype of a gentleman in three-quarter post. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. $225


D956. Ninth-plate daguerreotype of bearded gentleman by “Taber & Co, Daguerreotypes, Corner Winter & Washington Sts., Boston,” imprinted on velvet mat. In addition, behind the image is a card for the daguerreotypists: “Taken with the Double Camera. For 25 Cents. By Taber & Co. successors to Tyler & Co. Cor. Winter & Washington Sts. Boston. 600 Daily. Beware of Imitators.” Image has its original seals and is housed in a full leather case. VG. $75


D957. Sixth-plate vignetted daguerreotype of woman. Housed in a full push-button Boston case. Resealed. VG. $65


D958. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of woman. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. G. $50


D959. Pair of sixth-plate daguerreotypes. The woman appears to be holding a case. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. VG. $95


D960. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a calm, pensive woman. Resealed, housed in a full leather case. E. $250


D961. Ninth-plate daguerreotype identified by note in back of case as “My Father, Chepachet Village. Edward W. Garfield, Gloucester R.I. Sheriff and Tax Collector for years. Mrs. Lizzie Garfield Moore. Agawan, Mass.”  The image has its original seals, is double matted and housed in a half leather case. G. $75


D964. Sixth-plate daguerreotype of a gentleman with a chin beard. Image has its original seals and is housed in a full leather case. VG. $95


D966. quarter-plate daguerreotype of a gentleman. Image has been resealed and has no case. VG. $95


D970. Fine sixth-plate daguerreotype of a rugged-looking gentleman. Image has been resealed and is housed in a full leather case.  VG. $150

 
D975. Pair of sixth-plate daguerreotypes in a fine flip case. Both images are resealed. VG. $150