5″ x 7″ Tintype of country hardware/grocery store with men and wagon out front. Sign at right is not reversed and reads “Yards and Stabling.” G. $300

3 1/4″ x 2 1/8″ Tintype of Lake Hopatcong, NJ Railroad Depot, several men waiting. G. $65

OUTTT22. Full plate outdoor tintype (6.5″ x 8.5″) of a pipe-smoking gentleman in his wagon with his perfectly behaved horse. VG. $175

OUTTT23. Ryno and Hester, Brooklyn, NY. 5 tintypes, approximately half-plates. One retains its paper mat with the stamp on verso of Ryno and Hester, Floyd St., Brooklyn, NY. A Second tintype has the following scratched on the back: “Taken on the Coney Island Boulevard at 11:30 AM Mrs. J.F. Dillont, A.P. Dillont March 20, 1886.” An amazing grouping of outdoor half-plate tintypes by identified Brooklyn photographers. VG. $750