PPTT10.
Sixth-plate Tintype of two women in Zouave outfits. Great image. Housed in a full leather case. VG. $350

  
PPTT13.
Tintype measuring 3 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ of a woman on a prop horse in a studio. For your “silly horse” collection. VG. $75

  
PPTT14.
Two men, look like they are related, one seated on swing. Base of both head clamps are visible. Nice backdrop. One man has a cigar in his hand. Definitely odd. 4″ x 2 1/2.” VG. $40

     
PPTT22.
Darnell, Cumberland, Md. Tintype measuring 3 1/4″ x 2 1/8″ of a young man holding a pistol. The back of this paper mat is a listing of photographic books and manuals. VG. $75


PPTT40.
Tintype, 3 1/2″ x 2 1/2″ of a political gentleman holding a map reading at top “Town of Bristol” and a sign for Representative Hayes. G. $150


PPTT44.
Tintype, 3 1/4″ x 2 3/8″ of two men with firearms, looks like a rifle and a double-barreled shotgun. G. $75


PPTT55.
Large framed painted wedding Tintype. Opening showing image measures 9″ x 7.” Entire frame measures 16.5″ x 14.5.” Beautifully matted and framed. Couple stand by table with their wedding vows. VG. $500


PPTT59.
Tintype, 5 1/2″ x 4 1/4,” of David & Thomas Havens, as labeled on back of image. G-. $40


PPTT61.
Tintype, 3 1/2″ x 2 3/16″ of a one-armed woman. VG. $125

Man on Crutches Tintype
PPTT71. Tintype, 4″ x 2 5/8″ of a man on crutches.VG. $150

Family Meal Tintype Family Meal Tintype
PPTT75. Quarter-plate tintype of a family gathering around the table for a meal. Unusual topic for a tintype. Could this be the photographer’s family? We’ll never know. Housed in a half leather case. G. $250

Cowboy Tintype Cowboy Tintype
PPTT76. Tintype, 3″ x 2.25,” of what appear to be 4 cowboys in from the trail. Housed in a mat and preserver, no case. VG. $175

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PPTT83. Tintype, 3.5″ x 2.5″ housed in a quarter plate half case of two men with double-barrell shotguns. One has his gun open and is loading a new shell. Both men are adorned with strings of dead squirrels. VG. $275

Flag Tintype
PPTT87. Ninth-plate tintype of full standing gentleman with cane and hat standing by a huge American Flag. Housed in mat, preserver, and glass, without case. VG. $250

Tintype Locket Tintype Locket
PPTT95. Locket, 1.5″ in diameter, with two tintypes. Locket does not snap shut. VG. $65


PPTT110. Sixth-plate tintype of what I’m guessing is a mother and son. Fine pose, sad, thoughtful looks on their faces. Housed in a full leather case. VG. $75


PPTT113. Tintype, 3.25″ x 2.375.” Interesting and very modern pose of 4 friends. VG. $75


PPTT118. Tintype, 3.5″ x 2.25″ of two women seated before a Statue of Liberty backdrop. VG. $150


PPTT120. Sixth-plate tintype of two gentlemen who I think are fishermen. Man on right looks like he has a wrapped fishing pole on his back. The other man may have one as well. Housed in a mat, glass, and preserver, no case. $75


PPTT121. Half-plate tintype of 9 men posed in a primitive studio. The eyes of at least 5 of them men are odd, and it’s possible that some of these men are blind. The tintype has some wrinkles and is housed in a full leather case. G. $450


PPTT125-ss18. Impressive, excellent tintype of elderly gentleman housed in a half leather case. Has a folk art look to it. E. $75


PPTT133. A number of years ago I purchased a collection of material related to W.E. Bowman, photographer in Ottawa, Illinois. The material was collected by James Jensen who wrote the book “W.E. Bowman, General Photographer,” in 1979. Included in the collection was this ninth-plate tinted tintype of a woman. Inside the case, behind the tintype is handwritten “W.E. Bowman Artist” and “50 cts, ’60.” Also on paper behind the image is written “W.E. Bowman Artist, 50 cts in 1860.” I believe that both of these handwritten notations are in Bowman’s hand. This is one of the only cased images I’ve ever seen by Bowman who learned photography in 1857 from DeWitt S. Rawson, a photographer from Peru, Illinois. VG. $100


PPTT134. Tintype, 3.5″ x 2.375″ of an unidentified performer. VG. $50