Here is an 1875 rare full plate Ferro-Chromo tintype of a young man with a slight pink tinge to his cheeks. I believe the ferro chromo process was developed in 1875 by C.S. Harley and E.Braby in Arlington MA. This tintype has the original paper label on the back which says:(registered in the patent office, Ferro chromo, October 19th 1875, copied by C. S. Harley & Co. Arlington MA., Sole investors C. S. Harley & E. Braby) The entire frame measures 14 1/2" by 12 1/2", The inner matting and tintype measure 9 1/2" by 7 1/2" and just the oval tintype measures approx. 7 3/4" by 5 3/4". This all original piece of photographic history is in good condition with the exception of distress to the frame (see pix), and wear commensurate with age
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Item ID: RL4116
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