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Tags: 1898, Devon, GlassPlates, London, Spaldings
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The notched negatives looks like a Frena camera neg.
Your negatives seem quite interesting however I think they would be even more so if you could scan a few. One doesn't need a special scanner to do this - just an ordinary flat-bed will do. I have a large collection of glass negatives from the Cochrane family and I have scanned the majority of them with my flat-bed scanner. Here's a link to my Flick.com set showing how I do it: http://www.flickr.com/photos/34370769@N07/sets/72157628719102071/ and you can see examples of the scans by just searching my photostream under "Cochrane"
Hope this is helpful.
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