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EGERTON DAGUERREOTYPES
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Does anyone have any information about the Egerton brothers, Jeremiah and John, who were the subject of litigation by Richard Beard in 1845? I have read what’s available (R. D. Wood, et al), but I am…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by michael g. jacob Oct 7, 2016.

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michael g. jacob commented on Michael Pritchard's blog post Video: The curious era of death photography
"Disappointing commentary, and poor or non-existent analysis of the photographs chosen to illustrate the theme. One example - the cdv of Daniele Manin, is meaningless when taken out of its historical context. The leader of the Venetian revolt against…"
May 28
michael g. jacob replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"There’s an extremely interesting and well-researched chapter entitled ‘Pavement Portraits’ in ‘The Victorians – Photographic Portraits” (Tauris Park Books, 1993) by Audrey Linkman. It includes a section on Beach…"
Apr 10
michael g. jacob replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"Plus one cut-out from an unidentified photographer..."
Apr 10
michael g. jacob replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"An interesting article on early photography in Great Yarmouth, though the technical details and terms are rough-and-ready: https://www.invisibleworks.co.uk/through-glass-great-yarmouth/ The boat used in a couple of illustrations also appears in two…"
Apr 10
michael g. jacob replied to Paul Godfrey's discussion Beach Photographers
"Beach photography seems to have started pretty much with the advent of the railways and day trips to the sea, I would imagine. I have quite a few ambrotypes and tintypes of the genre, which I'll attach here. AMBRO_2 is particularly interesting,…"
Apr 9

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A sample of English and European daguerreotypes from my collection can be seen on the DAGUERREOBASE website:

http://www.daguerreobase.org/it/browse/tmpl/index?f_string_collection_name%5B0%5D=Collection+Michael+G.+Jacob

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