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Here's the latest Newsletter, which covers this controversion subject: http://www.iphotocentral.com/news/issue_view.php/199/189 . Too much bad information has been circulating about this auction. The newsletter has a lot of other important stories as well, which are noted below:
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For those of you who might have missed the newsletter: E-Photo Newsletter Issue 185 11/4/2011
Fall auction coverage in New York, photo book reviews and more.
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I just purchased noted French pioneering photographer Henri Le Secq's camera. Here are some of the details.
Henri Le Secq: The Photographer's Camera and Equipment. , 9.44 x 11.81 in. (240 x 300 mm), a wooden camera attributed to the photographer Henri Le Secq and coming from his family with an invoice for it made out to Le Secq. It is 24 x 30 cm and has vertical and horizontal lifts and swings, a black bellows, and a ground glass with…
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The Latest E-Photo Newsletter is up online. It's nearly complete and will go out to our email readers tomorrow. You can see it here: http://www.iphotocentral.com/news/issue_view.php/194/184 .
Here are some of the articles that you'll find there:
--George Eastman House Charity Auction results
--Daguerreian Society holds 23rd symposium on October 27-30 in St. Petersburg, FL
--Tokyo Photo 2011: a…Continue
The Daguerreian Society's 23rd annual meeting will be held in St. Petersburg, FL, Oct. 27-30. Attendees from around the world will attend lectures, daguerreotype viewings, an auction and a trade fair that is open to the general public. The events will be held in the Hilton St. Petersburg Bayfront (333…Continue
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I am one of the world's largest private photography dealers and am interested in all areas of photo history from early 19th-century to contemporary. In the 19th-century area, I have a particular interest in quality early paper, including salt prints and paper negatives. I have one of the largest and most diverse paper negative collections (and early glass negatives--prior to 1865--as well) in private hands. Besides the 19th-century, my photographic interests extend to Between-the-Wars…Continue
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