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Hello. Please help me identify this pleasant elderly gentleman, albumen print by Maull and Polyblank.
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The two portraits are very close, but there are just slight differences in pose, and enough to identify two negatives. Nice portraits.
Thanks, Tony !
John Campbell, 1st Baron Campbell
see National Portrait Gallery for copy of same photograph
by Maull & Polyblank, published by David Boguealbumen print, arched top, published February 18577 7/8 in. x 5 3/4 in. (200 mm x 147 mm) image sizePurchased, 1981NPG x14259
John, Lord Campbell, Lord Chief Justice
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