Information and discussion on all aspects of British photographic history
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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 material and other 20th-century images, particularly European, to today's contemporary art photography market.
I am a member of AIPAD, the Daguerreian Society, and a founding member of the Getty Museum's Photography Council.
I also write the E-Photo Newsletter, which has the largest circulation of any publication devoted to Photography Collecting.
My websites include:
You don't want to miss this spectacular event. The 19th-century Photography Show on Saturday, Oct. 22nd in NYC will have 100 top photo dealers from ten countries participating. It will be the world's largest show ever for 19th-century Photography with booths and table tops. It will be held on the entire 2nd floor of the Wyndham New Yorker Hotel near Penn Station on 8th Avenue at 34th Street from 9:15 am-4:15 am for the table top areas, and until 6 pm for the booth areas.
Posted on September 28, 2016 at 16:00
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:
Posted on March 11, 2012 at 18:47
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…
Posted on December 3, 2011 at 21:00