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Interesting 1920s gelatin silver photograph showing a beautiful young girl or bride in a casket wearing a white dress and long veil. She is surrounded by many funeral flowers.

Off to the right of the photo is a clock showing 12:10. Typically, these clocks are used to tell the person's age. In this case, 12:10 would mean 12 years, 10 months old, although to me, she looks a bit older. Depending on her age, she is either wearing a communion or bridal veil.

Photographer was E. Stern, Northampton, Pennsylvania.

Mount is 12.5" x 11". Plain back.

Photo is in excellent condition overall. Ignore the silvering/glare along the bottom and right corner of photo; in person, these are barely visible.


Post Mortem Photo / Beautiful Young Girl or Bride in White in Coffin / Death Clock

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