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You are viewing a pretty girl carte photograph by T. Smith and Sons of Kings Lynn, Fakenham & Brigg. It is signed on the back by Charlotte f. folkes 1885. The girl, Charlotte, has long brown hair and a nice Easter bonnet. The back of the photo has line drawing graphics of birds and bamboo. The earliest cartes are from 1859 and had square corners. In order for the photos to slide smoothly into the albums, they started being made with rounded corners around 1872. But the square corners did come back again later in 1900, possibly as the use of albums became less popular. The card backing was quite thin with the earlier photos and got heavier as the years progressed. Those made after 1880 were very thick and sturdy. Carte-de-visite stopped being produced in the early 1900s.

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Antique Pretty Girl Carte Sepia Photograph Online Vintage, vintage clothing, home accents, vintage dress


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  • Vintage item from the 1800s
  • Material: paper
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