RARE view, considering the early date (1906) of camera / lighting technology. Postally sent from Mount Pleasant PA, which likely means a Henry Clay Frick mine. Measures 3.5 x 5.5”, nice condition with tear /...
Stunning and unusual, with a showy late Victorian performer's sequins and developed in frame. Found in a late 19thc photographer's estate, likely abandoned for the dew drops at one elbow. Measures 8 x 10", cast...
Bizarre contraption and incredible details. Labeled only 'building a motor'. Rare glimpse, dates to 1900/10.
Measures 3.75 x 4.75”, thin paper with crease top right and edge tears repaired with archival tape.
Expertly dipped in striking palette of yellow, black, orange and charcoal.
Paint 95% intact, most noticeable wear on the handle and lip. Found in Pennsylvania.
Stands 7” including cork, 3.5” W at base.