|The picture shows a view of all (8) Old Tin Type Photographs of People in this lot. One of these photographs is a miniature one in an oval paper card frame.|
The first photo is of a man and a woman, probably husband and wife. He is in a suit and tie and she is in a dark dress. This one has a backdrop with a seacoast scene.
The next photo is of a group of people, possibly a family. There are two women in dresses and hats, two young girls in dresses and hats, and a young boy wearing what appears to be a Civil War Soldier hat. There is a background with some sort of pillar.
Next is a photo of two seated men. One is in a suit and tie and the other has a jacket with a turtle neck. The man on the left has a watch chain with either a pocket watch or fob. He has some pins on his vest but they are too small to see. He also has some type of leg crutch. There is a seacoast backdrop behind them.
Next there is a photgraph of a young man in a hat and coat. On his coat there is an old pin back button, possibly political, but it is too small to see the details. He is standing by an old chair and there is a mural backdrop behind him.
Next is a photograph of a bearded man in a suit and bow tie. His cheeks are lightly tinted.
The next photo is of three Victorian women in dresses and hats. One is standing and two are seated. There is a floral mural backdrop behind them.
Next is a photo of a young lady with long hair. She is wearing a dress and is leaning on the back of an upholstered chair with tassels. She is wearing earrings.
The last photo in this lot is the miniature photo that was mentioned above. He is wearing a suit and a bowtie. He has a cross pin on his lapel. His cheeks are lightly tinted.
These photos vary a little in size but they measure around 2-1/2'' x 3-1/2''. These vary in condition as pictured with some wear and bends as these normally have. The first one has two trimmed corners.