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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

    These words came immediately to mind 'Tales of the Future Past' and I was not sure of where I got those words.

    There is writer using them...synchronicity...I never read his stuff...




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    Canadian soldier during World War I. This is a contact print from a 5x7 glass plate negative.

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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

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    Contact print from a 5x7 glass plate negative.

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    I've owned this plate for years and can't remember how I came to own it. It's in beautiful shape and is a whole plate size.
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    That is fantastic, a story told.

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    I've owned this plate for years and can't remember how I came to own it. It's in beautiful shape and is a whole plate size.
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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

    My father carried a couple of cameras around Europe when he was in WWII. One was a 6x9 glass plate camera. It seems like he said it was an Agfa but I wouldn't swear to it.

    These were shot between 1940 and 1945 in Belgium, France, England and the Netherlands. Unfortunately I never knew the locations and there are no markings.
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    Here are a couple more images from my dads WWII photos. All from 6x9 glass plates. The dos some of them were in was marked Gevert plates.
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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

    Very nice also

    I have prewar prints of my father in USA uniform, but no idea how they were made

    and one of mother with her tiny trailer she lived in for the duration in LA

    I think I posted those here some time ago
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tin Can View Post
    Very nice also

    I have prewar prints of my father in USA uniform, but no idea how they were made

    and one of mother with her tiny trailer she lived in for the duration in LA

    I think I posted those here some time ago
    My father was born in 1919 and is the front center soldier in the first two images and the person up the telephone pole.

    I should start another thread in the small format section. I have quite a few rolls of 35mm negs of street scenes in Paris and Antwerp during that period. I also have a number of military images of many tanks and equipment.

    I thought today about starting a thread on old photo albums and vintage CDV and cabinet cards. I’d also like to include old wetplate and Daguerre types. I’ve picked up some pretty nice images and old albums over the decades and would like to share them. I have one beautiful album shot in San Francisco in 1900 of the 4th of July parade downtown and steam ships in the bay. The prints are all beautiful including some panoramas and are toned in a warm rust color.

    I’d love to share these and see others images.

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    Re: 19th Century Glass Plate Negatives

    Cameron, THanks for these. I truly appreciate their unique sharpness.

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    Re: Vintage Glass Plate Negatives

    Years ago I bought a 4x5 contact frame, advertised with no glass. The seller threw in a piece of glass as a bonus. Was this plate:

    0131 by Scott, on Flickr

    Told me to wash off the emulsion and it'd be good as new. Couldn't believe that.

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