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1851, London, Great Exhibition, ordered by EXHIBITION CATALOGUE NUMBER

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Exhibition: 1851, London, Great Exhibition More from this exhibition >
Exhibit number: 220.01, v 1, Class 10, United Kingdom  

Photographer: Horne, Thornthwaite & Wood More by this photographer >
Full title: Daguerreotype Apparatus consisting of an adjusting back camera, with compound achromatic lens, an improved bromine and iodine box, with contrivance for transferring the prepared plate to the frame of the camera, mercury box, plate-box, chemical-chest, buffs, plate-holders, gilding stand, tripod, &c. The parts of the apparatus are so arranged that the process may be entirely performed in the light without the necessity of a dark room. [Extracted from longer entry]
Process: Not Listed   [Apparatus] More by this process >

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Exhibitor: Horne, Thornthwaite & Wood  

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