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We have never lost a tintype with US Mail, certified signature-return-receipt (green card). In 1999, other local restorers did very little restoring. A few in our industry have been inspired to lowering their prices, and then raised them again.
Today, we preview a photograph then set a written price, owner-signed, copy furnished to you.
In place of Niépce, his partner, Louis Jacques Daguerre, an artist, took over the experiments.
He changed the name of the image to "Photographie" noting a positive, instead of a negative.
Our expert was first to restore 1834 tintypes while restorers saw 1920 as their antique. Each and every photo restore, especially our tintypes are team inspected for quality control. Competitors did not conform to our lower pricing any which way.
was born by John Ambrose who patented the American 'photograph' which was our first positive black & white image.If your seal is broken, your image will be a negative if tilted, then a positive when tilted back. The Ambrostype lasted until 1863, replaced by another popular photograph recipe.Patented on February 19th, 1856 by Hamilton Smith in the USA, (no picture)Hamilton read about its emulsion as its recipe was written by Adoph Alexandre' Martin in 1853 in France.The word 'photographie' was also in the Greek language meaning "drawing with light".
I in a lecture before the Royal Society of England on March 14, Sir John Herschel accredited Daguerre for his registered offering of a patented 'photographie', mentioning thatthe invention shall be known as "Daguerre-type" to the entire world.This type of photo never dried like Dagerre's, it was to be covered, sealed within glass, never to be opened.