A cabinet card is a thin portrait photograph mounted on a card. They were popular between the 1860s and 1890s, but fell out of fashion when the first affordable home cameras were introduced. Cabinet cards are now very collectible and make a lovely addition to any cabinet of curiosities or oddities collection.
Photographer/Studio: C R Savage, Salt Lake City (Famous Morman portrait photographer)
Condition: The photograph is in lovely clear condition with minimal staining, though the top has been cut at the corners. The back reads 'Cliff possibly' in cursive pen.
Dimensions: H 16.5cm x W 11cm
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