Dating 19th century 1800 s photographs
Please excuse both syntax and grammar as this page is also designed for the Search Engines Prior to the late 19th Century there appears to be only miminal consistency and limited selections to the type of Navy Dinnerware and Navy Tableware used by both enlisted and officer alike.Though functional with a Naval flair, the selection and grade of dinnerware used by sailors and officers left alot to be desired and consisted mostly of enamelware porcelain plates, bowls and cups!Find Victorian hats trimmed with feathers, flowers and ribbons - a must-have fashion accessory.Evening gowns, dresses, hats and bonnets from the years of Pride and Prejudice.The photo left is a period Fabricatore, and the others are reproductions of originals by luthier Bernhard Kresse.
The Pirate's Lair has now obtained concrete prima-facie evidence of the very first standardized US Navy Department of Navy Seal ever issued and dated as early as 1894 and used through 1908.
During the 1880s the collodion process, was largely replaced by gelatin dry plates—glass plates with a photographic emulsion of silver halides suspended in gelatin.
The dry gelatin emulsion was not only more convenient, but it could also be made much more sensitive, greatly reducing exposure times.
There were numerous 19th century builders, in fact probably hundreds of luthiers.
For many of these makers, perhaps only a handful or even only 1 guitar survives.