In fact, so many of these tintypes were produced that the date and studio location of the image can sometimes be identified just because of the design of the backdrop.Tintypes were also popular with tourists at resorts and arcades, so much so that the medium persisted well into the 1930s.
The only book I know on the process is out of print, but worth searching for if you can find a used copy: Ambrotype, Old and New by Thomas P. CALOTYPE The Calotype, sometimes called the Talbotype after its inventor, William H. Talbot, is a paper print made from a paper negative. S., this format was more common in England in the 1840's.
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If you are really lucky, you may have some early ones in ‘leather’ cases or in ornate shiny cases made of a black or brown plastic like material. Photography started in 1839 but at that time was really in the hands of a few scientists, professionals or wealthy amateurs.
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