I found this in a second-hand book shop in Salisbury, Wiltshire. I believe this photo album may have belonged to Hilda Gaisford. She mentions that her great-grandfather built (1857) the Athenaeum theatre in Warminister.
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My interest in photographing albums started when I realised that many of the fascinating Victorian and Edwardian Photograph (Portrait) Albums of the mid 1800s and later were being broken up by CDV collectors. You will get an idea of what I mean if you visit http://www.cartedevisite.co.uk REPRODUCTION OF ALBUMS AND RESEARCH VERSIONS FOR STUDY The break-up of these family albums, each one being unique and irreplaceable, seems to me to be a real shame. Using optical scanning, photography and a purpose designed rocking copy stand I am able to faithfully reproduce these treasures of family history. PURCHASE The examples I have on show here will give you an idea of what is possible and the cost. Best wishes Simon
Example - Research Version Publicado 08 de abril de 2013
Paperback book of photographs Publicado 12 de octubre de 2009
Victorian Family Photograph Album - Ewart, Burrill, Tucker, Edmundson ... Publicado 29 de septiembre de 2009
Victorian Family Photograph Album - Metcalf, Quipp, Elliott, Codd, Pick, Winpenny, Garrett, Stocks, ... Publicado 15 de noviembre de 2008
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