This image has been through it, but the fellas look like they also have been through it. I love the guy in the background on the roof. Perfectly imperfect image with a great subject matter.
Image comes from the late 1800s early 1900s.
Please refer to photos for condition. Measures 10" X 8"
Sold as is.
Cabinet Cards were a style of photograph first introduced in 1863 by Windsor & Bridge in London, the cabinet card is a photographic print mounted on card stock. The Cabinet card got its name from its suitability for display in parlors -- especially in cabinets -- and was a popular medium for family portraits. They were popular until about 1900 when Kodak amateur photography took over.