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Two-panel cartoon on the vagaries of early photography, published in the Punch's Almanack for 1855. Caption to top panel: "Interesting group posed for a Daguerrotype by a friend of the family". Caption to bottom panel: "Interesting and valuable result" (the family photograph has actually turned out horribly).
|Source||Punch's Almanack for 1855 (which would have been published in late 1854)|
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|current||16:15, 5 December 2006||693 × 1,276 (213 KB)||Churchh||An 1854 two-panel cartoon on the vagaries of early photography, published in the ''Punch's Almanack for 1855''. Caption to top panel: "Interesting group posed for a Daguerrotype by a friend of the family". Caption to bottom panel: "Interesting and valua|