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If you are a buyer, a collector or a antique dealer and would like to offer your products  in our  Marketplace or open your free supply store you have come to the right place.We offer publishers, photographers and dealers a place where to show their items listed for sale at auction or fixed price offering buyers a complete line, a huge variety of products and accessories they can choose from.

The carte de visite or CDV was a type of small photograph which was patented in Paris, France  in 1854. It was usually made of an albumen print, which was a thin paper photograph mounted on a thicker paper card. sized 2.125 3.5 inches mounted on a card sized 2.5 4 inches. It was made popular  in Europe and  in the United States.known as "cardomania"

 The popularity of these card photographs led to the publication and collection of photographs of prominent persons. "Cardomania" spread throughout Europe and  to America.
The carte de visite photograph proved to be a very popular item during the American Civil War among. Soldiers, friends and family members and. Photographs of President Abraham Lincoln, General Ulysses S. Grant, and other celebrities of the era became an instant hit with the public.
By the early 1870s, cartes de visite's were supplanted by "cabinet cards," replaced  when Kodak introduced the Brownie camera and home snapshot photography became a mass phenomenon.


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