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A striking oversized ninth-plate ambrotype (slightly smaller than sixth-plate) portrait of a man, seated with his arm on a table. Presented in a superb maroon Eichemeyer-style case, with the hold-embossed imprint on the reverse G. Herbert Photographer 3 Horse Fair Banbury. According to Barrie's directory, George Herbert was in business at this address in 1864. The image is not sealed; also enclosed within the brass preserver is a piece of paper, imprintede with Herbert's name and address, and a penned identification of the subject as George Stevens.$225.00