Did you by any chance mean daguerreotype?
- n. common misspelling of daguerreotype.
“Opening it by pulling two tiny hooks through eyelets, like clasps on a locket, one sees a soft red velvet pad decorated with a floral design and on the other side an elaborate gold frame that holds a daguerrotype which is an early form of photography.”
“The Haunted Doll's House I seem to recall is one of those, there's another tale with a daguerrotype which is basically the same story.”
“Steampunk is popular simply because brass ray-guns, airships, Analytical Engines, and bitchin 'stovepipe toppers with built-in daguerrotype cameras are just flat-out cool.”
“Occasionally it would flare up because you had the sense that, somewhere, your child might be posing for an ill-advised daguerrotype, but you could generally arrange for the pony delivering this to fall into a peat bog and die before any damage could be done.”
“NPR reports that a couple of collectors of old photos recently discovered that a daguerrotype they've owned since the 1960s is the only known photograph of Phineas Gage.”
“Also at Contemporary Works/Vintage Works, I thought I'd seen most of the good Inauguration photos but this pigment print made from a daguerrotype by master dag maker Jerry Spagnoli was a nice mix of old and new.”
“Just inside the door, under a daguerrotype of Clayton Daly, was a crescent-shaped walnut counter.”
“Another decade and the daguerrotype would be largely supplanted by the albumen print, which made images on paper instead of metal.”
“I hadn't felt like lugging the tripod that morning, and the rider probably wouldn't have held still for the 15 or 20 minutes it would have taken me to make a proper daguerrotype anyway.”
“The Diorama, not incidentally, was invented by Louis Daguerre, later of the daguerrotype, and has figured in "The Simpsons," with Springfield Elementary holding a Diorama competition called Diorama-Rama.”
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