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  • noun Plural form of daguerrotype, a misspelling of daguerreotype.

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Examples

  • And here I was picturing someone sitting and enhancing daguerrotypes with the aid of a Babbage Numerator...

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  • Since images were able to be reproduced with photographic techniques, they have been altered: from hand-tinted daguerrotypes to hand-tinting negatives to 'airbrushing.'

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  • Someone who knows the history of photographs would have to tell me when daguerrotypes were made, but it was generations ago.

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  • I had never heard of Sarah Baartman, let alone learned about the circulation of lynching images or the Agassiz daguerrotypes before I came to college and was presented with their history.

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  • Someone who knows the history of photographs would have to tell me when daguerrotypes were made, but it was generations ago.

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  • March 3rd, 2006 at 4:32 pm i had never heard of post-mortem daguerrotypes before, but i think that this one is very well done. very pretty.

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  • At my door were many stiff brown cards bearing daguerrotypes of those who had come to call.

    THE DIAMOND

  • At my door were many stiff brown cards bearing daguerrotypes of those who had come to call.

    THE DIAMOND

  • At my door were many stiff brown cards bearing daguerrotypes of those who had come to call.

    THE DIAMOND

  • A burnt-out candle stood at his elbow; and in a line before him were ranged such images as remained to him of his dead — a dozen or more daguerrotypes, of various sizes: Emma and he before marriage and after marriage; Emma with her first babe, at different stages of its growth; Emma with the two children; Emma in ball-attire; with a hat on; holding a book.

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