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of 2 Adelaide Place, Blackpool, maker of ferrotype (also called tin-type) plates for use in the special cameras, such as those made by the earlier [[British Ferrotype Co]], which was also in Blackpool.
 
of 2 Adelaide Place, Blackpool, maker of ferrotype (also called tin-type) plates for use in the special cameras, such as those made by the earlier [[British Ferrotype Co]], which was also in Blackpool.
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* see [https://blog.scienceandmediamuseum.org.uk/find-out-when-a-photo-was-taken-identify-ferrotype-tintype/] for examples of ferrotype (also called tintype) photographs, a process invented in USA in the 1870s.
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==

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of 2 Adelaide Place, Blackpool, maker of ferrotype (also called tin-type) plates for use in the special cameras, such as those made by the earlier British Ferrotype Co, which was also in Blackpool.


  • see [1] for examples of ferrotype (also called tintype) photographs, a process invented in USA in the 1870s.


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