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What's the best way to get help identifying the subject in an old daguerreotype?

 
 
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I have a case with an interesting looking man and his wife (2 daguerreotypes not ambrotypes or tin types). I know it's a long shot to id them but what could I try? There are no background clues but they look important. It could be an author, politician, or someone famous and I'd never know. Thanks.
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Reply Sun 2 Oct, 2016 02:52 pm
@Sammiebrooks,
Sammiebrooks wrote:

I have a case with an interesting looking man and his wife (2 daguerreotypes not ambrotypes or tin types). I know it's a long shot to id them but what could I try? There are no background clues but they look important. It could be an author, politician, or someone famous and I'd never know. Thanks.

Photograph them and post the images.
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