Dating old tintypes
Our expert was first to restore 1834 tintypes while restorers saw 1920 as their antique. Each and every photo restore, especially our tintypes are team inspected for quality control. Competitors did not conform to our lower pricing any which way.
If a tintype is faded to black, we can get it back. Our tintype specialist will give a previewed -pricing, mail-reimbursement by check. The Daguerreotype photo is from 1834, Ambrotype photo from 1841, Ferrotype is from 1863. In 1999, photo restoration was extremely high priced. Through years, we persevered and after 15 years, we influenced local pricing. At first, only a few replicated our low pricing, still today, others price their service much higher.
, a scientist, began experimenting with herographs.
Even if you are in another State, we send our written pricing via PDF attached email to you.
From there, it's your call to ask questions, input feedback or to give your approval to restore.
Although Talbot tried to control his patent rights, by the late 1840s, French photographers including Louis-Adolphe Humbert de Molard in Normandy, Louis-Désiré Blanquart-Evrard in Lille, and Gustave Le Gray in Paris were circumventing their potential of the calotype photos. After that, more photographic scientists had found new recipes for the Collotype photos and this type of photo became more popular later in 1918as the Ferrotype waned from popularity in 1917 and plastic film was invented and being used.
The final transition between Ferrotype era and plastic film, was 1934 when it ruled the World.