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A practical description of that process called the daguerreotype : this process consists in the spontaneous reproduction of the images of nature, received in the camera obscura, not with their colours, but with great nicety in the graduation of shades, by M. Daguerre ... Translated by J.P. Simon. Preview this item
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A practical description of that process called the daguerreotype : this process consists in the spontaneous reproduction of the images of nature, received in the camera obscura, not with their colours, but with great nicety in the graduation of shades, by M. Daguerre ... Translated by J.P. Simon.

Author: Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre; J P Simon
Publisher: London : John Churchill, Prince's Street, Soho. Edinburgh : Carfrae and Son. Dublin : Fannin and Co. Southampton : Fletcher and Son, Edinburgh ; Dublin ; Southampton 1839 ;
Series: The Nineteenth Century: General Collection: Technology & Useful Arts; Pos: Fiche N.1.1.4334.
Edition/Format:   Book   Microform : Microfiche : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Louis Jacques Mandé Daguerre; J P Simon
OCLC Number: 24903811
Notes: Reproduction of original in British Library, London.
Reproduction Notes: Microfiche. Cambridge : Chadwyck-Healey Ltd., 1990. 1 fiche. The Nineteenth Century: General Collection: Technology & Useful Arts; Pos: Fiche N.1.1.4334.
Description: 38 p. : 2 plates ; 12°
Series Title: The Nineteenth Century: General Collection: Technology & Useful Arts; Pos: Fiche N.1.1.4334.
Other Titles: Description pratique du procédé nommé le daguerréotype.

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