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With the introduction of the real photo postcard in the early 20th century, cabinet cards fell almost completely out of favor in the U.S., and only managed to hang on for a little longer in Europe.The popularity of the nount colors, shapes, embossing, and gilding varied over time. The cabinent card appeared soon after the CDV in the mid-1860s. Just as the CDV was a standard size so was the cabinet card, about 4 by 6 inches. The standard size probable relates to the albums that were made to hold both CDVs and cabinet cards.Te cabinet card was introduced by Windsor & Bridge in London (1863).Listed here are the main types of historic photographs one is likely to encounter.Probably 80% of the 19th century portrait photos the genealogist or local historian finds will be card mounted, particularly CDV's and Cabinet Cards; and another 10 to 15% will be tintypes.

AMBROTYPE The Ambrotype is essentially a glass negative with a black background that makes the image appear positive. Invented about 1854, the form lost popularity in the early 1860's when tintypes and CDV's replaced them. There are some wonderful ambrotype portraits still in existence, yet the process is much neglected by authors.

As large numbers of these images are today found without any provenance and are undated. Almost all cabinet cards and an imprint giving the name and location of the studio.

The colors, script style, and art work used to decorate the mounts varied over time and can also used to help date these cards.

There were also change in borders and other aspects of he mounts.

Some of the mounts were quite fancy including those with ornate gilt borders.