Colour Photograph (Sanger Shepherd Lantern Slide) of a Peacock Feather, by E. Sanger Shepherd & Co., London, 1899
|Inventory Number:|| 16335|
|Object Type:|| |
|Brief Description:||Part of the boxed set 69649. A sample slide issued by E. Sanger Shepherd & Co., who launched their process of colour photography in 1899-1900. The three colour layers of the process are illustrated by separate slides in the same box: 17178, 29957, 21552 (blue, pink, and yellow respectively). Both Henry Minn and Miss Acland (whose photographs were bequeathed to Minn) possessed Sanger Shepherd sample and demonstration slides, as well as using the process themselves. This slide belonged to Miss Acland, and was used by her in one of her lectures in 1900.|
|Provenance:||Presented by Henry Minn in 1930. Minn acquired it from Sarah Angelina Acland, who died in that year.|
|Collection Group:||Minn Collection|
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