Boxed Set of Samples of the Sanger Shepherd Process of Colour Photography, by E. Sanger Shepherd & Co., London, 1899
|Inventory Number:|| 69649|
|Object Type:|| |
|Brief Description:||Red card slip-case type box containing a set of samples issued by E. Sanger Shepherd & Co. of the Sanger Shepherd process of colour photography, introduced in 1899-1900. It contains 5 fully bound lantern slides (16335, 17178, 20283, 21552, 29957 -- described further under those inventory numbers), 2 of them complete three-colour images and 3 specimens of the three separate colour layers (blue, pink, and yellow).|
The set belonged to Miss Acland, who used the two complete slides in one of her lectures in 1900.
|Primary Inscriptions:||Printed in gold on box: 'Sanger | Shepherd & Co.' and '5, 6 & 7 | Grays Inn Passage | Holborn.'.|
|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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