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In 1864 as the war raged on and funding became thinner the Congress passed an act that also taxed photographs, ambrotypes, and daguerreotypes.Photographers were required to collect the tax, apply the stamp showing that the tax had been paid, and then cancel the stamp by initialing and dating it.It made me think of our feature on postcards in our Christmas issue written by photo dating expert Jayne Shrimpton that included a Christmas postcard from her collection.This card, sent from the Sudan in 1941, features a photograph of a soldier inserted into a festive mount.In the early 1860s, both types of photographs were essentially the same in process and design.Both were most often albumen prints, the primary difference being the cabinet card was larger and usually included extensive logos and information on the reverse side of the card to advertise the photographer’s services.The 3 cent stamp is green and was used for images costing from 25 cents up to 50 cents.

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Despite the similarity, the cabinet card format was initially used for landscape views before it was adopted for portraiture.

The most common stamps you will find are the 2 cent and 3 cent stamps because most cdv's and tintypes cost between 25 cents and 50 cents.

The 2 cent stamp is either blue or orange and was used for images costing up to 25 cents.

The last cabinet cards were produced in the 1920s, even as late as 1924.

We received a Christmas card from the Llewellyn-Bowen family this week, Laurence, his wife and two daughters dressed up in a 1920s jazz style.