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1915 the East Lancashire Rgt - Lt J F D Heath - Glass negative 22 by 16cmcorner crack top leftdated 26.4.1915All Glass negatives sent by Special Delivery or International Signed for onlyan original large full plate glass​ negative dated and named by the photographer to the negativeone of a remarkable collection of original mostly WW1 full plate negatives by the London Society photographer\'s Bassano studios ( they are nearly all of Officers ) of Military subjects Army , Navy , Air force .British Forces ,Commonwealth and some American The quality of the photography is as would be expected excellent and the negatives show very good detail . Many have the original Photographers paper negative bag often brittle and sometimes incompletethe condition varies from Negative to negative , some are very good , some have cracks , portions missing or water damagefrom wikipiediaAlexander Bassano (10 May 1829 – 21 October 1913) was an English photographer who was a leading royal and high society portrait photographer in Victorian London.[2] His most famous photo was the one of Earl Kitchener in the Lord Kitchener Wants You army recruitment poster during the First World WarAlessandro Bassano was the second youngest child of Italian Clemente Bassano, originally a fishmonger of Cranbourne Street, later an oilman and warehouseman of Jermyn Street, London, and his English wife, Elizabeth Browne. He later anglicised his first name to Alexander.[3]Bassano received early artistic training with artists Augustus Egg and William Beverley. He opened his first studio in 1850 in Regent Street. The studio then moved to Piccadilly 1859–1863, to Pall Mall and then to 25 Old Bond Street in 1877. There was also a Bassano branch studio at 132 King\'s Road, Brighton from 1893 to 1899.[3]The Old Bond Street studio was decorated with carbon photographic prints and plaster busts, and was large enough to accommodate an 80-foot panoramic background scene mounted on rollers, which provided a variety of outdoor scenes or court backgrounds. He had taken portraits of William Ewart Gladstone and even Queen Victoria. Bassano\'s head of Lord Kitchener formed the basis of the First World war recruiting poster Your Country Needs You. Bassano retired from work at the studio around 1903, when the premises were extensively refurbished and relaunched as \"Bassano Ltd, Royal Photographers\".The studio moved once again in 1921: a move written about by the Lady\'s Pictorial at the time. The article described about a million negatives, all systematically numbered, which had to be moved from the cellars of the premises to the new location at 38 Dover Street. The company became \"Bassano and Vandyk\" in 1964. The following year it incorporated Elliott & Fry, a photographic partnership that had been running in Baker Street since 1863. In 1977, the company became \"Industrial Photographic\", based at 35 Moreton Street, SW1.[4]Many glass plates from the Bassano Studios, including some by Alexander Bassano, are held in the National Portrait Gallery, London. The Museum of London holds a large number of the fashion-related plates.The National Portrait Gallery held an exhibit of his work, Alexander Bassano: Victorian Photographer in 2013, the centenary of his deathPlease view the Photographs which give the best impression of their conditionpostage value conditionsall U.K. address Items value over £20.00 will be sent by signed for cost £2.00all U.K. items value over £100.00 will be sent by Special Delivery Cost £6.00all Europe address items Value over £30.00 will be sent international Signed For Cost £7.00 which is less than actual Costall Rest of the rest of the World the Rest of the World Items Value over will £30.00 sent by International Signed for ( tracked if a P.O. Box ) cost £7.00 which is less the actual costI no longer reply to buy it now offers for items listed at saleI have to make clear i will not do or sell scans or photo copy\'s of any items I list under any circumstance\'sAny questions ? I try to answer as soon as possibleFrom Outside the U.K. i can only Accept PayPal as payment all other Forms of payment will be returnedA sale 1915 the East Lancashire Rgt - Lt J F D Heath - Glass negative 22 by 16cm 1915 the East Lancashire Rgt - Lt J F D Heath - Glass negative 22 by 16cm

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Description 1915 the East Lancashire Rgt - Lt J F D Heath  - Glass negative 22 by 16cm

corner  crack top left

dated 26.4.1915


All Glass negatives sent by Special Delivery or International Signed for only
an original large full plate glass​ negative dated and named by the photographer to the negative

one of a remarkable collection of original mostly WW1 full plate negatives by the London Society photographer\'s Bassano studios ( they are nearly all of Officers ) of Military subjects Army , Navy , Air force .British Forces ,Commonwealth and some American The quality of the photography is as would be expected excellent and the negatives show very good detail . Many have the original Photographers paper negative bag often brittle and sometimes incomplete

the condition varies from Negative to negative , some are very good , some have cracks , portions missing or water damage

from wikipiedia
Alexander Bassano (10 May 1829 – 21 October 1913) was an English photographer who was a leading royal and high society portrait photographer in Victorian London.[2] His most famous photo was the one of Earl Kitchener in the Lord Kitchener Wants You army recruitment poster during the First World War

Alessandro Bassano was the second youngest child of Italian Clemente Bassano, originally a fishmonger of Cranbourne Street, later an oilman and warehouseman of Jermyn Street, London, and his English wife, Elizabeth Browne. He later anglicised his first name to Alexander.[3]

Bassano received early artistic training with artists Augustus Egg and William Beverley. He opened his first studio in 1850 in Regent Street. The studio then moved to Piccadilly 1859–1863, to Pall Mall and then to 25 Old Bond Street in 1877. There was also a Bassano branch studio at 132 King\'s Road, Brighton from 1893 to 1899.[3]

The Old Bond Street studio was decorated with carbon photographic prints and plaster busts, and was large enough to accommodate an 80-foot panoramic background scene mounted on rollers, which provided a variety of outdoor scenes or court backgrounds. He had taken portraits of William Ewart Gladstone and even Queen Victoria. Bassano\'s head of Lord Kitchener formed the basis of the First World war recruiting poster Your Country Needs You. Bassano retired from work at the studio around 1903, when the premises were extensively refurbished and relaunched as \"Bassano Ltd, Royal Photographers\".

The studio moved once again in 1921: a move written about by the Lady\'s Pictorial at the time. The article described about a million negatives, all systematically numbered, which had to be moved from the cellars of the premises to the new location at 38 Dover Street. The company became \"Bassano and Vandyk\" in 1964. The following year it incorporated Elliott & Fry, a photographic partnership that had been running in Baker Street since 1863. In 1977, the company became \"Industrial Photographic\", based at 35 Moreton Street, SW1.[4]

Many glass plates from the Bassano Studios, including some by Alexander Bassano, are held in the National Portrait Gallery, London. The Museum of London holds a large number of the fashion-related plates.

The National Portrait Gallery held an exhibit of his work, Alexander Bassano: Victorian Photographer in 2013, the centenary of his death

Please view the Photographs which give the best impression of their condition

postage value conditions

all U.K. address Items value over £20.00 will be sent by signed for cost £2.00

all U.K. items value over £100.00 will be sent by Special Delivery Cost £6.00

all Europe address items Value over £30.00 will be sent international Signed For Cost £7.00 which is less than actual Cost

all Rest of the rest of the World the Rest of the World Items Value over will £30.00 sent by International Signed for ( tracked if a P.O. Box ) cost £7.00 which is less the actual cost


I no longer reply to buy it now offers for items listed at sale

I have to make clear i will not do or sell scans or photo copy\'s of any items I list under any circumstance\'s

Any questions ? I try to answer as soon as possible

From Outside the U.K. i can only Accept PayPal as payment all other Forms of payment will be returned

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