China/Chinatown Photographs for Sale

 
 
 
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 5133. Canton Market, Albumen Print  c1880, 11 x 9.25, On original board with printed text, Loose print, SOLD  
 5130. Chinese Boy, Albumen,
C1880, 10.6 x 8.2, Minor Damage, Loose print, $150
 5129. Executuion, Albumen, x1880, 10.7 x 8.5, On Original Board with Foxing Spots, In Buff 18.7 x 16.5 Mat, $500 
 
 
 
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 5132. Beheading, Silver Print, c1890, 8.4 x 10.7, On Original Board, In Buff 16 x 20 Mat, $500 5122. "Shanghai Public Gardens", Albumen, c1880, 7.5 x 10.6, Loose Print, SOLD
 5134. Chinese Inn, Albumen, c1880, 8.2 x 10.6, In Buff 16 x 20 Mat, SOLD
 
 
 
 
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  5131.Possibly by Lucy Monroe Calhoun, c1910, Hand Painted Silver Print, 6.7 x 4.7, In Buff 15.5 x 15.6 Mat, $300 5135. "Sing Sing Photography Studio, Shanghai", Actress, Silver Print,  7.75 x 5.1, On Original Mount with Chinese Inscription on Reverse, SOLD
 5136. "Kung Yu Ting , Peking",  7.4 x 5, On Original Mount, SOLD
 
 
 
 
 
 5227. Haonian Village, Manchuria, Silver Print, Photo Postcard, Writing in Russian on Front, , 1905, $30
 5228.  Manchuria, China, Silver Print, Photo Postcard, Writing in Russian on Front, 1905, $30
 5229. Russian Officers in Manchuria, China, Silver Print, Photo Postcard, Writing in Russian on Front, 1905, $30  (Buy all three postcards for $75)
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 5244.  Pair of China Service Photo Albums from Jack Beck of the US Company F, 15th Infantry, Serving From 1935-1937 Mostly in Tientsin, China.  Albums contain mostly photographs, both personal and commercial documenting all aspects of Chinese life at the time, including architecture, entertainment and wartime atrocities by The Japanese.  There are also many photographs showing military life.  Many of the commercial photographs-especially of the war-are copy prints (photographs of photographs). An interesting and wide ranging collection of photographs and related ephemera of the time.
Albums are 11.25 x 15 inches, each with 30 sheets with photographs on both sides (60 pages). Over 400 different photographs, along with postcards, newspaper clipping, etc.  Some of the photographs are missing and others have become detached.  The hand embroidered silk covers are stained and torn or worn.   Unique!      SOLD
 
 
 
 
 
 973. Russian Soldiers in Far East, Silver Print, 1904, 4 x 5.8, $200, Inscription in Russian and Chinese on reverse shown, on original card backing  5108. Fortune Teller, Russian Far East, c1900, 3.25 x 5.5,  $100 
 
 
 
 
 5232.  Chinatown Fish Merchant, Silver Print, 6 x 3.5, c1940, In White 10 x 13 Mat, $125 (Probably San Francisco)
 5233. Chinatown Procession, Silver Print, 6.8 x 4.2, c1910, $120 (Probably Los Angeles)
 5234. Chinese Man and Boy, Silver Print, 7 x 4.6, c1910
 
 
 
 
 
 5235.  Chinatown Parade Scene, Hand Colored Silver Print, 10.8 x 7, c1910, $150 (Probably Los Angeles) 5236. Chinatown Parade Scene, Alternate Version of #5235, Silver Print, 7 x 5, c 1910, $120 (Probably Los Angeles) 5237. Parade Scene with Banner, Silver Print, 6.8 x 5, c1910, $120 (Probably Los Angeles) 
 
 
 
 
 5238. Chinatown Group, Silver Print, 6.6 x 4.9, c1910, $150 (Probably Los Angeles) 5239. Chinatown Priests Walking, Silver Print, 6.9 x 5, c1910, $150 ((Probably Los Angeles) 5240. Chinatown Priests, Silver Print, 7.8 x 9.8, c1910, Murky Print!, $50, (Probably Los Angeles) 
 
 
 
 
 5341. Arnold Genthe (?), Children in San Francisco Chinatown, Silver Print, Photo Postcard (5 x 3.4), c1910, $50
 5342. Taber Studio, Opium Den is San Francisco Chinatown, Albumen Print,  7.5 x 9.5, Late 19th Century, Caption on Bottom Reads: "Opium Den underground by Flash-light.  The hat in foreground represents Detective who guarded the door while the Flash-light Photographer did the work.  No. 1", $900
 5343.  Man in Chinatown, Silver Print, 12.5 x 10, In Buff 16 x 20 Mat, c1940, $400
This was too large to go on my scanner so I photographed it.  The image is slightly cropped.
 
 
   
 5262.  Alley in San Francisco Chinatown, Silver Print, 8 x 6, c1900, Mounted on Paper, In 14 x 18 Mat, Some discoloration (from glue?), SOLD
   

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