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A half-tone photograph of Henry Fox Talbot at work with cameras and assistants at his studio in Reading, 40 miles west of London.

1834 William Henry Fox Talbot’s Mousetrap Cameras made the first Photogenic drawings' on paper sensitized with silver chloride. They were simple wood box cameras with Brass barrel single lens referred to as mouse traps, coined by his wife.

Facsimile of the 1839 original published by Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre in collaboration with the French government.

Halftone reproduction of an early portrait of Louis-Jacques-Mandé Daguerre, one of the inventors of the daguerreotype, by the famous photographer Félix Nadar.

A replica in the style of the first daguerreotype camera with brass lens by Perken, Son & Rayment.

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