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The ambrotype is developed directly on a plate of glass, not on silver-coated copper plate like the daguerreotype or the blackened-iron of the tintype.SPECIAL NOTE: Do not try to clean the face (or image side) of an ambrotype.
At best use compressed air to remove loose dust or particles.This allowed the negative-looking bare image to appear as a positive.The ambrotype was packaged in the same manner as the daguerreotype, encased with a mat, top glass, and preserver; and then placed in a case. While the ambrotype is typically cased like a daguerreotype, it does not exhibit the same look. Rotating the image will not cause the image to reflect like a mirror or look like a negative.Update Star includes support for many languages such as English, German, French, Italian, Hungarian, Russian and many more.You can choose your language settings from within the program.The image is sometimes on the back of a glass plate and is sandwiched with another glass behind it. Later images were developed on the front of a single plate of glass.
The back of the glass was coated with a black lacquer or backed with black paper or cloth.
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The ambrotype was only in popular production for about ten years.
So, if this is part of your genealogy puzzle, you can be sure it was produced between 1855 and about 1865.
See the Photographers used many of the same pieces and methods for packaging an ambrotype as they did for the daguerreotype (see Daguerreotype page).