Rare window into the earliest days of motoring

Rare window into the earliest days of motoring

Victorian and Edwardian photographs of cars are understandably rare so a single collection made up of 767 printed images in eight albums, 102 full-glass plate negatives and 62 half-glass plate negatives is remarkable. They were taken by Argent Archer (1860-1932), who is described by auctioneers Bonhams as “essentially the founding father of automotive photography in … Continue reading “Rare window into the earliest days of motoring”

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