Seven servants, c. 1890
A matt silver print showing a group of Black servants, presumably somewhere in North American. The long whip he is carrying indicates that the man in a top hat is coachman. The other two men appear to be outdoor workers of some kind, while the four women are all maids working inside the house.
Photographer and location unidentified.
Condition: apart from a very few, very small imperfections, the print is in excellent condition. The stock on which it’s mounted is clear, firm and crisp.
Dimension: including a narrow white border, the print measures 5” by 7” (12.7 cm by 17.7 cm).