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Three cabinet card, each showing an early motor car.

As you are no doubt aware, identifying early motor vehicles can be a tricky exercise, given the lack of information availble for many of the early models. In many cases, these were short lived, on account of the speed with which the automobile evolved in a relatively short period of time.

Photographed by O. Gunckel of 7, rue Conscience, Malines [Flemish: Mechelen] in Belgium, province of Antwerp.

condition: All the prints and all the mounts are in excellent/ near mint condition, apart from one small notch missing out of the edge of one of the mounts. In two cases,
the piece of tissue paper that folds over to protect the print is still present and untorn.
price:  SOLD
code: cab98
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