Antique Tooled Leather Photo Album Brass Metal Clasps Holds 50 Cards

Antique Tooled Leather Photo Album Double Clasps Holds 50 Tintype or CDV Cards

Regular price $65.00


Product Description:  This stunning photo album is an amazing Victorian accent piece for a den or office. Made of tooled leather it can hold up to 50 Tin Type or CDV Cards. The album is a petite size measuring 6 inches tall and holds up to 50 Tin Type or CDV Cards . Great size for displaying on a shelf. Even more special is the original double brass closures, decorative white sphere shape points and gold gilt edges. Complete this timeless piece by displaying old tintype or Carte de Visite Cards to provide a glance at the past.

Circa:  Late 1800s Early 1900s

Product Dimensions: 
Album: 5” x 6” x 2 1/2”,
Photo Openings: 2” x 3 ¼”

Product Weight:  1 pound 9 ounces

Material:  Tooled Leather, Cardboard, Brass

Maker:  Unknown

Markings:  No visible makers' on album. 

Color: Brown, White, Gold

Condition:  Previously owned - used.  Condition is consistent with age and use.  Overall good condition. Closures work properly. Each page with windows are in very good condition with only minor wear. Two 1/4 vertical tears on bottom of two pages which are not easily noticeable (as shown). Missing one applied applique on one closure (as shown). Rubbing on sides and edges of leather from normal use. All four white button style decorative pieces on front and back are still present with no repairs.  Back inside cover on top right is handwritten, BREH.

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