Links to Websites
Below you will find links to sites that may be of interest to
you. I've had great experiences with each of these dealers.
Dennis Waters- Fine Daguerreotypes
is the premier site for daguerreotypes
collectors. Fresh and fantastic images are
uploaded every two weeks. Don't miss the
Antechamber page. This page is posted by
Dennis' daughter Erin who has an eye to rival
her father's. The page is typically full of other
photography formats for the discerning collector
or the dealer wishing to turn a profit.
Frohne and Son
Perry Frohne is an expert in Civil War
paper photography. This site is a great
place to start if you are interested in
images from the Civil War and Indian
Jim Stanley &
Jim is a wonderful
trustworthy guy. He carries a
great variety of Civil War
War Between The States
Memorabilia is operated by Len Rosa. Len
is no stranger to serious Civil War collectors.
His site is known for its quality. This site
features a full line of original albumens,
ambrotypes, cabinet cards, cdv's, stereo views,
tintypes and other Civil War period ephemera.
Len's inventory includes something for the
beginner as well as the advanced collector!
Jeff Kraus Photographic
Jeff has all kinds of antique
photographic images on his site.
He also sells viewers and
books. You'll have loads of fun
exploring his well populated
site . There is something for
The Veteran's Attic is the site of Vann
Martin who sells a little of everything
including photos. He is a leading dealer of
Civil War Badges. You'll not find a more
upstanding guy than Vann. I know you will
enjoy getting to know him.
Steven Evans Vintage
Photography is located in Toronto,
Canada and features fine examples of
daguerreotypes, ambrotypes, and
tintypes. In addition there are paper
photographs by known and unknown
makers with an emphasis on
architectural, urban, landscape, and
expedition photography. New images
are offered every two months.
Museum Quality Americana is a website run
by Cal Packard. Cal offers high quality
historical artifacts and documents for sale
and has over 40 years experience buying and
selling items of historical significance
from the French and Indian War through
WWII with emphasis on the American Civil
Greg French Early
Greg is one of the good guys in
this business. He has top flight
images, is honest and always a
pleasure. You will not regret
getting to know him and his