LONDON. 5 Shares of £1. brown, pink, black. No 9. Repaired edge-tear and rather discoloured borders. A 'radiotint' was a picture obtained by taking a photograph upon a specially prepared dry plate, developing, washing, and drying in the usual manner, and treating the positive or print made from this negative with a special solution and the three dyes, blue, green, and red, in succession, the result being a coloured picture. This company, operating in the late 1890s, pioneered this system of colour photography. Text in English and French. Picture of a camera. Printed by Waterlow.
Thema's: FILM, PHOTO & PANORAMA
WATERLOW & SONS
Datum: 29 June 1897
Startprijs: € 300