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Courret Hermanos 
An Aboriginal group 
1868 (ca) 
  
Carte de visite 
National Library of Australia 
Libraries Australia ID: 28442325, Call Number: PIC/9821 LOC Box PIC/9821 
  
 
LL/84438 
  
Title from Lawson Menzies catalogue, 27-28 June 2005.
 
Inscriptions: "Courret Hermanos, 71, Calle del Palacio, 71, Lima"--Printed lower left. "N"--Printed lower right. "Courret Hermanos, succesores de Maunoury, Corresponsal de la Casa, Nadar de Paris. Lima"--Printed on verso. "Valparaiso, Chile"; "Native of Valparaiso"--In pencil on verso. "Dr Ridgway 1869"--In ink on verso.
 
In 1861 French photographers, Eugenio Maunoury and brothers Eugenio and Aquiles Courret, were in partnership in Lima, Peru. Maunoury, a correspondent of French photographer, Felix Nadar, 1820-1910, of Paris, was permitted under licence from Nadar to use the Nadar logos printed in red ink on his photographs, an N on the front and Nadar on the verso. The Courret brothers acquired Maunoury's share of the studio in 1865 and continued using the Nadar logo until 1868.--Reference: Archivo fotografico Courret de la Biblioteca Nacional de Peru.
 
Purchased at Lawson Menzies Auction, 2005. 
 

 
  
 
  
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