Etienne Neurdein & Louis Neurdein has a studio at 52 Avenue de Breteuil, Paris, France. The studio employed a wide variety of photographic techniques including salt, albumen, carbon and bromide prints. Some photographs were used as the basis for engravings that were then rephotographed and sold as albumen prints on carte de visite. Other photographs were transformed into souvenir postcards using photogravure.
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