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Daguerreotypes - Possible confusion

 
Daguerreotypes have a unique appearance and are seldom confused with other processes.
 
Images made using the direct positive collodion processes, either on metal plates (tintype / ferrotype) or glass (ambrotype) may sometimes be found in similar cases. The images are much duller when compared to daguerreotypes, and are easier to view 
  
 
This section is courtesy of Peter Marshall
 
  
 
  
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