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Salted paper print, from the album "Photographic Pictures of the Seat of War in the Crimea" (1856)
Printed recto, on mount, lower left, in black ink: "Deposé"; recto, on mount, lower right, in black ink: "Encampment of Horse Artillery."; recto, on mount, along bottom edge, in black ink: "Photographed by R. Fenton. Manchester, Published by T. Agnew & Sons, Feb'y 29th 1856. / London, P. & D. Colnaghi H[?] Paris, Moulin, 23, Rue Richer. New York, Williams H[?]."; unmarked verso
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