The carte de visite was a small photograph popular in the second half of the 19th century. So-called because it was initially used as a visiting card, the carte de visite was inexpensive and allowed ordinary people to have their portraits taken for the first time. This is Mary Cameron, photographed by Wrigglesworth & Binns of Wellington.
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