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Historic orotone, or goldtone, photograph by Seattle, Washington photographer ASAHEL CURTIS (American/Washington, 1874 - 1941), brother of Edward S. Curtis, of the State's famed Mt. Rainier from Lake Washington. Created ca. late 1910s - 1920s, the orotone/goldtone photographic process was a regional phenomenon in the Pacific Northwest. Housed in the original gilt gesso Arts & Crafts frame.

Asahel Curtis "Dawn" Mt. Rainier, Lake Washington Orotone/Goldtone Photograph

$2,000.00Price
  • Orotone photographic glass plate in excellent condition. Orotone plate measures approximately 11" x 14."

  • For small and medium sized objects, I tend to ship vis USPS Priority Mail. For larger sized items, FedEx is my preferred method of shipment. Please inquire about estimated shipping charges.

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