Creating a tintype involved essentially the same processes as those used for ambrotypes, but the image surface, was iron instead of glass.
Many collectors and traders often mistake one type of photograph for the other when the photographs are in cases.
The acronym CDV, seems to be a 20th century invention as no reference to it has been seen in 19th century books, advertisements or other works.
The tintype enjoyed the longest success of any 19th century photographic process in history.
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Thin high quality paper was coated with albumen, made from egg whites, and then sensitized with a silver solution.
Albumen eventually yellows, which gave images the familiar sepia or brown-tone hue.