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Lot de 20 de LA PHOTO-REVUE 1898-1900 PRINCIPES D'ART France French Photography Art Chemistry Journal Twenty (20) Issues Complete

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Lot de 20 de LA PHOTO-REVUE 1898-1900 PRINCIPES D'ART France French Photography Art Chemistry Journal Twenty (20) Issues Complete

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Lot de 20 de LA PHOTO-REVUE 1898-1900 PRINCIPES D'ART France French Photography Art Chemistry Journal Twenty (20) Issues Complete

  • Lot of twenty (20) complete issues; a collection of the French publication PHOTO REVUE PRINCIPES D'ART.
  • Dated from August of 1898 to March of 1901.
  • Original antique French journal collection, printed on paper, all over 100 years of age.
  • All are printed in black and white, on light weight fragile folded newsprint paper.
  • Each issue contains approximately 20 pages of illustrations, text, and period advertisements and publicities.
  • Published under the direction of Charles Mendel, Journal des Photographes des Amateurs, France.
  • Printed in France; text is in French.
  • Scarce.
  • Of interest to the conservationist, chemist, camera and optics collector,
  • scientists specializing in film, negatives, photographic restoration, and media preservation archives.
  • Sold as a lot only; these are not available for sale individually.
  • Exactly as shown in the photos below.
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  • All the information you need to decide about a purchase is in front of you at the time of purchase.

SIZE:

  • These measure overall, folded as shown, approximately 28 cm x 18,5 cm. // 11.15 inches x 7.5 inches.

CONTENT SUMMARY:

  • Scroll down for detailed information, in French, on each individual issue.
  • These issues contain indispensable precise technical information.
  • They are from the earliest years of photography when the art of photography was in infancy.
  • The technical information is scarce and priceless for conservationists involved in this art form.
  • There is strong emphasis on chemistry, optics, fabrication, composition, and replication.
  • The text includes information on chemical developing and printing formulas,
  • on various printing and developing recipe compositions,
  • on restoration, preparation of various printing surfaces for printing and engraving,
  • including, but not limited to ivory, glass, paper, wood , leather, metal, and stone,
  • and detailed maintenance, storage, preservation, and restoration of same.
  • The later issues include information on the then-unheard-of development of color in photography.

CONDITION:

  • By " antique " we mean over 100 years of age.
  • By " vintage " we mean between 50 and 100 years of age.
  • These are made of matter; these are dated from August of 1898 to March of 1901, and this means they are NOT NEW.
  • Not modern reproductions, not recent copies, and not fake.
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There are signs of age or usage including but not limited to:

  • There is overall surface wear.
  • There is overall oxidation.
  • There are overall surface scratches.
  • There is oxidation of the paper.
  • There is browning, toning, foxing, and freckling of the paper.
  • There is overall perimeter wear ,with some wear around all edges.
  • There are assorted tiny perimeter edge folds, curls, or tears.
  • These all have folds, and are folded.
  • CLEANED: No.
  • RESTORATION: No restoration.
  • MEASUREMENT VERIFIED: Yes.
  • COUNTRY OF ORIGIN: France.
  • There may also be something that we missed because we aren't specifically trained to see it.
  • We've not examined them microscopically.
  • We've not taken them apart or put them back together.
  • We've not subtracted anything nor added anything that was not already there.
  • We've not cleaned them.
  • These are COMPLETE.
  • Their condition is good.
  • There's nothing functionally wrong with any of them.
  • Their condition is exactly as shown in the gallery photos.
  • Look at all the gallery photos carefully and read this description carefully.
  • It is impossible to divine exactly what information a buyer might want.
  • It is the buyer's responsibility to carefully scrutinize a purchase before buying.
  • Please consider your purchase carefully.
  • We are happy to help in any way we can by answering your questions to the best of our ability and furnishing additional specifics upon request.
  • These are not sold on approval.
  • Ask your questions before you buy.

 

LOT DE 20 DE LA PHOTO-REVUE 1898-1900 PRINCIPES D'ART

  • Lot de 20 de la Photo-Revue, 1898 - 1900: du 1 Aout 1898 - 3 Mars 1901.
  • Sommaire: principes d'art appliqués à la photographie, recettes et formules inédites, inscriptions et dessins sur épreuves, etc.
  • Chaque contenant une vingtaine de pages illustrées.
  • Dimensions: 28 cm x 18,5 cm chacun.
  • Couvertures avec salissures (humidité) et quelques traces d'usure, 2 ont détaché sinon bon état pour le lot.
  • Nous ne vendons pas ces fascicules séparément, et le prix affiché est pour l'ensemble du lot.
  • Détails au dessus et s.v.p., voir les photos.
  • Poids: 1kg. environ.
  • Nous ne vendons pas ces choses séparément, et le prix affiché est pour l'ensemble du lot.
  • Frais de port en sus.
  • Merci de votre visite.

1898 (2)

  • PHOTO-REVUE publiée sous la direction de Charles Mendel, Journal des Photographes des Amateurs
  • 1 Aout // Aménagement du laboratoire, sol et umbra, la photo-physignomonie, reforcagé des néegatives, etc.
  • 15 Octobre // Acid pyrogallique, traitement du papier au gélatino-chorure d'argent, etc.

1899 (1)

  • PHOTO-REVUE publiée sous la direction de Charles Mendel, Journal des Photographes des Amateurs
  • 1er Avril // Photographie nécroscopique, la parespective, impression a l'argent et gravure sur cuivre, etc.

1900 (12)

  • PHOTO-REVUE publiée sous la direction de Charles Mendel, Journal des Photographes des Amateurs
  • 15 Février (couverture coupé) // l'objectif Anamorphote, les rayons X, impression des nuages sur les papiers au gélatino-bromuré, etc. Rédacteur en chef: René d'Héliécourt (addition sur couverture)
  • 22 Avril // Taches bleus des épreuves au bromure, renforcement au mercure, plaques panchromatiques au glycin rouge, etc.
  • 10 Juin // Photographie dur cuivre, fixage acide rationnel, etc.
  • 1er Juillet // Agrandissements au pastel, tirage et montage rapide des épreuves stéroscopiques, etc.
  • 14 Octobre // Bases scientifiques de l'impression en trois couleurs, vernissage des cuvettes de bois debant résister aux acides, etc.
  • 28 Octobre // Inscriptions et dessins sur épreuves , la procédé a la gomme bichromatée, etc.
  • 25 Novembre // Les effluves électriques , l'exlairage artificiel, glaçage infaillible des papiers aristotypes, etc.
  • 11 Novembre // Le halo dans les photographies de couchers de soleil, de la photographie au moyen d'un trou d'aiguille, etc.
  • 18 Novembre // L'eclairage artificiel, l'emploi du permanganate de potasse, la diaphragme en photographie, etc.
  • 9 Decembre // La durée de développement, photographie sur ivoire, pour controler la vitesse des automobiles, etc.
  • 16 Decembre // La Photographie des couleurs, l'eclairage du laboratoire par la lumiere froide, restoration des épreuves d'albumen, etc.
  • 23 Decembre // Epreuves émaillées ou mates, procédé de tirage, le portrait et les groupes en plein air, etc.

1901 (5)

  • 6 Janvier // Négatifs sur papier, le procédé au charbon, lavage des épreuves, la photographie en voyage, etc.
  • 13 Janvier // Numérotage des diaphragmes, electrophotographie, pour le conservation des fiches et des clichés, etc.
  • 27 Janvier // L'homme coupé un morceaux, la marlotypie, pour décoller les épreuves glacées, etc.
  • 3 Février // Les viseurs des chambres a main, purification de l'acétylene, positifs diaphanes pour vitraux, etc.
  • 3 Mars // Le Halo: moyen d'en combattre les effets, les virages a l'or, le papier a l'Agar-agar, vernis anti-halo, virage des diapositives, etc.






 

 

 


 


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