jenny lind head-rest

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  1. race

    race TPF Noob!

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    I thought I would share my tintype photographs with everbody. I bought the 1852 head-rest at an auction in san francisco.
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  2. hamster

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    Wow, cool! That's pretty darn medieval.
     
  3. nealjpage

    nealjpage multi format master in a film geek package

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    The headrest is cool--I've heard of those. Looks uncomfortable. What's with the mirror next to you on the table? And tell us about that camera. That's one cool piece of equipment.
     
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    And most of all let us know what lens is that on the camera. (name, focal length, aperture)
     

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