Antique Oval Bubble Glass Photograph Frame with 1880s Cabinet Card Image Toronto


  • Beautiful 19th Century Brass Oval Hanging Frame!
  • The frame is constructed of brass, and has a thick bubble glass window.
  • The frame currently holds a cut down cabinet card image of a lovely young woman
  • Back of the card is marked by photographer Eldridge Stanton (1834-1907) 134 Younge Street, Toronto.  He established this location in 1881
  • The frame comes in it’s original presentation box, inner lined with velvet.  The exterior is leatherette and has a push button clasp.
  • frame measures approx. 2-7/8″ x 3-1/2″x 3/8″
  • Box approx. 4-1/4″ x 5-5/8″ x 1″ closed…5-1/2″ Tall when displaying frame
  • displays quite nicely
  • Sold!


    The frame shows moderate scratching and some minor patina from age. There are scratches to the inner frame edge, clearly from people opening the frame in the past. The presentation case has heavy wear to the leatherette exterior, but the interior is in nice shape. Cabinet card has obviously ben trimmed down to fit the frame.


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