np, nd (1920s?). Item #98-6492
4.5 x 2.75, no markings excerpt for "Velox." The two Velox images have creasing, tiny tears, chipping, abrasions, reverse is heavily soiled else good, the other photo, which may be a reprint, has light creasing and chipping, light soiling and staining on the reverse. The Velox photos show possibly the same woman, one photo shows her from the rear wearing only shoes and stockings, her clothes near her feet, the other shows her completely nude, facing the camera and holding her hands on her forehead, the last photo shows a different woman reclining on a blanket in a shady area wearing only shoes. In 1895 Nepara Chemical Co. of New York came out with a new paper that had qualities not influenced by weather or daylight conditions, it could be handled in subdued daylight, before exposure and during development. Kodak bought the rights to Velox in 1899. Sold as is/as a lot.