Antique RPPC NoKo Post Card Tudor Building Photo 1910s. An eery woodland scene, englsih tudor style building, possibly a school, sepia tone chloride print photo.
Unused, divided back postcard with the "NOKO" mark around the "PLACE STAMP HERE". The NOKO mark contains no stars, this means the card was manufactured sometime between 1907 and 1929, Likely on the earlier end of this range.
This real photo post card is an example of a chloride prints in which silver chloride papers in a gelatin emulsion were used, because the process was much faster than using traditional papers that required sunlight exposure. They became known as gaslight papers because of their ability to be exposed indoors under gaslight. They produced a good tonal range with high detail. They were often toned a warm brown to avoid their natural red to purplish brown color (such as this one may have been, hence it's "sepia" tone.) These papers were sold in heavy weights with preprinted backs for specifically creating real photo postcards.
5.5" x 3.5"
14 cm x 9 cm
Excellent antique condition considering the age of this card. The back has some speckled discoloration.
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