Superb photochrome PZ depicting children from Algiers on the dock in front of the palais de l'amirauté.
Beautiful lively scene, excellent condition, excellent colours and contrast.
Free print, not pasted.
Numbered and captioned on the bottom in gilded capital letters.
The photochrom process was invented in the 1880s by Hans Jacob Schmidt (1856-1924). His invention was patented by Orell Füssli in 1888, who then created a branch named Photochrom Zurich (which later became PZ Photoglob Zurich in 1895). The invention was presented at the Paris World Fair in 1900 and was met with enthusiasm which helped it become successful.
- PZ. Photochrom
- Título de la obra
- 18583. Alger, Palais de l'amirauté
- Signed in negative
- EBC (Extraordinariamente bien conservada)
- Impresión vintage