Cabinet photograph

Related to Cabinet photograph: mews
a photograph of a size smaller than an imperial, though larger than a carte de visite.

See also: Cabinet

Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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There were there a couple of reels of cotton, a packet of needles, a bit of silk ribbon, dark blue; a cabinet photograph, at which Hollis stole a glance before laying it on the table face downwards.
Her eye wandered along the mantelpiece, and she swooped down on a cabinet photograph of a girl.
A full day's wages she spent in the purchase of half a dozen cabinet photographs of herself.
Looking at a Cabinet photograph she'd find her accomplices.
"We always lined up every year for a Cabinet photograph in two rows: either seated at the front with the PM or standing at the back.
From left: A rare cabinet photograph of Alice 'Trix' Kipling, sold for PS380; A cabinet photograph of Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin at the tender age of six.
Photographs did not then reproduce in colour, and the status of those represented merited treatment rather grander than the relatively inexpensive cabinet photograph. The photographs were to be coloured by hand and uniformly framed.
HERE'S something you don't see every day, particularly in Lancashire: a collection of 19th century cabinet photographs of American Indian warriors, one of whom, it is speculated, might just be the legendary Geronimo himself.