Set of Chemicals for Wet-Plate Process

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1854

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Set of chemicals for wet-plate process in 12 glass bottles in leather portable case, with two leather gloves, 1854. Comprising 1. citric acid, 2. carbonate of soda, 3. iron III solution, 4. crystal varnish, 5. unidentified chemical, 6. hypo bottle (empty), 7. acetic acid, 8. iodised collodion solution, 9. collodion solution (residue), 10. pyrogallic solution, 11. nitrate of silver solution, 12. chloride of gold.