My definition of a POOR CONDITION photo is a photo that has a multitude of one or more (could be many more) of the following flaws: scratches (could be deep), fingerprints, soiling spots, stains, development flaws, creases, emulsion cracks, crazing, pit marks, and or other marks when viewing the photo at a certain angle to the light. A LOT of these flaws can be seen straight on and they may be considered a distraction. The scan of the photo, I have provided, shows what the photo looks like straight on.
This photo is in POOR CONDITION (with many flaws throughout the photo and a lot of them can be seen straight on!)
Doris – Phyllis – Me is written on the bottom border.
Me Doris Anderson + Phyllis is written on the back.
Photo measures about 3 3/8″ x 5″.
All photos are vintage and original and all WILL show some type of wear and tear.
*Scans may be enlarged to show detail and colors may vary slightly as all monitors and screens are calibrated differently.