My definition of a FAIR 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. Some of these flaws can be seen straight on, but they are not to much of a distraction. The scan of the photo, I have provided, shows what the photo looks like straight on.
This photo is in FAIR CONDITION (with many flaws throughout the photo!)
Ruth Tucker is written on the bottom border in pen.
Photo measures about 3″ x 4 1/8″.
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.