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The image is sometimes on the back of a glass plate and is sandwiched with another glass behind it. Later images were developed on the front of a single plate of glass.
The back of the glass was coated with a black lacquer or backed with black paper or cloth.
Even the softest camera lens brush will scratch the delicate surface.
At best use compressed air to remove loose dust or particles.
The chassis of this Aldershot & District vehicle dates from 1954, but the body we see ("MCW" in the PSVC listings) was fitted in 1967.
The seating is of the B40F layout, and we see it in the Alton Rally on 18 July 2010.
This allowed the negative-looking bare image to appear as a positive.
While the name ambrotype was derived from the Greek word ambro, meaning imperishable, it was still a delicate, easily damaged photograph.In its search for a suitable vehicle of the then new underfloor engined format, Aldershot & District initially bought a Dennis Dominant in 1951.Only three Dominant chassis were ever made, of which two were bodied, the third chassis being dis-assembled after exhibition at the 1950 Earls Court Show.The ambrotype was only in popular production for about ten years.So, if this is part of your genealogy puzzle, you can be sure it was produced between 1855 and about 1865.
Note: Don't mistake the reflection of the cover glass to be the mirror look.