WHY WAS SHE POINTING? The children’s archivally prepared sixth plate was a holographic black & white representation that shows the closeness of the kids even if it was only for the moment the lens was uncovered and their visages were recorded on the skillfully polished surface. The patterns in the gal’s blouse and long ribbons contrasted nicely against the midnight tones of her coiled thick hair and her brother’s jacket and trousers. Naturally, I wonder what type of book the lad held and was the image the lass touched related to childhood? Aside from a few hazy mold spiders and nice patina inside the scalloped brass mat, the silvery jewel has outstanding condition. When a complete leather case with a bright red silk pad is opened two sets of eyes will immediately challenge the next collector; begging to be engaged in conversation!