A. Flint

1847                    Head of State Street, Over Bancroft and Riker’s Store, Montpelier,                                                      Vermont.                                                                                                                                      1848-1849         State Street, in Ellis, Wilder & Co.’s New Building, Montpelier, Vermont.            1851-1852         Head of State Street, nearly opposite Storrs & Langdon’s, Montpelier,                                              Vermont.

A Flint was recorded in three advertisement and one announcement.  The first advertisement ran from June 17 to December 16, 1847 in the Green-Mountain Freeman (Montpelier, Vermont).   A. Flint’s Daguerreotype Miniature Rooms, Over Bancroft and Riker’s Store, at the Head of State Street, Montpelier.

As good a likeness as can be obtained can be had for one dollar and fifty cents, and neatly put up in a handsome Morocco Case.  Ladies and Gentlemen who wish for a good likeness will find it for their interest to call.

The second advertisement ran from May 25, 1848 to May 10, 1849 in the Green-Mountain Freeman (Montpelier, Vermont).   A. Flint’s Skylight Daguerreotype Gallery, State Street, Montpelier, Vt.  [in Ellis, Wilder & Co.’s New Building.]

The attention of the public is respectfully solicited to the superiority of the pictures taken at this establishment, to the distinct and life-like expression of the eye, the clearness strength and boldness with which every feature of the face is brought out, and especially to their permanency.

Miniatures taken in any weather, at reduced prices, according to size, number of persons on plate, and richness of frame or case.  Ladies and Gentlemen are invited to call and examine specimens before engaging elsewhere.  Satisfaction Guaranteed.

The announcement appeared on September 21, 1848 in the Green-Mountain Freeman (Montpelier, Vermont).  A. Flint’s Skylight Daguerreotype Gallery, State Street, Montpelier, Vt.  [In Ellis, Wilder & Co.’s New Building.]

The third advertisement ran from December 4, 1851 to February 26, 1852 in the Green-Mountain Freeman (Montpelier, Vermont).  Look at This!  Christmas And New Year’s Presents.  Those who are looking for something nice and elegant for presents for the coming Holidays, should not fail to examine the splendid assortment of Pearl-Inlaid and New York Book Cases, at Flint’s Daguerreotype Saloon, One of which, with a Beautiful Miniature will make the most acceptable and valued Souvenir that can be found.

N. B. Remember this Daguerreotype Saloon stands at the head of State St., nearly opposite Storrs & Langdon’s, where it will remain a few days.

During my stay here, you can get a perfect likeness of yourself or friends and neatly put up in a handsome Morocco Case for 75 cents.  Now is your time—Call and see at A. Flint’s Daguerreotype Saloon on Wheels.  To commence Dec. 1, 1851.

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