Definition of cabinet photograph in English:

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cabinet photograph

Entry from British & World English dictionary

noun

historical
An early type of photograph, of about 6 by 4 inches.
Example sentences
  • A cabinet photograph produced by a commercial studio (as they all were) would not be a single object to be hidden behind a sliding panel.
  • The cabinet photograph increased in popularity as the demand for carte de visite portraits fell.
  • These cabinet photographs were taken by Naperville photography studios in the late 19th century.

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