Photographer: John Watkins
3½ x 2¼ inches
Reproduced with permission of the National Portrait Gallery, London
A typical carte-de-visite photograph of the period, taken when Doyle was in his late 30s. The image makes an interesting comparison with the etching of J.J. Ridley, a self-portrait of Doyle as a youth.
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Scanned image, formatting, and text by Simon Cooke
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