I have an old photo of a woman who is in a very thick beveled glass and on the back, she is printed with "Photo Chromography", it's an advertisement that says it's the most recent discovery of photographic science that a life similar to that of reproduction can be made. Upload any photo or type of tin in color. They are all made on this flat glass and sold with a beautiful metal easel at $ 1.50 each and your original photo will be sent back to you. From the new Photo Co.
First, I do not find the word Chromography only on chromatography. I would really like to know when this process was used so that I could get an idea of its age. The image of the woman is at the time of the American Civil War, but she could have used any photo from the era for advertising purposes.