Since the readers are coming up with lots of rare items, I list one of my favorites too. This silhouette is fully painted; it is housed in a naive wooden frame. Looks like the silhouette was painted when she was in her teens. As she aged, in the tintype, she became "witchy." Note her forehead. It did not change at all. The card is pasted on to a spiritual visiting card. I sealed the back so cannot access what was printed on it exactly. The name is Adeline Partridge, b. 23 Aug. 1808, Paris, Maine. She had a twin sister named Caroline. The clover leaf pasted on is "clover from mother's grave." Her mother was Abigail Chase m. 31 Dec. 1794 to Elias Partridge.
I wish you could see the glossy untouched patina of this frame. Looks cherry with original bubbly glass.