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Victorian post mortem photos

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Victorian post mortem photos

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Victorian postmortem photography

Portrait of a patient, Surrey County Asylum

Haunting Post-Mortem Photograph From The 1800s

17 Haunting Post-Mortem Photographs From The 1800s

post mortem..the parents,look at their hands..

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The awkward positioning of this woman suggest post-mortem, even though her eyes are clearly open.

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Washing the body of their dead father

children is this a momento mori? The little one leaning against the mom doesn't look quite right?!

little child in elaborate burial dress

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Post-Mortem Mother and Child

Memento Mori - Photography -From the original poster, this is a confirmed post mortem image. Its unusual to see such injuries and very sad.

  • Lynda

    Actually, this isn't a confirmed post-mortem. It is a photo of a woman suffering from a medical condition, which is why the photo was taken of the more-ravaged side of her face.

  • Deirdre Stewart
    Deirdre Stewart

    Probably a matchmaker suffering from a condition caused by exposure to phospherous

memento mori...

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Maria Halloran Postmortem. Cabinet card, ca. 1890. Her eyes remind me of this woman's, though more sunken:

Postmortem, 1877, The Netherlands

This is a beautiful postmortem photo. A little sleeping beauty with flowers placed in her hands and around her neck.

What an artistically composed photo this is of a woman and daughter documenting their mourning. Really impactful photo.

That poor women

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Ornate framed memorial Post Mortem photo with human hair, shadow box. Remembrance cabinet card photograph circa 1885, by photographer Leon Huisman of Liege Belgium.

A mourning mother with her baby or a post mortem image of a mother and her child. Late 1870s.

Tintype, 1870. Postmortem?