✅ SOLVED I found an old tintype yesterday and would like to know how old it is?

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Any thoughts?
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I have a very limited knowledge of these photographs. However the rifle appears to be a Quackenbush. either
BB
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gun or 22 rifle, they made both. They were mostly used 1880's-1930's period. Only thing I can tell you. Screen Shot 2022-06-13 at 6.39.07 AM.png
 
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I have a very limited knowledge of these photographs. However the rifle appears to be a Quackenbush. either bb gun or 22 rifle, they made both. They were mostly used 1880-1930 period. Only thing I can tell you.
that matches up with time period of tintypes which was 1856 to the early 1900s.
 
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I was going to say if you can I.D. the gun it gives you a good range of age but Pistol Pete honed right in on that and gave you a very good range from what era it would be.
 
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