Several years ago a photo titled "The Bronte Sisters" was found
in France and purchased to help illustrate a book on early photography. It wasn't thought to be of
any great interest until it was discovered that there were no photos of the sisters and the present
A photo on glass,1. it dates from the 1850s, and written on the back
in French is “Les Sœurs Brontë.” Although Emily and Anne died in the 1840s, copies were made of
their other portraits in the 1850s, one by a photographer from France.
You can compare these ladies with images and descriptions of the Bronte Sisters
and there is research on the fashions, early photography and a possible location.