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I know this is not right, but my first inclination was to say it's an early daugerre of Charles Dickens.
Chuck, your inclinations were spot on, it is not Dickens, although I can see the resemblance. Mary, it is not Hale either.
I always like the way men combed their hair during this era!
I agree Rob, it reminds me of Tintin.
My first thought is Oscar Wilde. Though you *are* missing the green carnation.
Congratulations to Unknown! It is Paul Morphy, The Pride and Sorrow of Chess. Good work!
he has a cool tie..but I am not so sure about the hair style:)
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