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Cream mounts were always popular, but bolder, dark colours like black, dark brown, green or burgundy began to appear in the 1880s and 1890s.
The carte de visite was displaced by the larger cabinet card in the 1880s.
However, the cabinet card's image area was more than double the CDV. While it was a bigger image than the CDV, it did not offer much of a quality difference until the mid-1880s.
It was introduced in the late 1860s in England, but did not gain much attention in the U. That is when the effect of new photographic papers and camera improvements really became apparent.
These included beveled edges, gilt treatment, and scalloped edges.
Throughout the time however, plain straight cut edges could be found also.