This item consists of two sepia-toned 19th Century Cartes de Visite of George and Martha Washington Set 2. Each card measures 4" high by 1.4375" wide and the photograph has been attached to a cardboard back. The portrait of Martha Washington appears to be from an engraving that was used on the $1 Silver Certificate, which were first printed in 1886. The image shows the First Lady wearing a ruffled scarf tied beneath her chin. The card is marked "Published by The New York Photographic Co No 453 Broadway New York." The source of the portrait of George Washington has not been identified. It shows an unsmiling older President with long sideburns, a high-collared jacket, and a ruffled shirt. The back of the card is blank, but the front is marked "George Washington." These 19th Century Cartes de Visite of George and Martha Washington Set 2 are in fair condition with some light spotting and stains. Ideal for use in an art project.