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|There might be writing on the back
that can be enhanced to reveal
|age 19 years old
to Uncle George
|There are three common marks that you might find on the back of a photo that can help identify it:
a lot number, the logo of the print paper used, or a personal mark made by the person developing the film.
|Lot numbers can tell you which photos are
from the same roll of film.
|The type of logo can give hints on date.
|Look for pencil marks made by the person
developing the film.
|Other useful features are crinkly edges that match, logos that have been divided across two pictures,
and logos that creep in position from picture to picture.
|A logo divided across
|Crinkly edges that match.
|A logo that creeps in position from
one photo to the next.