Issue #88  5/3/2005
Spring Sale Continues as Over a Hundred New Items Are Added to I Photo Central

Over 100 new photographs have gone up on the I Photo Central website in the last month or so--most just today. Among the new items are a group of salt prints of important missionaries by Abraham Bogardus; a strong group of vintage Brassai prints; important photographs by Gary Winogrand, Baron De Meyer, Edouard Boubat, Chim, Larry Fink, Fred McDarrah, Connie Imboden, Jerry Uelsmann, Andre Kertesz, Gyorgy Kepes and Edward Weston; vintage and contemporary daguerreotypes and other hard images; and many excellent 20th-century images from the Czech Republic including photographs by Josef Sudek, Jan Saudek, Josef Ehm, Jan Lauschmann, Drahomir Josef Ruzicka and many others.

You can also now see a Special Spring Clearance sale on I Photo Central brought to you by the I Photo Central photography dealers. These items are available at special sale prices (from 20% to over 60% off the regular list price) for only a limited time, from now until only June 20th. Many of the items regular list prices were reduced earlier by over 20%, so the actual net reductions may be well over 40% to 80% in many instances. These are all final prices, so no other discounts apply. Shipping/insurance may also be added. After June 20th prices will revert on these items to the original list price.

There are some great deals, so check them out soon at: http://www.iphotocentral.com/sale/sale.php .

If you want to do further sorts on the sale list, you can go to the Search Images page at http://www.iphotocentral.com/search/search.php and put SpecialSpringSale2 into the key word field. Then you can also use the other search fields, such as price range, country, etc. When you have all your choices made, simply hit the Search button (not the Show All Images button). When you put in the key word, you must have the capital letters in properly and no space between the words or the number "2". Also make sure you do not have any extra space after the key word. This way if you are bargain hunting, you can put in a range from $1 to $500, or if you want to focus on the top end, just put in a range from $1,000 (or $2,500 or $5,000) to No Limit.