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Available now on and In the 1860s the backs of CDVs were very thin, often they were layers of paper/cardboard. By the later 1880s and 1890s the backs were very thick.
One reason is that people did not purchase clothing as often as we do now.
Your ancestor may have only owned one nice dress or suit that was used for all sorts of occasions.
The 1860s verso had a simple logo and writing, somewhat like an ink stamp.
By 1865 the logo had changed to a design in the middle.
Knowing when a photograph was taken, where it was taken – together with the details of the image itself – often make it possible to decide who the sitter really is. Sometimes it can even confirm that it is NOT who you think it is! There can be so many clues which, when all taken together, can give you a very accurate result.