In 1866, the photographers Andrew Taylor (1832–1909) and George Taylor opened their first studio in London's Cannon Street. They expanded to have 30 outlets in major British cities and some in the US. In 1886, they received a Royal Warrant, and became self-proclaimed "Photographers to the Queen".
By 1901, they were producing picture postcards, using four different series, the Reality Series of greetings, children, actresses, and military themes, as real photo postcards, the Carbontone Series of black and white printed views and greetings, the Orthochrome Series of views and greetings, printed in tinted halftone, and a Comic Series. After 1914, they moved their main studio to Hastings, but may have closed by 1918.
- Jeremy Ottevanger, Museum Systems Team, Museum of London. "photoLondon: person details for 19th Century Photographers Database – Taylor, Andrew". photolondon.org.uk. Retrieved 2 August 2017.CS1 maint: Multiple names: authors list (link)
- "A. & G. Taylor, National Portrait Gallery". Portrait.gov.au. Retrieved 26 February 2017.
- Petrulis, Alan. "MetroPostcard List of Postcard Publishers T". Metropostcard.com. Retrieved 26 February 2017.
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