No, I did not find it, I'm simply passing on some info in the latest online newsletter of the NEHGS. A new daguerrotype of John Quincy Adams has been found, and you can see it here: https://www.nytimes.com/2017/08/16/arts/design/john-quincy-adams-daguerreotype-sothebys-auction.html. You can download it and enlarge it for a better idea of what he looked like. It does resemble a much-older version of the painting in the Alden-Mullins section, so that was probably a decent resemblance of him as a young man. Taken in March 1843 it is claimed to be the oldest surviving photo of a US president.
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