Box body stereoscope; fixed back; hinged lid with flat mirror; ground glass missing; c. 1880. Lenses on rack and pinion focused rectangular tube; hinged front. Eye shields. Double brass telescopic stand, with pivot for tilting; turned wooden base. Overall (approx): 420 mm x 210 mm x 210 mm x 210 mm (dia. base).
Pedestal stereoscope by W W Rouch and Company, made in England, late 19th century.
A box body stereoscope on a double brass telescopic stand, with pivot for tilting and a turned wooden base. Stereoscopes used two slightly different two-dimensional photographs of the same view, to create a three dimensional view.
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overall (approx): 420 mm x 210 mm x 210 mm, 210 mm,
- tools and equipment
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- image viewing equipment
- photographic viewing equipment
- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford
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