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Stereoscopes
Stereoscopes

Stereoscopes were used for viewing stereo cards. Sir Charles Wheatstone's reflecting stereoscope was the first patented stereo-card viewer in 1838. The hand viewer was invented by Oliver Wendell Holmes, although more complicated table models were used before his was produced in 1859. Do not confuse the stereoscope with the stereopticon, a magic lantern that used glass slides.


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 StereoscopesA. Mattey Unis, Walnut, Scenes, Unis France, c.19302010Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesAbrams2 Or 4 Power, Model Cb-12002Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesAlan BeckersRosewood Veneer, Holds 36 Cards, With Cards, Pat. 1857-18591999Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesAluminum Folding Handle, Cards, c.1900, 7 x 12 x 8 In.2016Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesAluminum Hood Metal Eyepiece1904, 12 In. 2012Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesAluminum HoodMetal Eyepiece, 1904,12 In. 2012Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBeckerStereo Double Viewer, Walnut, 2 Lens Sets, 1857 Patent, 15 In.2007Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBlack Ebony Folding, France, c.18902010Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBox Form 2-Sided, Cards, Victorian, 17 In.2015Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewsterMahogany, Hinged Hood2003Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewsterMahogany, Serpentine Body, Hinged Hood, Ground Glass2003Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewsterPainted Black, Hinged Hood, Binocular Eyepieces, Ground Glass2003Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewsterWalnut, Hinged Hood, London2003Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewsterWalnut, Serpentine Body, Hinged Hood, Ground Glass2003Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewsterWalnut, Serpentine Case2003Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster Handheld, Rosewood, c.1870, 4 x 9 In. 2012Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewsterHandheld, Rosewood, c.1870, 4 x 9 In. 2012Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster Mahogany, 1850s, 7 3/4 x 3 3/4 x 6 3/8 In.2016Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster FormBiedermeier Style, Fruitwood, Table Top, Late 1800s, 9 3/4 In.2007Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster PatternMahogany Body, Glass Screen, Brass, 14 1/2 In.2007Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster Pattern Ogee Mahogany Body, Bone Fittings, Brassbound Lenses, 6 In. 2008Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster StyleIvory Label, C.1860, 15 In.2000Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster StyleBurl Wood Brass Focusable Oculars c.18652011Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster StylePainted Black Color Detail Marble Applied Tin Figure 18 In.2011Login / Create Account for Price
 StereoscopesBrewster Style Handheld, Metal Barrels, Rosewood Veneer, c.1870, 7 x 4 x 6 In. 2012Login / Create Account for Price


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