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LL/63951
E. Wenkebach (Amsterdam, maker)
Wheatstone stereoscope
1844
Stereoscope
 
Teylers Museum
Object number: FK 0331
 
LL/63951

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LL/60366
Unidentified photographer (American)
[Stereoscopic Portrait of Man Holding Stereoscopic Viewer, Franz Friedrich]
1840s-1860s
Daguerreotype, stereo
6.3 x 4.5 cm (2 1/2 x 1 3/4 in. ) each
 
Metropolitan Museum of Art
Gift of Mr. and Mrs. F.S. Sander, 1968, Accession Number: 68.552.7
 
LL/60366 [Further details available]

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LL/13124
English Holmes-Bates style combination viewer for stereoscopic views and magic lantern slides
1900 (ca)
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#16/29)
 
LL/13124 [Further details available]

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LL/17420
HOLMES-BATES stereoscope on a Bush patented stand
n.d.
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#17 / 17)
 
LL/17420 [Further details available]

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LL/68400
Lowden/Scott’s (patent)
Stereoscope no.199 on a lacquered-brass and wooden column and turned wooden base, sold by Negretti & Zambra, London
1856
Stereoscope
 
National Museums Scotland
Museum Reference: IL.2003.44.10.211
 
LL/68400

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LL/11002
Brewster style Stereoscope (English)
1860s (ca)
Stereoscope
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#15 / 24)
 
LL/11002 [Further details available]

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LL/68679
London Stereoscopic Company
English Brewster style stereoscope with brass decoration
1860 (ca)
Stereoscope
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Auction #29, 17 September 2016, Lot: 143
 
LL/68679

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LL/63949
Stereoscope
1865 (ca)
Stereoscope
 
Teylers Museum
Object number: FK 0377
 
LL/63949

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LL/63950
Louis Jules Duboscq (Paris, maker)
Brewster stereoscope
1851
Stereoscope
 
Teylers Museum
Object number: FK 0376
 
LL/63950

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LL/76399
A Smith, Beck and Beck mirror stereo book viewer
1859 (ca)
Stereoviewer
 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus
 
LL/76399

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LL/68398
Stereoscope, Mascher’s Improved Stereoscope, case with pair of viewing lenses on a hinged panel, holding a stereo-ambrotype of an unidentified lady
1850s
Stereoscope
 
National Museums Scotland
History of Science, Howarth-Loomes Collection, Museum Reference: IL.2003.44.10.167
 
LL/68398

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LL/68662
William Edward Kilburn
Stereo Daguerreotype of a young highlander in a Kilburn patent viewing case
n.d.
Kilburn patent viewing case
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Auction #29, 17 September 2016, Lot: 16
 
LL/68662

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LL/68663
William Edward Kilburn
Stereo Daguerreotype of a young highlander in a Kilburn patent viewing case
n.d.
Kilburn patent viewing case
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Auction #29, 17 September 2016, Lot: 16
 
LL/68663

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LL/68665
F.W. Baker and Co
Stereo Daguerreotype and viewing case by Baker’s of Calcutta
n.d.
Stereo daguerreotype viewing case
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Auction #29, 17 September 2016, Lot: 17
 
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LL/12480
Alexander Beckers of New York City patented a stereo-viewer on April 7, 1857. It had a revolving mechanism which allowed multiple views of different types to be inspected sequentially by turning a knob.
n.d.
Stereo viewer
 
National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880
 
LL/12480 [Further details available]

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LL/55442
Art-Nouveau “Imperial” stereoscope
n.d.
Stereoscope
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#27 / 177)
 
LL/55442

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LL/68365
J.P. White (Photographist, Glasgow)
A bearded young man with a Brewster stereoscope
1853-1855
Ambrotype, 1/6 plate
 
National Museums Scotland
History of Science, Howarth-Loomes Collection, Museum Reference: IL.2003.44.1.30
 
LL/68365

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LL/68373
Unidentified photographer
A seated young woman, with a Brewster stereoscope and a stereo view on a table beside her
1850s
Ambrotype, 1/8 plate
 
National Museums Scotland
History of Science, Howarth-Loomes Collection, Museum Reference: IL.2003.44.1.82
 
LL/68373

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LL/68371
Unidentified photographer
A seated young woman, with a Brewster stereoscope and a stereo view in her hand
1850s
Ambrotype, 1/8 plate, mounted for wall hanging
 
National Museums Scotland
History of Science, Howarth-Loomes Collection, Museum Reference: IL.2003.44.1.50
 
LL/68371

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LL/61869
Unidentified photographer
Young woman sitting at table, holding a stereoviewer
1856
Albumen print
 
Hungarian National Museum
2845/1958 fk
 
LL/61869

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LL/67872
J. Petersens (Jönköping, Sweden)
Studio portrait of a girl holding a stereoviewer
1860s
Carte de visite
 
Private collection of Hector Meinhof
 
LL/67872

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LL/67873
J. Petersens (Jönköping, Sweden)
Studio portrait of a girl holding a stereoviewer
1860s
Carte de visite, detail
 
Private collection of Hector Meinhof
 
LL/67873

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LL/48723
Victor Laredo
Heirlooms, Wappinger's Falls, New York State
1951
Gelatin silver pint, sepia-toned
16 x 20 ins
 
Victor Laredo Estate
 
LL/48723

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LL/55508
Stereoscopic Radiography
1918
Book illustration
 
Flickr
Internet Archive Book Images
 
LL/55508 [Further details available]

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LL/80959
Unidentified photographer
Girls with Stereoviewers and Photographs
1860-1865 (ca)
Stereocard
 
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Gift of the Hall Family Foundation, Object number: 2005.37.40
 
LL/80959

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LL/81943
Universal Photo Art / C.H. Graves (Publisher)
3268 The ? View Agent Soliciting [Kissing the wife of his customer]
n.d.
Stereocard
 
Private collection of Leigh Gleason
 
LL/81943

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LL/85192
Strohmeyer & Wyman (copyright)
An Optical Delusion
n.d.
Stereocard
 
Private collection of Leigh Gleason
 
LL/85192

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LL/78937
Jacob Spoel (1820-1868)
Group of Women Looking at Stereoscope Photographs
1868 (ca)
Oil on panel
41.5 x 48.8 cm
 
Rijksmuseum
NG-2008-11
 
LL/78937

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LL/79374
William Wellman (director)
Young Ester Blodgett (Janet Gaynor) fantasizes about her future in Hollywood as her father remains completely distracted by the view through his stereoscope. (Film still from William Wellman, "A Star is Born", 2:17)
1937
Film frame
 
Private collection of Hal Rammel
 
LL/79374

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LL/78358
A cowbow using a stereoviewer ("Gunsmoke")
1957
Screen capture
 
Internet - Original source ill-defined
Screen capture by Jaime Clay (October 2017)?
 
LL/78358 [Further details available]

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LL/61190
Franz Graf von Pocci (1807-1876)
Stereoskopomania. Franz Hanfstengl (left) with friends in a stereo-ecstasy
1867
Coloured drawing
 
Deutsches Museum
 
LL/61190

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LL/81097
Dave Heath
Untitled
1954
Gelatin silver print
2 15/16 x 4 ins (7.46 x 10.16 cm)
 
Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art
Gift of the Hall Family Foundation, Object number: 2005.37.346.67
 
LL/81097

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LL/84243
Unidentified photographer
A collector of stereocards, stereo cameras and viewers
n.d.
Black and white photograph
 
Private collection of Graham Pilecki
 
LL/84243

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LL/84370
Unidentified photographer
Curator Edward McCann at the RCMP Museum in Regina, Canada, examining an exhibition of reproduction stereoscopes and copy views
1977 (ca)
Polaroid
 
Private collection of Edward McCann
 
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Contents - Themes & Fragments
Ambrotypes - Ambrotypes: Portrait
Ambrotypes - Cased ambrotypes
Art - How artists have portrayed lanternists, photographers and photography
Carte de visite - Carte de visites: Photographica
Cased photographs - Cased ambrotypes
Daguerreotypes - Stereo daguerreotypes
Gelatin silver prints - Gelatin silver prints: Sepia-toned
Painting on photographs - Gelatin silver prints: Sepia-toned
Photographers - How artists have portrayed lanternists, photographers and photography
Photographic exhibitions - Introduction to photographic exhibitions
Photography assimilated into popular culture - How artists have portrayed lanternists, photographers and photography
Photography assimilated into popular culture - Introduction to popular culture and photography
Portrait - Ambrotypes: Portrait
Stereoscopes - Introduction to stereoscopes
Stereoscopes - Stereoscopes: Becker
Stereoscopes - Stereoscopes: Brewster
Stereoscopes - Stereoscopes: Desktop
Stereoscopes - Stereoscopes: Holmes-Bates
Stereoscopes - Stereoscopes: Mascher
Stereoscopes - Stereoscopes: Wheatstone
Stereoviews, stereographs and stereocards - Introduction to books illustrated with stereoviews
Stereoviews, stereographs and stereocards - Introduction to stereoviews
Stereoviews, stereographs and stereocards - Stereo daguerreotypes
Stereoviews, stereographs and stereocards - Stereoviews: Photographica
Viewers - Stereoscopes: Becker
Viewers - Stereoscopes: Brewster
Viewers - Stereoscopes: Desktop
Viewers - Stereoscopes: Holmes-Bates
Viewers - Stereoscopes: Mascher
Viewers - Stereoscopes: Wheatstone


 
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