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LL/49052
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
Illustration from German Lutheran book Sechs Bücher vom wahren Christentum (Six Tracts on True Christianity), 1753 
1753 
Book illustration 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

  
LL/49053
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
Illustration from Light: Its Properties and Effects, (London: Religious Tract Society, 1840) 
1840 
Illustration, hand-coloured 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

  
LL/31668
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
Artist using a box camera obscura 
1875 
Book illustration 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

  
LL/31670
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Mahogany sliding box camera obscura 
Early 19th century 
Colour image 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

  
LL/49054
ThumbnailUnidentified maker 
Miragioscope, folding French cardboard camera obscura 
Early 19th century 
Colour image 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

  
LL/49055
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
Improved Camera Obscura, For the Instruction of Youth in the Art of Drawing & Coloring 
1819-1820 
Flyer 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

  
LL/49056
ThumbnailBourgeois Ainé 
French artist's Camera Obscura by Bourgeois Ainé 
Mid 19th century 
Colour image 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

  
LL/31680
ThumbnailFolder Spiel und Arbeit (Play and Work) 
1911 (ca) 
Folder cover 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

  
LL/31676
ThumbnailJ. Ouartley 
A drawing tent in the landscape with a lens on the top 
1825 (ca) 
Book illustration 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
10 
  
LL/49057
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
The Dark Chamber 
1870 (published) 
Book illustration 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
11 
  
LL/49058
ThumbnailUnidentified company 
Trade card for a camera obscura builder 
1870 (ca) 
Trade card 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
12 
  
LL/31686
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
The Camera Obscura, Central Park, New York City 
[American Scenery] 
1870s (ca) 
Stereocard 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
13 
  
LL/49059
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
Inside the Central Park camera obscura 
1877 
Magazine illustration 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
14 
  
LL/49060
ThumbnailUnidentified artists 
A camera obscura ticket and two advertising cards 
n.d. 
Tickets and cards 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
15 
  
LL/49061
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
Detail of Coney Island camera obscura from a "Popular Series" "American Views" stereo card 
n.d. 
Stereocard, detail 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
16 
  
LL/49062
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
Cover of The Illustrated Police News, August 14, 1880 
1880, 14 August (published) 
Magazine cover 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
17 
  
LL/49063
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
The camera obscura, Melville Garden at Downer Landing, Massachusetts 
1880
Stereocard, detail 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
18 
  
LL/49064
ThumbnailUnidentified artist 
A camera obscura 
1870
Watercolour painting 
3 x 5 1/4 ins 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
19 
  
LL/49065
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
View of New Brighton Beach, Liverpool, England, shows a camera obscura on wheels 
Late 19th century 
Albumen print 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 
20 
  
LL/49066
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer 
View of New Brighton Beach, Liverpool, England, shows a camera obscura on wheels 
Late 19th century 
Albumen print, detail 
Private collection of Jack and Beverly Wilgus 

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