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LL/11307
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Smith, Beck & Beck "Achromatic" Stereoscope (English) 
1859 (patent) 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#13 / 492) 
  
62 
  
LL/11113
ThumbnailEarly stereo viewer embossed on leather covered lid, "Loyd's American Stereoscope, Patented April 15th, 1856". 
n.d. 
Stereo viewer 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#14 / 22) 
  
63 
  
LL/11114
ThumbnailEarly stereo viewer embossed on leather covered lid, "Loyd's American Stereoscope, Patented April 15th, 1856". 
n.d. 
Stereo viewer 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#14 / 22) 
  
64 
  
LL/11123
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Holmes-Bates style Stereoscope; "the Stereo-Gothard", patented by R. Y. Young, 1901 
1901 (patent) 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#14 / 32) 
  
65 
  
LL/11124
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Holmes-Bates style Stereoscope; "the Stereo-Gothard", patented by R. Y. Young, 1901 
1901 (patent) 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#14 / 32) 
  
66 
  
LL/11116
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Classic early Brewster style Stereoscope by Carpenter & Westley, London, in a fitted mahogany box. 
1856 (ca) 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#14 / 24) 
  
67 
  
LL/11121
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
French folding Brewster style stereoscope 
1870s (ca) 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#14 / 30) 
  
68 
  
LL/11002
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Brewster style Stereoscope (English) 
1860s (ca) 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#15 / 24) 
  
69 
  
LL/13120
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Classic French or English Brewster style stereoscope with extra large lenses 
1870s (ca) 
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#16/22) 
  
70 
  
LL/13121
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Classic French or English Brewster style stereoscope with extra large lenses 
1870s (ca) 
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#16/22) 
  
71 
  
LL/13877
ThumbnailUnderwood & Underwood 
Advertising view (uncertain) 
n.d. 
Stereoview, detail 
Jefferson Stereoptics 
Courtesy of John Saddy (Auction, Tues. August 29th & Thurs. August 31st, 2006, # 06-3, Lot 753) 
  
72 
  
LL/11007
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
French "EDUCA" table top stereoscope manufactured by Mattey for the French school system 
n.d. 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#15 / 33) 
  
73 
  
LL/11112
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Table top stereoscope in ebony with colorful hand painted decoration (French) 
1870s (ca) 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#14 / 21) 
  
74 
  
LL/11115
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Cadwell Revolving Stereoscope, with interior label showing patent date of January 6th 1874. 
n.d. 
Stereoscope 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#14 / 23) 
  
75 
  
LL/12480
ThumbnailAlexander 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 
76 
  
LL/15801
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Untitled image showing a lady viewing in a Becker-style scope 
n.d. 
Stereocard, detail 
Jefferson Stereoptics 
Courtesy of John Saddy (Auction, Tue, Dec 12, 2006 & Thu, Dec 14, 2006, # 06-4, Lot 74) 
  
77 
  
LL/36692
ThumbnailRelief Pictures seen through the Stereoscope: An Eighty-Year-Old Pastime. After the Painting by Steven Spurrier, R.B.A. 
1940, 20 November 
Magazine cover 
The Courtauld Institute of Art 
Copyright: Illustrated London News Ltd. All rights reserved, Gale Document Number: HN3100324911 
  
78 
  
LL/12479
ThumbnailCharles T. Moore 
Stereoscopic Views! 
n.d. 
Broadside 
National Gallery of Canada, The Origins of Photography: The Matthew R. Isenburg and Enhanced Isenburg Collections 1840-1880 
79 
  
LL/13131
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
French Gaumont sterescope for 6 x 13cm glass stereo slides, together with a purpose built storage cabinet 
1920s (ca) 
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#16/36) 
  
80 
  
LL/13130
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
R.R. Whiting Coin Operated Stereoscope, "the Sculptoscope" 
1920s (ca) 
 
Stereographica - Antique Photographica 
Courtesy of Bryan and Page Ginns (#16/35) 
  

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