Stereocards and Stereoscope (set of 40), circa 1890
Scope and Contents
Forty stereocards and one stereoscope viewer. The stereocards depict various scenes. The stereoscope includes all metal components with a wooden handle. The stereocards have not yet been further arranged and described. A partial inventory of the stereocards provided by the seller:
- 5. Now Don't Move -child with a cat
- 4. The Last Straw- man with a woman on his lap
- 10. My Old Play Mate-girl with a dog
- 3. Dreaming Of The Future- Black Americana
- 11. The Art Of Gossip- women drinking tea
- 12. One of Uncle Sam's Banquets-men eating under a tent
- 117. The Avenue of Fountains from the Balcony of Peterhof Palace, Peterhof Russia
- 109. Unloading a Japanese Transport at Chinampo Korea
- 113. Coolies Unloading Military Stores at Pieng Yang Korea
- 114. Japanese Troops Boarding the Train at Seoul Korea
- 116. The Beautiful Carved Karamon or Chinese Gate, Nikko, Japan
- 105. Naval Funeral of Vice Commander Shirose Tokio, Japan
- 106. Wounded Soldiers returning to Japan from Manchuria
- 120. Nicolai Bridge, St. Petersburg, Russia
- 123. Picking the Famous Uji Tea, Near Tokyo, Japan
- 16. A Full Load-children sitting on a Burro
- Creation: circa 1890
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0.5 Cubic Feet (2 boxes) : Stereocards, Stereoscopes
Language of Materials
The stereocards have not yet been further arranged and described.
Immediate Source of Acquisition
Ebay purchase from seller tommyj_1 on 1/10/16.
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