Tricks in School Room 1875 Kids Boys FG Weller Children Photo Stereoview D202 For Sale
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Tricks in School Room 1875 Kids Boys FG Weller Children Photo Stereoview D202:
"Tricks in School."
Published by Littleton View company, which was founded by Franklin G. Weller (1833-1877) in 1861. Sometime in the 1870s, he sold the rights and negatives to George H. Aldrich.
This is a stereoview (also known as a stereograph or stereoscope card). It was one of the first forms of 3D photography. The images were captured with a special stereoscopic camera, which had two lenses - simulating the view of our left and right eyes. The two, nearly identical pictures were then mounted next to each other (most commonly on a piece of cardstock, glued on as photographs or printed as lithographs). The image could then be seen in three dimensions when viewed through a device known as a stereoscope, stereopticon, and/or televiewer.
Standard-size stereograph, measuring about 3.5 x 7 inches.
Will be shipped safely and securely! All of my paper items are protected in archival-safe polypropylene sleeves and packaged in rigid cardstock.