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Old style toys - Stereoscope

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Stereoscope. In 1838, Sir Charles Wheatstone invented the ?stereoscopy? an instrument which allowed to see drawings from two different angles, giving the impression of tridemensionality.
Development of photography transform the stereoscope from a simple scientific curiosity into one of the most popular ?toys? of the bourgeoisie after 1850. This model is a reproduction of the one created by Oliver Wendell Holmes in 1862.

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  • Origin : SPAIN
  • Style : Art Nouveau
  • Designer : Hemisferium
  • Date of creation : 1999
  • Ref. Fab. : H60

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