Henry Clay Sterreo, 1892 - 99
Anthony Champion Stereo, c.1887
Stereo Solograph, c.1902
Royal Mail Stamp Camera, c.1907-15
Lancaster Stereo Instantograph, c.1891
Peck style 4-Lens CdV Wetplate, 1860s
Peck style 9-Lens CdV Wetplate, 1860s
Ferrotype Bon Ton View Box, 1870s
John Stock view box, late 1860s
No.2 Stereo Brownie, 1905-10
Blair Stereo Hawkeye No.2
Anthony Climax Multiplying Camera. 1880s - 90s (5x7 inch format)
Multiple Lens Cameras
"It is a novel experiment to illustrate a book of travels with photographs, a few years back so perishable, and so difficult to reproduce. But the art is now so far advanced, that we can multiply the copies with the same facility, and print them with the same materials as in the case of woodcuts or engravings" - John Thomson, 1873
American Optical Co:
Henry Clay Stereoscopic
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Anthony (E. & H.T.):
Stereo Solograph
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Kodak (Eastman):
No.2 Stereo Brownie
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Stock (John):
Multiplying View Box
Anthony (E. & H.T.):
Champion Stereo
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Blair Camera Co:
Stereo Hawkeye No.2
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J. Lancaster & Son:
Stereo Instantograph
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Unknown American Builder:
4-Lens CdV Wetplate
Anthony (E. & H.T.):
Climax Multiplying Camera
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Butcher:
Royal Mail Stamp Camera
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Scovill Manufacturing Co:
4-Lens Bon Ton View Box
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Unknown American Builder:
9-Lens 'gem' Wetplate
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