Stereoscopic photoprint; 6552/3

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Name/Title

Stereoscopic photoprint

About this object

View north along Churchyard, showing Bullard's shop. Several figures.

Stereoscopes were very popular from the 1850s to the 1930s. They allow people to view a stereoscopic pair of photographs easily by showing the scene from each eye, giving a 3D effect. Exotic places and animals were especially popular.

Medium and Materials

paper

Measurements

whole height 111mm whole width 177mm

Collection

Hitchin Museum

Object Type

Photograph

Object number

6552/3

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