The glass stereoviews of Ferrier & Soulier were of a high technical and artistic level. They were very popular in the 1850s and 1860s and were admired as the finest produced.
A rare viewing case with a black and white stereo daguerreotype of a man and a woman. The viewing case dates from the 1850s and is made by Mascher from Philadelphia.
After a long search I finally added a wooden tailboard stereo camera to my collection which is made by the renowned manufacturer Mackenstein from Paris.
An American Cabinet Card from c. 1880 with an image of a little boy and a stereoscope.
A rare handheld stereoscope made by the French manufacturer Duboscq-Soleil, one of the pioneers in stereoscopy history.
A hand tinted stereo daguerreotype of a woman. Daguerreotype was the first publicly available photography process and marked the beginning of the photography era.
Éditions S.T.L. was one of the most prolific producers of glass and paper stereoviews with images of the First World War but not much is known about the company.