A unique book stereoscope, designed to view stereoscopic images that are printed or mounted in a book. It's made by Smith, Beck & Beck from London.
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.
A rare handheld stereoscope made by the French manufacturer Duboscq-Soleil, one of the pioneers in stereoscopy history.
"Le Nain" is a curious stereo viewer manufactured by A. Mattey from Paris. It is a cross between a handheld and multiview stereoscope and supports 45 x 107mm glass stereoviews.
This Perfecscope is manufactured by Underwood & Underwood from New York and is a Holmes-Bates stereoscope, which is the best known and most sold stereoscope-type in history.
The Verant is a stereoscope that supports multiple stereoview formats up to a size of 9 x 15cm. The stereoscope has a solid metal construction and is manufactured by Carl Zeiss from Jena.
The Gaumont Stéréodrome is a well designed and robust stereoscope for 6x13cm glass stereoviews, manufactured by the Societé des Etablissements Gaumont from Paris.