Stereo Lorgnette - Antique and Vintage Cameras

Stereo Lorgnette

c. 1855

William Edward & Frederick Newton



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Mahogany 6 ⅜" long. 2 ½" lens separation, 9/16" diameter lenses, these are complete lenses. Comfortable viewing distance of around 12".

Address: W E & F Newton. Opticians & Globe Makers to the Queen. 3 Fleet Street Temple Bar. London.

It is unusual to find named examples of the lorgnette, they were never popular and only made in small numbers. This example can be dated by the name and address to between 1852 and 1857.

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