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Negretti & Zambra, creator. Stereographoscope :
Negretti & Zambra
ca. 1875
Underwood & Underwood, creator. Sun Sculpture stereoscope.
Underwood & Underwood
Sun Sculpture stereoscope
not before 1901
 Peep egg viewer of Weymouth, Dorset.
Peep egg viewer of Weymouth, Dorset
ca. 1855
P. and J. Dollond. Camera lucida.
P. and J. Dollond
Camera lucida
early 19th century
 The Kinora.
The Kinora
 Camera lucida.
Camera lucida
late 19th century?
 Gems of American scenery :
Gems of American scenery
late 18th century
late 19th century?
 Stereoscope :
late 19th century
Carpenter & Westley. Camera lucida.
Carpenter & Westley
Camera lucida
late 19th century
 Brewster stereoscope.
Brewster stereoscope
late 19th century
Dallmeyer, J. H. (John Henry), (1830-1883), creator. Stereoscope.
Dallmeyer, J. H. (John Henry), (1830-1883)
approximately 1870
Smith, Beck, and Beck, creator.  Binocular magnifying glass.
Smith, Beck, and Beck
Binocular magnifying glass
between 1857 and 1865
 Monocular opaque glass viewer enclosing a print showing the Thames Tunnel.
Monocular opaque glass viewer enclosing a print showing the Thames Tunnel
approximately 1843
R. & J. Beck (Firm), creator. Achromatic stereoscope.
R. & J. Beck (Firm)
Achromatic stereoscope
not before 1865
 Optimix Pix viewer.
Optimix Pix viewer
2016 or 2017
P. Berville (Paris, France) Camera lucida.
P. Berville (Paris, France)
Camera lucida
approximately 1900
 Fenby's patent Panteidoscope.
Fenby's patent Panteidoscope
[ca. 1885]
 Microscope camera lucida.
Microscope camera lucida
approximately 1850?
Nachet, Jean Alfred, 1831-1908. Microscope camera lucida.
Nachet, Jean Alfred, 1831-1908
Microscope camera lucida
Claymore Co. (Cedaredge, Colo.) The stereoscope :
Claymore Co. (Cedaredge, Colo.)
The stereoscope
ca. 1980?
 [Camera obscura].
[Camera obscura]
[mid-19th century]
 NeoLucida XL.
NeoLucida XL