|Country of Origin:||United Kingdom|
|Construction:||Standard tailboard construction as commonly used in the period.|
|Plate / Film Size:||¼ plate|
|Lens:||London Stereoscopic Company Rapid Rectilinear|
|Dimensions (w x h x l):|
|Date of this Example:||c1895|
|Serial Number:||None on the camera. Serial 7501 on the lens.|
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Mahogany and brass ¼ plate tailboard camera, bearing a plate on the front above the lens "Stereoscopic Company, 110 & 108 Regent St". Channing & Dunn identify this address as being relevant between 1885 and 1895.
The lens is named as an "RR" (Rapid Rectilinear) with "London Stereoscopic Lens" engraved on the barrel. The lens takes waterhouse stops (not with the camera). The ground glass screen is present, but there were no dark slides.
The camera is in good order, with only one significant piece of damage to the rear section of the fold down tailboard where part of the wooden 'track' has broken. The brasswork is heavily tarnished.