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From my own collection, sold as found, imperfect. No slider and one lens is missing. No velvet on the edge. Hand crafted aluminum, Worlds Exposition insignia, wooden handle is marked "SATURN" scope. Trademarks 1895 and 1896.
This is a nice and VERY rare stereoscope or stereo viewer from late 19th century. The late Victorian stereoscope is from the 1900 Exposition Internationale. (International exposition). It is marked The "Saturn" Scope and has 1896 patent dates. It also is marked "James Davis 21 Washington Place NY USA". .
The viewer is about 13" long and is in good condition with a few apologies. The little slider is missing, the velvet has deteriorated, one of the pieces of glass is no longer present, and one stud is missing from the aluminum section. Despite these apologies, this is a lovely piece sure to be a great addition to your collection of antique photo memorabilia!
Terrific antique collectible and perfect to enjoy as it is and display or restore and use it with stereoscope slides.