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Helioscopic Magic lantern, circa 1880-1910, probably Walter Tyler. Incomplete and requiring some attention but with attractive 7'' lens in good condition and with slip in slide box in base

Victorian mahogany & Japanned metal Magic lantern with brass lens

A Perken, Sons & Co. Ltd 'Optimus Magic Lantern', tin case with brass lens holder

Magic lantern slides, collection including Cinderella (11), Arctic (13), Jesus (10), the hole Where Father's Wages Went (6), other photographic types including china (4), Egypt (2) and Fiji. Condition varies. (70 items)

Magic lantern Robert Ballantine, Glasgow; polished wood body, with lacquered-brass fittings, brass bound lens, electric illuminant, slide carrier and chimney, in a fitted wood case

Magic lantern and glass slides c1900, consisting of lantern by Newton & Co Makers London W.I. And approx 200 glass slides of Europe some Australia. Lantern not tested but complete andin good condition. (200+)

Magic lantern, British; mahogany-body with lacquered-brass fittings, condensing lens, brass bound lens, slide carrier and chimney

Boule magic lantern French; painted metal body, with chimney lens and lens cover

Victorian magic lantern, German, black tin with gold painted detail, 'J S' logo, with twenty-two slides (some damage) lacking burner, in original wooden box (P) ; and another incomplete magic lantern (P) (2)

Kaleidescopic Optical Magic lantern slide c1860, double Rackwork Chromatrope mechanical hand painted hand crank slide. Fruitwood and brass crank, wooden encased glass revolving slide. In wonderful condition

W.B. & Sons Ltd. British made Magic lantern projector (c1900) for 31/4 x 3 1/4' slides, converted to electric power, with 8' lens & box of glass slides (38, hymns) & 2 wooden slide carriers. Also, Stereo glass Positives: a group of stereo images including