Instructive Optical Toys. Magic Lanterns, Dissolving View Apparati, Sciopticons, Cinematographs, Large collection of new slides in sets. Stereoscopes. Magnifying glasses, Reading glasses (1906)

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“Pharus” This Lantern is recommended as being absolutely accurate and reliable. The objective and lenses are of the finest quality. If the excellent working capacity together with the cheap price is brought into consideration, the value of the Lantern is unequalled. Magic Lantern “Aladin” Tin Iron japanned, with oil Lamp, on Tin Socle, with 6 glass slides, packed in cardboard box 8OO/21/2 Glass slides 1 in. wide, lens ^4 ‘dam cloz. 16/10 n /3 „ w IVs » n „ 1 „ „^ss.sli4oi ,, 25/8 Magic Lantern ‘Tharus” Tin Iron japanned, with petroleum lamp, packed in strong cardboard box, with 12 fine glass slides (slides in separate grooved box) ;jtor sizes 4—8 Large assortment of Extra Slides for Magic Lanterns see section “Lantern Slides”.