Revolving stereoscope

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The revolving stereoscope is a multiple view stereoscope that uses a rotating chain with holders for the stereoviews. By turing a knob the stereoviews will be brought successively into view. This type of viewer was most popular in the 1860-1900 period.

Mattey revolving stereoscope and the chain which can be removed from the device to place the stereoviews in the holders.
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