American Novelty Co., Cincinnati, Ohio; coin-operated, metal body, with a pair of viewing lenses, trigger operated card changing mechanism and containing title card from the set of views reading WHITING'S MINIATURE MUSEUM DOES FOR THE EYE WHAT ''RADIO'' DOES FOR THE EAR , THE NEXT FIFITEEN EXIBITS,''WORLD WONDERS''CAN BE SEEN IF YOU DROP A PENNY IN COIN SLOT AND PULL TRIGGER EACH TIME YOU WANT THE SCENE TO CHANGE MANUFACTURED BY THE AMERICAN NOVELTY CO., PAT MAY 20, 1913, CINNCINNATI, OHIO, the cast metal base stamped PATENTS APPLIED
Paul Wing (1996), Stereoscopes. The First One Hundred Years, p. 164-165.
The Scultoscope was granted an American patent on November 28 1922, no. 1,436,742.