The Natural Stereoscope
J. Wood, Huddersfield; the walnut-veneered case with hinged top with inset mirror, side door, rear glass screen, lacquered-brass fittings, base focusing knob, laterally adjusting viewing lenses, brass plate engraved and paint-filled THE NATURAL STEREOSCOPE. PATENT. J. WOOD, BIRKBY, HUDDERSFIELD, raised on an adjustable brass column with decorative black and red paint banding, and ornately-carved four scrolling legs above a shaped base
Paul Wing (1996), Stereoscopes: The First One Hundred Years, p. 41-42.

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This very decoratively carved example is described by Wing as the Deluxe model.

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