London, South Kensington
8 November 2007
Japan through the stereoscope, Circa 1904
a collection of twenty-two black and white stereoscope cards depicting the people of Japan in various landscape, architectural and everyday scenes in the original box, the cover in the form of a book binding -- 7½in. (19cm.) wide.
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