London, South Kensington
20 July 2004
E. Reynauld, Paris; miniature model, with 12cm. diameter drum, on a turned wood base with a quantity of matching and larger format picture strips
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Herbert & McKernan (1996), Who's Who of Victorian Cinema, pp. 120-121.
Reynauld's Praxinoscope was patented on 21 December 1877 and it received an honourable mention at the 1878 Paris Exposition. The basic device underwent several improvements and developments.
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