London, South Kensington
20 October 2000
REALISTIC TRAVELS (Publisher); UNDERWOOD & UNDERWOOD (Publisher)
'The Great War', circa 1918; 'South Africa 1900'; 'Palestine through the Stereoscope early 1900s', Vol. I & Vol. II
A set of 200 printing-out-paper stereocards, publisher's credits and titles on mounts, in two book-form boxes, titled on spines; a set of seventy-two albumen print stereocards, publisher's credits and titles on mounts, in cloth box, titled on lid; a set of one hundred stereocards, gelatin silver prints, mounted on grey card, original black cloth box, titled in gilt on spine; and approx. 100 loose stereocards(a lot)
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The loose cards relate to military subjects, mostly W.W.I.
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