Objects in the Exhibition

    1st case- below

  1. – Inventory No. 59210, Home-Made Card Thaumatrope of Cat and Dog, Early 19th Century
  2. – Inventory No. 63940, Home-Made Card Thaumatrope of Horse and Rider, Early 19th Century
  3. – Inventory No. 19480, ‘Living Photograph’ Flip Book, by Gies & Co., USA, c.1897
  4. – Inventory No. 22974, Flip Book, by T.W. Eggers, New York,1897
  5. – Inventory No. 31625, Flip Book, by Leon Beaulieu, Paris, End 19th Century
  6. – Inventory No. 25078, Flip Book, by La Lune Novelty Co., New York, End 19th/Early 20th Century
  7. – Inventory No. 27761, Filoscope Magazine Flip Book, by Henry W. Short, London, c. 1900
  8. – Inventory No. 96126, Choreutoscope, England, c. 1866

    1st case- above

  9. – Inventory No. 92648, Kinora, by Kinora Ltd, London, Between 1898 and 1914
  10. – Inventory No. 74280, Kinora Mechanical Flip Book No. 519, by Kinora Ltd., London, Between 1898 and 1914
  11. – Inventory No. 79159, “Kinora No. 4199 Flip Book, by Kinora, London, Between 1898 and 1914
  12. – Inventory No. 75038, “Kinora No. 4199 Flip Book, by Kinora, London, Between 1898 and 1914

    2nd case- above

  13. – Inventory No. 78782, Praxinoscope, by Emile Reynaud, France, c. 1877
  14. – Inventory No. 78782, Strips for Praxinoscope, by Emile Reynaud, France, c. 1877
  15. – Inventory No. 13320, Envelope for Praxinoscope, by Emile Reynaud, France, c. 1877

    2nd case- below

  16. – Inventory No. 80585, Zoetrope, London, c. 1867
  17. – Inventory No. 80585, Strips for Zoetrope, London, c. 1867

    Desk case

  18. – Inventory No. 56837, Phenakistiscope Disc with the dancing couple
  19. – Inventory No. 56837, Phenakistiscope Disc, by R. Ackermann, London, 1833 (with the monster jumping on a yellow ball).
  20. – Inventory No. 13322, Phenakistiscope Disc, T. Mc Lean, England, 19th Century (women on a seesaw and a servant pushing her)
  21. – Inventory No. 13322, Phenakistiscope Disc, T. Mc Lean, England, 19th Century (man with a hatchet and a green dragon with a red ball)
  22. – Inventory No. 13323, Phenakistiscope Disc, by R. Ackermann, London, 1833 (man doing a pirouette)
  23. – Inventory No. 13326, “Phenakistiscope Disc, by R. Ackermann, London, 1833 (a spiral made by monster’s faces)
  24. – Inventory No. 89921, “Projection Phenakistiscope with Changeable Discs” (Three discs on display: “monster’s face”, “dancing couple”, “mouse and cat”)

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