Graphoscope

A graphoscope was a 19th-century device used in parlors in order to enhance the viewing of photographs and text. These novelty items consisted of a single magnifying glass, often in a wooden frame, in an overall construction that could collapse into a compact rectangular form. A photo/card holder was usually also included. A KOMBI camera often had...
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Graphoscope

• (n.) An optical instrument for magnifying engravings, photographs, etc., usually having one large lens and two smaller ones. • (n.) An optical device for showing (or photographing) an image when projected upon the atmosphere as a screen.
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Graphoscope

Graph'o·scope noun [ Greek gra`fein to write + -scope .] An optical instrument for magnifying engravings, photographs, etc., usually having one large lens and two smaller ones.
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graphoscope

graphoscope An apparatus containing a magnifying lens arranged for viewing engravings, photographs, etc.
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Graphoscope

The graphoscope is an optical apparatus used for magnifying and giving fine effects to engravings, photographs etc. It was invented by Riswell and first exhibited in 1871.
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