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Stock photo ID:157282815
Upload date:November 28, 2012

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This is the back of on an old vintage viewmaster reel from the 1800's. It is thick cardboard and on the front has two identical pictures. You slide this card into the end of a wooden holder which had a magnifing glass with a hood. And you use the metal rails to slide the picture up close or farther away. Hard to explain but it was the viewmaster of the late 1800's. I have tons of them and thought I would share some here as the back of these make great interfaces for grunge design.
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