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View: T. W. Ingersoll. “The Ducks Must Suffer“. Very elegant title. Ingersoll published a lot of copy views and pirated views. This seems to be original. Backside print gives information about the Ingersoll firm.

Just click the view to check out this backside.

Grade: 5. Early yellow mount cabinet sized stereoview 1870’s. Has quite some wear.

Price: $ 20

Ordering number: SPT101 

 

 

View: T. W. Ingersoll. “78 Ducks“. We didn’t count them, but there are surely more Ducks than you can eat (even) at Christmas. Ingersoll published a lot of copy views and pirated views. This seems to be original. Backside print gives information about the Ingersoll firm.

Just click the view to check out this backside.

Grade: 5. Early yellow mount cabinet sized stereoview 1870’s. Unfortunately two identical (right) images were used. NO 3D!

Price: $ 15

Ordering number: SPT102

 

 

View: T. W. Ingersoll. “Under Way“. Okay, pointed out quite accurate. Ingersoll published a lot of copy views and pirated views. This seems to be original. Backside print gives information about the Ingersoll firm.

Just click the view to check out this backside.

Grade: 5. Early yellow mount cabinet sized stereoview 1870’s. Has quite some wear.

Price: $ 10

Ordering number: SPT103

 

 

View: T. W. Ingersoll. “Coming to Shore“. Ingersoll published a lot of copy views and pirated views. This seems to be original. Backside print gives information about the Ingersoll firm.

Just click the view to check out this backside.

Grade: 5. Early yellow mount cabinet sized stereoview 1870’s. Has quite some wear.

Price: $ 15

Ordering number: SPT104

 

 

View:  Neue Photographische Gesellschaft (NPG) from Berlin, Germany. Backside print says: “2536. Entenjaeger”. Duck hunter.

Grade: 8. Original flat printed real photo stereoview, early 1900. Views published by NPG are thinner than the more regular ones from that era. Print could use some more contrast, but images give much nicer 3D than you would expect, seeing the scan!

Price: $ 10

Ordering number: SPT105

 

 

View: B. L. Singley 1899. “Glory Enough for One Day”. Some known collectors say the guy that is pointing out the bullet wound is mister Langley himself. Langley was founder of the Keystone View Company.

There’s a extensive description on the back of where, when and how this beautiful animal was murdered with malice prepense.

Grade: 7. Orange/red curved mount stereoview, late 1800/early 1900. Some general wear.

Price: $ 18

Ordering number: SPT106

 

 

View: Ben Kilburn 1890. “Our Christmas Hunt. Story at the Camp”.

Grade: 8. Red slightly curved mount stereoview 1890’s. Only very slight wear.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: SPT107

 

 

View: Ben Kilburn 1888. “The Life I Love. Life in the woods for me”. Man all to the left is George Bellows from the Littleton View Company.

Just click the view to see a close up.

Grade: 7. Red slightly curved mount stereoview 1890’s. Only slight wear.

Price: $ 30

Ordering number: SPT108

 

 

View: Ben Kilburn 1890. “This the Hunters Chorus”. Unusual view with two lady hunters amongst the men.

Just click the view to see a close up.

Grade: 7. Red slightly curved mount stereoview 1890’s. Only slight wear.

Price: $ 25

Ordering number: SPT109

 

 

View: Ben Kilburn 1876. “The Hunters Return”. This is an earlier view than the others above. This one comes from “The Leather Stocking Series”, which is indicated on the back.

Just click the view to see the backside.

Grade: 6. Red slightly curved mount stereoview 1870-1880’s. Bad negative produces tiny spot and scratches on the prints. Somewhat low contrast. Nice 3D.

Price: $ 15

Ordering number: SPT110

 

 

View: Ben Kilburn 1890. “Uncle Labans Story”.  There’s a possum lying dead on the top of the cabin.

Grade: 7. Red slightly curved mount stereoview 1890’s. Slight wear.

Price: $ 17

Ordering number: SPT111

 

 

View: Ben Kilburn 1891. “Grandpa’s Story of the Hunt”.

Grade: 7. Red slightly curved mount stereoview 1890’s. Only slight wear.

Price: $ 12

Ordering number: SPT112

 

 

View: Ben Kilburn 1889. “My First Deer. My Boyhood.”

Grade: 6/7. Red slightly curved mount stereoview 1890’s. Slight wear.

Price: $ 10

Ordering number: SPT113

 

 

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