Fenakisticope

Tin drum & wood base

The Netherlands

c.1870

11 3/4" diameter, 13 1/2" high

 

 

0567





The Wheel of Life

Tin drum & wood base

Great Britain

c.1870

11 3/4" diameter, 13 1/2" high

 

Produced by The London Stereoscopic & Photographic Co. This outfit comes in it's original box and contains 36 strips and 6 bottom sheets. A list of the 36 strips is also included.

 

3155






Cinematographe Enfantin

Paper drum & wood base

France

c. 1870

9 1/2" diameter, 11" high

 

The zoetrope comes with a decorative top where a clown is holding a zoetrope for the assembled children to see.

 

 

0568



Les Images Vivantes

Paper drum & wood base

France

c.1870

9" diameter, 11 3/4" high

 

 

0577





Paper drum & wood base

Germany

c. 1880

11" diameter, 8 1/2" high

 

A colorful zoetrope with a lithographic cover showing a scene from Little Red Riding Hood. The zoetrope has ten double sided strips.

 

2630


The Zoetrope

Paper drum & wood base

America

c. 1870

4" diameter, 7" high

 

A zoetrope and the box it came in. Made by Milton Bradley & Co.

 

0570



The Zoetrope

Paper drum & wood base

America

c. 1880

11 1/2" diameter,12 1/2" high

 

Produced by Milton Bradley & Co.

 

4302

 



Tin drum & wood base

Great Britain

c. 1880

11" diameter, 16 1/2" high

 

This zoetrope has a wood handle for turning the drum.

 

 

0571



Tin drum & tin & wood base

Great Britain

c. 1880

11" diameter, 13" high

 

 

0572



Tin and wood base

Germany

c. 1870

4 1/4" diameter, 5 5/8"" high

 

Made by George Carette

 

1342

 



Tin & wood

Germany

c. 1870

5 1/4" diameter, 6 1/2" high

 

Made by George Carette

 

1516

 


Tin drum & wood base

Great Britain

c. 1880

7 1/2" diameter, 9" high

 

1344



The Zoetrope

Paper drum on a wood base

America

c. 1870

7 1/2" diameter, 9" high

 

Produced by Milton Bradley & Co.

 

 

0575



L' Animateur

Tin drum & wood base

France

c. 1900

5 1/4" diamater, 4" high

 

A zoetrope like device which has only four slits around the drum and instead of a continuous strip has four interlaced images. When the drum is spun in produces the illusion of continuous motion.

 

0569



L' Animateur

Tin drum & wood base

France

c. 1900

5 1/2" diameter, 7" high

 

A zoetrope like device which has only four slits around the drum and instead of a continuous strip has four interlaced images. When the drum is spun in produces the illusion of continuous motion.

 

1517



Colored tin

Great Britain

c. 1920

5" diameter, 5" high

 

Art deco decorated biscuit tin, made for Hudson Scott and Sons Ltd, which can be used as a zoetrope.,

 

 

0578



Zoetrope Strip Press

Painted wood

c. 1880

2 1/2" x x 4 5/8" x 37 1/4"

 

An ingenious device to flatten and stores zoetrope strips.

 

0579