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Optical Toy : ZOETROPE REPLICA

Optical Toy
adapted by Les COOKSON (USA)

A fine replica of a 19th century ZOETROPE, from USA, with its 40 (forty !) paper animated movie strips.

Hand crafted with attention to detail.

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Optical Toy adapted by Les COOKSON (USA)

A fine replica of a 19th century ZOETROPE, from USA, with its 40 (forty !) paper animated movie strips.
Hand crafted with attention to detail.

  • Diameter of the cylinder : 13 cm
  • Height of the cylinder : 10 cm
  • Total Height : 31 cm
  • Wooden foot
  • Cylinder in thick stiff faux leather
    with decorative brass nails
  • 40paper animated movie strips

IMPORT USA

The Zoetrope was invented by William George Horner in 1833.
It was one of the earliest movie toys and was extremely popular in the latter half of the 19th century. It consisted of a slotted cylinder through with one views paper animated movie strips.

The Zoetrope

This ZOETROPE comes with 40 animated strips.

The Zoetrope and its animated strips.
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Few animated strips for the Zoetrope.
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  • Diameter of the cylinder : 13 cm
  • Height of the cylinder : 10 cm
  • Total Height : 31 cm
  • Wooden foot
  • Cylinder in thick stiff faux leather
    with decorative brass nails
  • 40paper animated movie strips

IMPORT USA


Les COOKSON

Les COOKSON is an artist and inventor at heart and has been drawing, painting and inventing for as long as he can remember. He started his work reconstruction optical devices through his interest in the painting techniques of the Great Masters, and his work and interest has spread to include many of the fascinating and magical devices of the past.

Today Les is the foremost craftsman in this arena. He has been building, researching and designing camera obscuras, camera lucidas and other devices for years, and has sold thousands of them all over the world. His creations have been featured in films and moves, adorned the halls of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC., been demonstrated at many schools and universities—they are beautiful enough to put out on display, but too fascinating to put down.

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