English stereoscopic camera built around 1865; Manufactured by"" HORNE & THORNTHWAITE manufacturers"" . 121-122 and 123 NEWGATE ST., London."" Wood, varnished mahogany and brass construction. Leather bellows. The plate size is 17 x 14,5 cm. The lens center used mononucleosis. The two lenses right and left They are used for stereoscopic photography. The dual use is carried out changing the faceplate from top to bottom of the wooden panel. Interestingly, the 2 stereoscopic lenses are stored in the back of the camera. The camera is in perfect condition with its original chassis. This camera is unusual for its design. A camera extremely rare. The only specimen known worldwide. A wonderful camera. It comes from a London auction at Christie's on November 10, 1988. The origin is prestigious, the former collection of CYRIL Permutt.