THE STEREOSCOPIC MAGAZINE 1865. The most important Stereoscopic Magazine in the nineteenth century was published by Lovell Reeve between 1858 and 1865. The images listed on this page come from an unbound copy of the Stereoscopic Magazine for 1865. The images in this publication were actual wet-plate albumen stereoviews (not printed images), each individual image glued to a page in each copy. A facing page describes the stereoview. The images in the 1865 Stereoscopic Magazine do not include photographer attributions. The stereoview measures 5.75″ x 3″ and the page is 8.75″ x 5.5.” Each stereoview is mounted to the page and comes with the associated descriptive text page as well as a tissue guard original to the magazine.

The Town of Zell. VG. $15

SM7. Vale of Tiefenbach, on the Moselle. G. $10

SM9. Rocks in the Llugwy, North Wales. G. $10

SM12. Gloucester and its Cathedral Tower. G. $12

SM13. Gorge of Fallierd, near Treves. G. $10

SM20. Porch of St. Mary’s Church, Oxford. VG. $12

SM32. Entrance to King’s College Chapel, Cambridge. VG. $15

SM34. Castle Howard. VG. $15

SM39. The Taylor and Randolph Building, Oxford. G. $10

SM40. Ruins of Hindoo Tombs and Temples at Secunderabad. VG. $20

SM43. Ruins of Roman Baths at Treves. G. $10

SM46. Choir of Amiens Cathedral. G. $12

SM47. Remains of a Roman Amphitheatre at Treves. G. $12

SM48. On the Ribble, Lancashire. G. $10

SM50. Untitled view, no descriptive pages included with this image. G. $10

The Stereoscopic Magazine: A Gallery of Landscape Scenery, Architecture, Antiquities, and Natural History, accompanied with Descriptive Articles by Writers of Eminence. Vol. 1. London: Lovell Reeve, 1858. Bound volume containing 50 mounted stereoviews. Ten are by Roger Fenton, 1 by H. Taylor; 1 by William Walker. One is tinted. The front cover is detached, the back cover is missing. Pages and images in very good condition. Rare. $1500