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DISSOLVING VIEWS.

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AMUSEMENT AND INSTRUCTION BY MEANS OF

CARPENTER & WESTLEY'S

IMPROVED

PHANTASMAGORIA LANTERNS,

WITH THE

CHROMATROPE AND DISSOLVING VIEWS,

AND EVERY POSSIBLE VARIETY OF SLIDERS,

INCLUDING

Natural History, Comic, Lever, Moveable and Plain, Astronomical, Views in the Holy Land,

Scriptural, Portraits, &c.

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No. 1 Lantern, with Argand-Lamp, in a Box, 21. 128. 6d.
No. 2 ditto, of a larger size, 41. 148. 6d.
A pair of Dissolving-View Lanterns, No. 2, with Apparatus,

lll. lls. The Lamp for the No. 2 Lanterns is very superior. (The price of

the Lanterns is without Sliders.)

Public attention is called to the superiority of the Paintings executed for the Lanterns. A pair of the most IMPROVED LANTERNS, with Specimens of the Paintings, may be seen in the Great ExHIBITION.

Paintings of any size or subject painted to order. Lists of the Sliders and Prices upon application to the Manufacturers, Messrs. CARPENTER & WESTLEY, Opticians, 21, Regent-street, Waterloo-place, London.

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