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Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures In Hell
Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures In Hell Quantity in Basket: None
Code: BK240
Price: $60.00
Shipping Weight: 3.00 pounds
Diableries: Stereoscopic Adventures In Hell

A devilish 1860s sensation - finally unleashed on the 21st century! In France,
around 1860, from the loins of a traditional national fascination with all things
diabolical, was born a new sensation - a series of visionary dioramas depicting
life in a strange parallel universe called ENFER - Hell - communicated to an eager
audience by means of stereoscopic cards, to be viewed in the stereoscopes which
had already become popular in the 1850s. This 3-D phenomenon, which fascinated a
nation for 40 years, is now yours to share.