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Just a lot of movement slides.
part 9.


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The reluctant donkey.
This slide differs from the usual single slipping slides that use black painted dots which alternately mask off one and then another part of the subject.

Two glasses are mounted in a wood frame. The one that is a fixture is painted black with a rectangular blank space, thus forming a kind of frame around the picture. The other glass is free to move in a lateral direction. This slipping glass contains the two phases from the story as one continuing picture.
By moving this glass, alternately one half of the picture is visible through the blank window of the fixed glass while the other half is hidden behind the black paint.
 



Hand painted single slipping slide showing a blacksmith forging a horseshoe. Measures 7" long x 4 1/8" wide x 1/2" thick.

 


 
 


A superb mechanical magic lantern double slipping slide that represents a thief who's stealing a horse during the sleep of the coachman.

The frame of mahogany measures 11.4 by 4.3 inches (or 29 cm x 11 cm). The two moving glass slides are fixed in a brass frame.
     
Mechanical magic lantern slide showing a child that changes into a duck v.v. It uses a very special level mechanism that covers and shows some parts of the image by turn. It has a retailers label of EDWARD BRYAN OPTICIAN MANCHESTER stuck on the wooden frame.
 


Another mechanical slide using a very special mechanism sold by EDWARD BRYAN OPTICIAN MANCHESTER.

 


 
And again another mechanical slide using a very special mechanism sold by EDWARD BRYAN OPTICIAN MANCHESTER. A man (Martin?) exchanges head with donkey. Though the construction of all these slides looks rather primitive the system works well. Also this slide has a retailers label stuck on the other side of the frame.

 



Single slipping slide showing sleeping man frightened by bird.
 


Excuse me ladies. A special mechanical magic lantern slide that is viewed as being highly hostile towards women. Man gives a smacking to his wife using a shoe. This is a kind of level slide that is controlled by a piece of metal wire.


 
The frame is made of two wooden parts that are glued together. The cover sheet of this mechanical slide of the same kind is removed to show the metal wire and how it is fixed.
Another six mechanical magic lantern slides that are controlled by means of a metal thread. Above: skeleton appears, head of man pops up, and the tongue moves.
It was a romantic attachment..... But then the bottle came in...... And soon everything changed.
 


Wonderful double slipping slide featuring a fierce naval battle. A French and a British ship are firing at each other. The winner is the British ship that decides the battle with a direct hit.

A maker's mark is pressed into the wooden frame for W.C. Hughes Optician of 151 Hoxton St, London.

Frame measures 7" x 4" x 1/2" (18 x 10 x 1.3 cm).
 
Slipping slide featuring a sleeping man in bed who is woken by another man in a sea monster costume. There is a maker's mark for Thompson of Liverpool pressed into the wooden frame. Frame measures 7" x 4" x 1/2" (18 x 10 x 1.3 cm).

 




 


Hand painted double slipping slide mounted in a wooden frame that measures approx 7 inches by 4 inches (18 x 10 cm). You see an circus acrobat who makes an impressing back flip when the first of the two moving sheets is pulled out. Drawing the second glass reveals the acrobat standing on his hands.

When you want to see more artistes performng wonderful tricks please visit Circus Luikerwalo.
 


Funny hand painted single lever slide mounted in a wooden frame. With the lever at the bottom of the frame the mans face looks fairly normal but becomes contorted as the lever is moved to the top of the frame. The wooden frame is approx 7 inches by 4 inches (18 x 10 cm).
 
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