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Just a lot of movement slides.
part 11.


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Ships near the harbour.


Combined slipping slide (the supply ship) and a lever slide (the rowing boat).
 
 


LE CHAUDRON ET LE CUISINIER.
Large French pivoted lever slide. Size: 25 x 10.3 cm.

 
 
19th Century hand-painted lever slide. Moving the lever makes a hare taking his revenge upon the hunter by spanking him on the bottom with a short broom. Size: 98 x 177mm (roughly 10 x 18 cm or 4 x 7 inches).
 


Your money or your life !
This moving lantern slide consists of three elements. The first one serves the hand of the robber by which he asks for money, the second serves the repelling hand of the victim. The third element is a sliding plate by which the gun is fired. This plate is about 18 cm x 10 cm in size.
 


 
A nice single slipping magic lantern slide showing the effects of hair restorer. The first stage shows a man with a bald head, about to apply the hair restorer. The second stage shows the unexpected effects.

Size: 18 x 10 cm.


 
Old woman opens an old box and ..... what a shock! A skeletal monster appears just in front of her. Single sliding slide from an unknown manufacturer. The sliding part is mounted in a metal frame.

 
Victorian hand painted single slipping magic lantern slide.
This comic wood framed slide shows a distinguished gentleman whose nose grows when the slide is pulled. Size 18 x 10 x 1 cm.
 
A Cobbler at work. Single slipping magic lantern slide. The moving glass is mounted in a brass frame.
 


Funny double sliding slide with the image of two knights duelling on the sword. One slide allows the knights to cross their arms, the second one shows the touché.




 


Mechanical magic lantern slide showing a working water mill and two fishermen walking over a bridge. This is a combined single rackwork slide and a single slipping slide.
The rackwork slide gives movement to the water mill by the use of two glasses, one revolving in front of the other. The revolving glass with the image of the wheel is operated by means of a crank. The slipping slide is hand painted with the image of the fishermen which is drawn slowly over the water mill slide, giving the illusion of the two men walking over the bridge.
 
   
To be continued......
 
 
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