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(5) Boxed 1930s Tru-Vue 3-D Films With Viewer
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Box   Tru-Vue   3-D   Film   35mm   Photo   Photograph   Viewer   History   Historic   Nostalgic   World's Fair   Golden Gate Exposition   Grand Canyon   Tourist   Tourism
The pictures show views of the (5) Boxed 1930s Tru-Vue 3-D Films With Viewer in this lot. This is a boxed Tru-Vue set with a viewer and (5) boxed 3-D films. The films are all in the boxes and they are very clear with much detail. Each film has two of each image to give the 3-D effect when viewing them the same as viewing with a Viewmaster. Instead of a reel this one uses 35mm film strips. The titles of the filmstrips are as follows:

#314 GRAND CANYON (National Park)
#1203 GOLDEN GATE EXPOSITION (1939 World's Fair or Expo)
#1535 SIAM
#1603 BANFF (Canada)

To judge the sizes the viewer measures about 4-1/2'' wide. The films appear to be in mint condition. You are able to see the films with the viewer, however, the slide button does not work. We are not sure why. There are also some small chips in the early plastic around the edges of the viewer.

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(5) Boxed 1930s Tru-Vue 3-D Films With Viewer (5) Boxed 1930s Tru-Vue 3-D Films With Viewer (5) Boxed 1930s Tru-Vue 3-D Films With Viewer

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