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Choose from 8 pictures in our Baynes collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


The Great Hall, Eltham Palace, Kent, 1804. Artist: J Storer
The Great Hall, Eltham Palace, Kent, 1804. Artist: J Storer
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James Baynes (1766-1837)'. Creator: Unknown
James Baynes (1766-1837)'. Creator: Unknown
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Pastoral Landscape, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
Pastoral Landscape, (c1900). Creator: Unknown
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The Pavilion, Hans Place, Chelsea, c1810 (1911). Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes
The Pavilion, Hans Place, Chelsea, c1810 (1911). Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes
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Dock Yard, Sheerness, Kent, 1830. Artist: T Garner
Dock Yard, Sheerness, Kent, 1830. Artist: T Garner
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St James Cemetery, Liverpool, looking north, 19th century.Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes
St James Cemetery, Liverpool, looking north, 19th century.Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes
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Fantascope disc, 1833. Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes
Fantascope disc, 1833. Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes
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Booklet of instructions for a Fantascope, 1833. Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes
Booklet of instructions for a Fantascope, 1833. Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes
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Booklet of instructions for a Fantascope, 1833. Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes Featured Image

Booklet of instructions for a Fantascope, 1833. Artist: Thomas Mann Baynes

Booklet of instructions for a Fantascope, 1833. The Fantascope or Phenakistoscope was an optical toy depending on persistence of vision for its effect. By spinning a disc picture-side towards a mirror, and looking through the slits which act as shutters, you briefly see the reflection of each successive picture and they appear to move. This title page of a booklet issued with the toy shows scenes from the discs. From Fantascope published by Ackermann and Co. (London, 1833)

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