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The Zograscope was an optical device invented in Europe in the 1700s. It was used to view prints which appeared to be three dimensional through the looking glass. The Zograscope would have been used as a type of parlor entertainment. The accompanying video describes the item, its use, and history in more detail. Date approximated.
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