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Emile Reynaud invented the praxinoscope in 1877. Over the years the instrument evolved and in 1880 he came up with that to continue enjoying the use of this apparatus during long winter nights, add a candle (it is not yet used the electricity domestically) on top of the instrument.
In our praxinoscope we logically add a light bulb, but its appearance is very similar to those made by Reynaud at the end of the eighteenth century.
It is made of metal and wood, except (for child safety reasons) the central mirrors, we do not use any type of plastic in its production.
It is equipped with 30 different animations, reproduction of the era, many of which are the same as used Reynaud on their devices.
We have three models
Praxinoscope old Brass
Height: 42 cm
Drum diameter; 21 cm
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