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Telescopic view of Great Exhibition, 1851.

Telescopic view of Great Exhibition, 1851.

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Reproduction of original, printed by C. Moody, High Holborn.

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Great Exhibition, London: 'Telescopic View of the Great Exhibition, ', Hand-colored concertina view (peep show) that folds out to 7 " wide x 6 1/4" high and 24" in length (18 x 16 cm X 64 cm deep).

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This 'Telescopic View' is made of printed paper and card, and is supplied in a slip-in card box. When you take the view out of the box, it opens with a concertina action, and you place it on a flat surface.

The Great Exhibition of has become a touchstone for the nineteenth century. The Crystal Palace produced a commodity world, an imperial spectacle, a picture of capitalism, a liberal dream, a vision of modern life.

Historians have saturated the Great Exhibition with meanings.1/5(1). # LANE'S TELESCOPIC VIEW OF The Ceremony of HER MAJESTY QUEEN VICTORIA OPENING THE GREAT EXHIBITION of all Nations, byRawlins Printed & published by C A lane, 46 Stanhope Street, Hampstead Road.

Entered at Stationer's Hall 15th August A Rare Souvenir Copy, retaining its original sleeve. Accordion-style paper peepshow of the Great Exhibition inshowing view towards the British Nave across the Transept from the Foreign Nave.

8 cut-out panels. 1 peep-hole. Chromolithograph, with front-face heightened with gum arabic. Telescopic view of Great Exhibition telescopic view comprising a colored lithographed title bound with glazed hole for viewing the five colored lithographed cut-out interiors and background which form the perspective view, joined to the title bound with white linen sides.

Created / Published. London: C.A. Lane, Lane’s Telescopic View of the Ceremony of Her Majesty Opening the Great Exhibition, [sic] of all Nations. Credit Line: Accepted under the Cultural Gifts Scheme by HM Government from the collections of Jacqueline and Jonathan Gestetner and allocated to the Victoria and Albert Museum,   TELESCOPIC VIEW OF THE GREAT EXHIBITIONLondon, printed by C Moody [], Peepshow, 10 hand coloured litho panels including cover with lens, foldling concertina fashion with linen bellows, x mm, extending to approx mm.

Designed by Rawlins, 7 hand-coloured lithographed plates (including title) in concertina form allowing a view along the interior, original slipcase with lithographed pictorial label, split at sides, C. Lane, 15 August,8vo (2). Lane's Telescopic View of the Great Exhibition, Printed by High Holborn, Printed and hand coloured peep-show with nine sections and single view hole to cover (overall good condition, some rubbing to cover edges), x 16cm (7 x 6 1/2in).

Name: Rawlins, Thomas J., Moody, Charles, active Title: Lane's telescopic view of the interior of the Great Industrial Exhibition Abstract: A peep show comprised of cutout prints on board, attached to cloth at the sides, folded accordion style; extended it presents a telescopic view.

Hand-colored cutout panels connected at the sides by chintz, forming a telescopic peepshow which extends to 28 inches. Eight compartments filled with objects and figures.

Title from case, as issued. Date from head of title. First leaf has caption-title: 1851. book telescopic view of the Great Exhibition, Get this from a library. Lane's telescopic view of the Great Exhibition, [C A Lane; Thomas J Rawlins].

Telescopic View of the Great Exhibition ofdesigned Telescopic view of Great Exhibition Rawlins and published by C.A. Lane. Hand-coloured engraving on paper, English, Museum Number CIRC   Anonymous peep-show.

'View of the Great Exhibition Telescopically Arranged'. London, Museum Number E Peepshow - Great Exhibition, London: 'Telescopic View of the Great Exhibition, ', Hand-colored concertina view (peep show) that folds out to 7" wide x 6 1/4" high and 24" in length (18 x 16 cm X 64 cm deep).

Find this Pin and more on London by Journey to a Throne - a Novel. The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations or The Great Exhibition (sometimes referred to as the Crystal Palace Exhibition in reference to the temporary structure in which it was held), an international exhibition, took place in Hyde Park, London, from 1 May to 15 October It was the first in a series of World's Fairs, exhibitions of culture and industry that became City: London.

Buy LANE'S TELESCOPIC VIEW THE GREAT EXHIBITION OF ALL NATIONS FIRST by (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : /11/29 - Lane's Telescopic View of the Interior of the Great Industrial Exhibition is a souvenir from the legendary world's fair held in London's Hyde Park in The ten lithographic prints that make up the peep show join to create a perspective view inside the Crystal Palace, the vast glass and iron structure designed by Joseph Paxton to house the exhibition.

Telescopic view of the Great Exhibition Abstract: A peepshow comprised of cutout prints on board, attached to cloth at the sides, folded accordion style; extended it presents a telescopic view of the Foreign Nave in the Crystal Palace at the Great Exhibition, considered to be.

Lane's Telescopic View of the Interior of the Great Industrial Exhibition is a souvenir from the legendary world's fair held in London's Hyde Park in The Nordic exhibition of Industry, Agriculture, and Art was an exhibition held in that featured the best of art, industry, and agriculture products from the five Nordic countries The exhibition was located in Copenhagen, Denmark and was visited by million people.

Lane's telescopic view of the interior of the great industrial exhibition Location: The George Peabody Library, The Sheridan Libraries, The Johns Hopkins University Call No.: R From the JHU Libraries Catalog: Hand-colored cutout panels connected at the sides by chintz, forming a telescopic peepshow which extends to 28 inches.

Eight compartments filled with objects Views: K. Lane's telescopic view, of the ceremony of Her Majesty opening the Great Exhibition, of All Nations Location: The George Peabody Library, The Sheridan Libraries, The Johns Hopkins University Call No.: L From the JHU Libraries Catalog: This 'Telescopic View' is made of printed paper and card, and is supplied in a slip-in card box.

The best-known 'first World Expo' was held in in The Crystal Palace, Hyde Park, London, under the title "Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of All Nations". The Great Exhibition was an idea of Prince Albert, Queen Victoria's husband pins.

'The Great Exhibition of ', held in London’s spectacular Crystal Palace, was the first world’s fair and the first industrial exhibition. It was also much more, Jeffrey Auerbach demonstrates in this book - the Great Exhibition was the single defining event for nineteenth-century Britons between the Battle of Waterloo () and the Diamond Jubilee ().5/5(1).

This is a modern replica of the original 'Lanes's Telescopic View', which was produced in to commemorate the opening of the Great Exhibition of This 'Telescopic View' is made of printed paper and card, and is supplied in a slip-in card box. When you take the view out of the box, it opens with a concertina action, and you place it on a.

Crystal Palace. Lane's Telescopic View of the Interior of the Great Industrial Exhibition, London: C. Moody,10 hand-coloured lithographed divisions, including front cover with circular peephole (lacking glass), depicting the interior of the exhibition at Crystal Palace, with numerous figures, fountains, statues, and trees, the fountains heightened with glitter, front cover slightly.

'Printed by C. Moody,High Holborn' (front of peepshow). Due to the impact of the coronavirus pandemic, we are currently unable to offer the Request a Copy : C. Moody. It took around 5, navvies to erect the 1, feet ( m) long, feet (33 m) high structure.

But the work was completed on time and the Great Exhibition was opened by Queen Victoria on 1st May The exhibits included almost every marvel of the Victorian age, including pottery, porcelain, ironwork, furniture, perfumes, pianos, firearms.

The Great Exhibition of encouraged the production of souvenirs, the Lane's Telescopic Views which provided a three-dimensional view of the Great Exhibition of These were paper souvenirs that were made of printed lithographic cards which were hand-colored and held together by cloth to give a three-dimensional view of the Great Exhibition.

A paper tunnel book souvenir Lane's Telescopic View Of The Exhibition Avery’s Architectural Novelties Lane's Telescopic View of the Interior of the Great Industrial Exhibition is a souvenir from the legendary world's fair held in London's Hyde Park in pins. The Great Exhibition, also known as the Crystal Palace Exhibition, was an international exhibition held in Hyde Park, London, England, from 1 May to 15 October and the first in a series of World's Fair exhibitions of culture and industry that were to be a popular 19th century feature.

The Great Exhibition of the Works of Industry of all Nations (its full title) was organized under the. The Great Exhibition of encouraged the production of souvenirs, the Lane's Telescopic Views which provided a three-dimensional view of the Great Exhibition of These were paper souvenirs that were made of printed lithographic cards which were hand-coloured and held together by cloth to give a three-dimensional view of the Great.

Shown here are several examples from the George Peabody Library's collection of books and ephemera relating to The Great Exhibition and Crystal Palace. To search the library catalog for additional resources relating to the topic, please go to : K.

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Official Descriptive And Illustrated Catalogue Of The Great Exhibition Of The Works Of Industry Of All Nations: Interior view of the Crystal Palace during the Great Industrial Exhibition of showing statues on the sides, fountain at center with a large tree in the background, and crowds of LCCNjpg 8, × 10,; MBInstance of: World's Fair.

The Great Exhibition was opened in Hyde Park, London, from 1st May to 11th Octoberand was the first in the series of the fabulous th century World’s Fairs. The much-anticipated event was hosted in the Crystal Palace, an architectural peak achievement of its time, constructed specially for the occasion.

Lane's Telescopic View of the Interior of the Great Industrial Exhibition is a souvenir from the legendary world's fair held in London's Hyde Park in The ten lithographic prints that make up the peep show join to create a perspective view inside the Crystal Palace, the vast glass and iron structure designed by Joseph Paxton to house the exhibition.