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March is a Good Month to Hunt for Stereoscopic Antiques

It seems that March is a good time to search for previous century 3D stuff on eBay and other similar places. We tried and found the interesting 1860s Table Top Stereoscopic Viewer you see here under for £905.00 (approx. $1,500).1860-3D-Viewer 250px

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Man in the Dark 3D Released on Blu-ray 3D

Screen Archive Entertainment openend the Pre-order campaign for the "Man in the Dark" Blu-ray 3D. Availability is announced for January 22, 2014. This special edition is limited to 3,000 copies.

Man in the Dark was released as a 3D stereoscopic 70-minute long movie in 1953. It was the first stereoscopic 3D motion picture produced by a major studio.

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"The Wizard of Oz" IMAX 3D Trailer Released

Warner Bros. will bring ‘The Wizard of Oz’ to stereoscopic 3D and IMAX theaters on September 20, 2013. As a starter, Warner released today its first trailer of the history-making 1939 movie featuring Judy Garland and Frank Morgan. 

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3D Show of Ghetto Opens in Warsaw

The 48 stereoscopic pictures shown at Warsaw's Fotoplastikon are images of people walking or begging in the streets, street vendors, German troops and the Jewish cemetery. Most of them were taken between 1940, when the ghetto was set up, and 1945, when almost nothing remained of Warsaw's (Poland) Jewish district.

Some of the images are very poignant, like one of a boy searching for lice in his clothes. Ambassador Zvi Rav-Ner said the photos are proof of the immense suffering of the Jews in the ghetto and a warning against nationalist violence.

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Stereoscopic Memorabilia Auction in Melbourne

Black Saturday bush fires burnt a lot of real estate across Narbethong, Victoria, Australia with a rarely seen ferocity but managed somehow to leave Geoffrey Walker's unique collection of vintage curios intact. Geoffrey Walker, who died with his parents in the fire was gathering historical photographs, books and coins, as well as a number of stereoscopic 3D postcards of Australian and foreign scenes that were popular around the turn of the 20th century. The collection is estimated over 10,000 AUS$.

 The collection will be auctioned in Melbourne today Thursday April 18, 2013. 

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