Jack the Giant Killer lantern slides

United Kingdom, c. 1880

Object
Photograph by Egmont Contreras, ACMI

Magic lantern slides made up of printed coloured images on round pices of glass mounted in a rectangular wood frame with a glue/resin. Frame has printed green label attached on one end noting ‘Patent Enamel Slides for the Magic Lantern, J Barnard & Son, Maker, London, Jack The Giant Killer. #’, the other end of slide has embossed text noting ‘B&S PATENT’.

On display until:

ACMI: Gallery 2

11 February 2022

Credits

Production places
United Kingdom
Production dates
c. 1880

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Group of items

Magic lantern slides

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Collection metadata

ACMI Identifier

AEO178587

Curatorial section

The Story of the Moving Image → Moving Pictures → 02. Play and Illusion → MI-02-C01

Measurements

100 x 176 x 10mm

Materials

glass, coloured enamel, wood

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