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Jeff D

New Member
Greetings all. I bought an old stereoscopic viewer at a yard sale back in the 80s and it came with some model train slides from I'm guessing (based on a few with dates) the 50s. I was wondering if anyone has ever seen these before and if they have any value. I'm not a model railroader but would appreciate any help. Here's some scans of a few, the red text is what the labels say:




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Personally, I wouldn't think the photos would have much value, the viewer, especially if in good condition and working may have (there are collectors for just about everything). You could try this site it's a paid subscription service but they do offer a free trial for a short period. Just don't forget to cancel before it runs out, 'cause you have to provide C/C details, unless you want to continue membership.

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