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Four boxes each containing about 10 stereo images of the Palace of Versailles and Fontainbleau have long been in our family. The printing on the boxes is in French, and inside each box is a small label that says 'Toutes ces vues sont tirees sure Plaques positives a tons chauds. Lumiere & Jougla.'
Not sure how old these are - I am trying to track down their origin. Has anyone seen anything similar? I can provide photo images of the boxes and some of the glass slides if this would aid identification.

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I would guess they date between the 1890s and 1920s. Are they 45 x 107mm?
Size is 45 x 107, with two 40 x 40 sepia images

Michael Pritchard said:
I would guess they date between the 1890s and 1920s. Are they 45 x 107mm?

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