"Dallmeyer's stereo cameras of the 1860s are sold as having the capability to have the stereo lenses removed and replaced with a Triple Achromatic Lens No.1, this was a 7", f10 lens and would have produced a wide angle image.
"As we are discussing William England's appearance, I recently added a photograph of him as he appeared at the PCUK meeting in Derby in 1886. You will find this, and a partial key to the photograph in 'my photos'.
"The man in the Mayence photo is Louis England, not William, who usually wore a full beard. Louis was William and Rosalie's eldest son and, like Rosalie, frequently was commandeered as "foreground interest."
William England was my…"
"Hello Peter, Getty Images holds the surviving negative collections for WE's American, Paris and Irish views and also the International Exhibition of 1862 and Dublin 1863, as part of our holdings of London Stereoscopic Company's archives.…"
I would just like to comment that the Alpine Club has an album of England's 1863 Swiss tour (which I suppose was why he could claim "under the patronage of the Alpine Club" for this series). It contains 24 larger format views as…"