Armme Stereoscope
 

 

ARMME STEREOSCOPE

right_menu


The Armme Stereoscope was manufactured in the United States by the Armme Company LTD. 608 South Dearborn Street, Chicago, Illinois in the late 50's or early 60's. It was made from rigid black plastic and was illuminated by a 3v single filament incandescent bulb, powered by two 'D' sized batteries.

The lenses could be pulled out for cleaning and to allow a small degree of focusing to be achieved. The light was activated by a button on the underside of the unit. The viewer was comfortable and light to hold and worked very efficiently.


The push-button that illuminated the viewer's bulb.

This was located on the underside of the viewer and could be operated by either thumb.

        Return to Homepage



This website including all photographs and text contained herein are copyright of www.viewmaster.co.uk © 2016   
No part of this site may be copied without express authorisation of the owner - All rights reserved

  View-Master Model 12  3D  3Diland  3Diq  Model A  Armme  Arpa  Aussie Super View  Model B  bekastar  bengali  Branded  Bruguiere  Brumburger  Bulgarian  Model C  Camera  Camerascope  Celde  Colorelief  Conway  Craftsmens Guild  Model D  de Wijs  Model E  East German  Model F  Face Viewers  FED  Flashbrite  Finnish Book  Folding Viewers  Model G  Graf  Model H  Haneel  History  Iloca Camera  Islolan  Model J  Model K  Kenner  Model L  Leningrad  Lestrade  Lonestar  Model M  Magicolor  Maliscop  Marte  Meopta  McDonalds  Microkino  Misc  Model N  Novelty  Novelview  OXO  Panpet  Paris Mon Oeil  Pentax  Photoscope  Post 2000  Projectors  Quick Reference  Rada  Radex  View-Master Reels  Reel Condition  Romo  Romo 1957 List  SKF1  Slidetek  Stereo Alain  Stereocolor  Stereomat  Stereorama  Sterolist  Stitz  Storiview  Superview  Talking  Toy Story  True View  Truvue  Tele Visex  Inside a TVM  Vistascreen  Vivo  VM Clones  VM Folding  Glamour  Search