Magic Lantern Slide of Don Quichote

Object Name: 
Magic Lantern Slide of Don Quichote

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Object Name: 
Magic Lantern Slide of Don Quichote
Place Made: 
Accession Number: 
95.3.8 B
Dimensions: 
Overall H: 5.5 cm, L: 21.7 cm, Th: 0.2 cm
Location: 
Not on Display
Date: 
about 1801-1994
Primary Description: 
Colorless; cut, printed, cold-painted, glued. Slides consisting of two rectangles of colorless sheet glass framed in green paper tape around edges. The slides are divided into three printed segments separated by vertical lines. The two scenes on the right and left illustrate the story of Don Quichote. (B) Left illustration: don Quichotte in armour charges on his horse at several windmills on the left. His companion Sancho Pansa throws up his arms in dispair in the background. Right illustration: Don Quichotte in armour fights a group of mule drivers with sticks. Text: "N 3. Don Quichotte livre un combat terrible/ á des moulins a vent/ qu'il prend pour des géants/ N 4. Combat terrible entre Don Quichotte et des muletiers."
Department: 
Provenance: 
Barandes, Rick, Source
1995-02-13
Material: 
Inscription: 
N 3. Don Quichotte livre un combat terrible/ á des moulins a vent/ qu'il prend pour des géants/ N 4. Combat terrible entre Don Quichotte et des muletiers
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