Patzal, Thomas

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1859 Bruxelles, Passage Saint-Hubert, 15 / Galerie de la Reine, 15
"Same entrance as the Casino". Previously a photographer in Trieste [Istria, Austria-Hungary]. Initial "J." in advertisements, "T." in reports. He registered a patent in Trieste on 26.2.1856 for "improvements in dioptrical stereoscopes". Public exhibition of a "magnificent stereoscopic cabinet". Thomas / Tomaso Patzal had previously displayed his stereoscopic cabinet mainly in the German-speaking area of central Europe - in Innsbruck, Bolzano and Munich in 1858, while advertisements also mention Vienna, Graz and Klagenfurt. "These stereoscopes present all the remarkable views, landscapes and monuments on earth in their natural size and local colour. These stereoscopes will be lit throughout the day with artificial solar rays. The cabinet is open daily, from 10 in the morning until 8 in the evening. Entrance: 50 cts" (L'Indépendance Belge, 23.1. to 2.4.1859).
1859 Anvers, "Verkoopzaal der Cité"
Re-opening announced on 9.10.1859.

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1859 Bruxelles, Passage Saint-Hubert, 15 / Galerie de la Reine, 15
1859 Anvers, "Verkoopzaal der Cité"

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DIRECTORY_2017#1069

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SFJ new 1.1.2019; SFJ revised 18.7.2020 based on information supplied by M. Demaeght

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