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This is a super cute little slide viewer in an equally cute black box. It is broken on one side, but does not affect your viewing pleasure and, can't really be seen when assembled together. The viewer is made out of a Maroon plastic, and has a plastic lens that diffuses the light. You can see in the last picture a slide that you can see through it. Everything looks pretty clear.

Both the viewer and box would make excellent displays. You can just have a particular slide in there that you really love all the time.

2 1/4" wide and 2 7/8 inches long.


Craftmen’s Guild of Hollywood (CA) was a manufacturer of photographic viewers, but also briefly manufactured a camera:

Photographic Viewers
All viewers are made of plastic.
Guild 35 viewer
Guild Lite
Mini Master
Realist stereo viewer
Tri-Scope viewer. Plastic stereo viewer for story cards (33mm x 90mm)
Twinlenz [sic] (1947). Allows for 2-inch x 2-inch slides
Vistar slide viewers
Vistar semi-automatic slide viewer
Vistar Mark II slide viewer (~1960)

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Maroon Mini-Master Slide Viewer made by Guild


  • Vintage item from the 1950s
  • Only ships within United States.
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