1975 Wonder Wheel

Scope Name: Wonder Wheel

Scope Number: 130

Description: In 1975 the new head and wheel was introduced (see picture above).  It was a triangular shaped head with a solid wheel without any spokes.  The graphics were different on each side (a girl looking into a scope on one side and a boy on the other).  The patent number first appeared in 1975.

Year: 1975

Production Site: Hermann, Missouri

Dimensions: 10 1/4 inches long by 2 1/8 inches wide by 1 inch thick

Interior Image: 5 Point Mandala (36 degree 2-mirror system). The mandala has a ring around it. The ring is caused due to the head and/or the space between the head and the wheel being visible in the mirror system.  This ring is a series of connected "T"s.

Objects:  The wheel has 4 compartments that hold different objects.  Objects are: paper clips and rubber band, plastic rods of different colors and different colored plastic pieces.

Below photos show the scope (each side is shown).

Below photos show the scope's image.  Notice the yellow ring caused by the yellow head  being viable on the mirrors.

Below photos show the scope's wording.  Notice the patent number is printed on the scope.

View the Wonder Wheel article to see information about the various Steven Wonder Wheel scopes.

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