1946 Plastic Kaleidoscope

Scope Name: Plastic Kaleidoscope  (exists in three colors - red, blue and green).

Scope Number: 129 & 200 for the boxed set  (the number is not listed on the scopes but the March 1950 Steven ad shows this scope as number 129 / 200).

Description: The scope is known as the is a basic red or blue plastic scope with a removable white end that allows the objects to be changed.  The cell doesn't rotate on this scope (see pictures below).

Year: 1946 (the year is not listed on the scopes but the 1946 Steven ad states that this is a new scope).

Production Site: Saint Louis, Missouri

Dimensions: 8 1/2 inches long with a tapered body from 2 inches to 2 1/2 inches in diameter.

Interior Image: 6 Point Mandala (30 degree 2-mirror system).

Objects:  Variable (any objects can be placed inside the object cell).

Other: This scope is patented (US patent 2,447,623).

Below photo shows scopes.

Below photo shows the wording.

Below photo shows the scope in the box (the number 200 box set with hundreds of tiny pattern producing objects).

Below photos show the directions and the back of the directions.

Below is an image from the scope.

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