Mini Myriorama

Regular price €9,99

The myriorama is a set of illustrated cards invented in France by J. P. Brass in 1802, whose parts can be arranged in an almost infinite number of combinations. The word myriorama derives from Greek “myrias” (ten thousand) and was invented to mean a myriad of different pictures. This version is based on the one published in London by Samuel Leigh in 1824.

24 pieces
One piece's dimensions: 3,5 x 9,5 cm.
Box dimensions: 7,5 x 1,5 x 10 cm.
Materials: wood, paper.
Instructions for use and care are included.