The 44th National Stereoscopic Association Convention

2018 3D-Con

July 17-23, 2018 • Embassy Suites Cleveland-Rockside • Independence, OH


Friday night. Preview is at 6 pm; Auction starts at 7 pm.

The NSA Auction is one of the largest 3D related auctions in the world. Members and non-members consign 3D views and equipment, modern and vintage.

This year's auction will feature the stereo collection of the late David B. Belcher. Highlights from his collection will be some Lincoln-related views including a set of Russell Norton's three limited edition c.1980 reproductions of the three unique views of Lincoln which surfaced in the Hudson Valley and were acquired by Rusty about that year. Other leading items from the auction will be a fine view of Crow warriors by F. Jay Haynes and an Anthony Civil War view of General Grant and family at his City Point, Virginia headquarters. There will also be an extensive array of vintage stereoviews from David's collection and some other good Western and railroad subjects, as well as a large variety of ViewMaster packets, and some last minute consignments of more modern 3D items including a dozen Realist format views taken by Paul Wing for ISU competitions over the last decades.

Consignments requested!!!!

SELLERS: Make extra money $$$$$$$$$$ It's time to consign items for this year's Spotlight Auction to be held in conjunction with the convention. Needed are stereoviews in any format from modern to historical - boxed sets - View-Master reels - stereo cameras - viewers - anything 3D - single items, lots or complete collections. More details to come.

BUYERS: Order the Auction catalog now, and it will be sent as soon as it is available. More details in the form below.

Auction Consignment Form
Auction Catalog Order Form

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Auctioneer Bob Duncan (center) is flanked by assistants Lorne Shields (left) and Bill Lee (right) at the 2011 NSA Spotlight Auction. Stereo by John Dennis.

Potential bidders crowd around the tables to examine lots prior to the 2011 Spotlight Auction. Photo by John Dennis.

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