Historical information

This collection of Stereograph card depicts scenes from the Coronation of King George V. Produced by 'The Rose Stereographs.
George Rose was born in Clunes, Victoria in 1861 and later worked in his father’s boot-making business in Prahran while studying photography. In 1880 he founded the Rose Stereograph Company and became famous for producing stereographs, or stereoviews, which gave the illusion of being in 3D when seen through a hand-held viewer.


Some of the pioneers of Moorabbin were staunch supporters of the Monarchy of England. This collection of cards was donated by one of the founding pioneer families.

Physical description

Stereograph cards - 25 cards produced by Rose Stereographs. - black and white

Inscriptions & markings

Description of each card written on bottom