Jamin circle for repeating the optical experiments

Made:
1886 in Paris
maker:
Jules Duboscq
and
Down Brothers

Jamin circle for repeating the optical experiments of Jamin and Senarmont by Duboscq and Pellin, Paris, 1886. Comprised of stand and circle with separate display case containing accessory pieces of apparatus. Made by Jules Duboscq. (See stroke records)

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Category:
Optics
Object Number:
1886-9
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), copper (alloy), glass, leather, metal (unknown), silver plated, wood (unidentified)
Measurements:
object: 475 mm x 320 mm x 280 mm, , 7.935kg
display box: 145 mm x 537 mm x 320 mm, , 7.81kg
credit:
Duboscq and Pellin
status:
Permanent collection

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