Triunial Optical Projection Lantern, by William Ju

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Photographic glass lantern slide portrait of William H.A. Judd, 2 August 1876 - 17 May 1936, London. Judd invented the
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Triunial Optical Projection Lantern, by William Judd, London, c. 1895, with slides and accessories:- 3 slide holders, 20 framed slides, 1 long framed slide for producing dissolving coloures, 20 lantern slides, 1 lantern slide (photograph of the late W. H. A. Judd, Esq.), 1 spare limelight jet, 1 box containing six indestructible limes, 1 pair lime tongs, 4 cylinder valves (single), 1 cylinder valve (double), 4 cylinder keys, 2 gas testing tanks, 4 wooden wedges, 2 rubber rings and 5 miscellaneous screws. With storage box.

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Category:
Optics
Object Number:
1936-341
credit:
Mrs. N.A. Judd.
status:
Permanent collection

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