Resonance tubes, brass

Made:
1850

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Resonance tubes, brass, four in number, of open lengths 343,269,228 and 176mm, mounted on wooden base (cracked into two pieces), bearing paper label C1281, each tube having a steel draw handle (some rusting) with cork pistons, mid 19th century, from the Wheatstone Laboratory Collection.

Details

Category:
Acoustics
Object Number:
1990-598
credit:
Sotheby and Compan
status:
Permanent collection

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