Five experimental coils used by Faraday, 1820-1850

Made:
1821-1850 in London
maker:
Michael Faraday
and
Michael Faraday
and

Five original experimental coils used by Michael Faraday in his researches, by Michael Faraday, London, England, 1821-1850. Faraday gave them to Miss Jane Barnard, his niece and adopted daughter.

Details

Category:
Electricity and Magnetism
Object Number:
1914-385
Materials:
cork, cotton (fibre), paint, textile, velvet, wood (unidentified)
Measurements:
overall (estimated from object image): 60 mm x 300 mm x 400 mm,
type:
coil
credit:
Barnard, H.F.

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