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Barometer
NMS
This special barometer without mercury, also known as a sympiesometer, dates from around 1850. It was retailed by Richard Millar, an optician and clockmaker based in Leith,... more
Museum
barometer & thermometer
Manchester Art Gallery
Barometer and thermometer made of mahogany with a steel face. more
Art Gallery
Comparative thermometer
NMS
Bryson's 'Comparative Thermometer' gives the temperature in degrees Celcius (left), Fahrenheit (centre) and Reaumur (right). Down each side of the instrument is a list of... more
Museum
desk thermometer
Manchester Art Gallery
A desk thermometer made of brass and bronze. A brass back plate is screwed onto an ornamental bronze holder and decorated with winged outward-facing mermaids surmounted by... more
Art Gallery
Instruction book, for set of specific gravity b...
NMS
This instruction book is for a set of specific gravity beads made around 1810, probably in Edinburgh by Isabella Lovi, the widow of a scientific instrument maker, Angelo... more
Museum
Model of thermometer
NMS
This model of a spiral thermometer dates from around 1830. It was probably made as a teaching aid to illustrate a form of thermometer that uses the expansion effect to uncoil... more
Museum
Pyroscope used by Joseph Black
NMS
A pyroscope is a form of differential thermoscope, an instrument which shows changes in temperature by the expansion and contraction of air in a bulb causing the fall or rise... more
Museum
Scale
NMS
This porcelain scale (pictured here in its fitted case) was made in 1867, probably by Louis Casella, a scientific instrument maker based in London. The scale shows the... more
Museum
Scale
NMS
This cold steel scale (pictured here in its fitted case with a Bryson thermometer) was made in 1868, probably by L. Casella, a scientific instrument maker based in London.... more
Museum
Slide rule & thermometer, from set of speci...
NMS
This slide rule and thermometer were included in a set of specific gravity beads made around 1810, probably in Edinburgh by Isabella Lovi, the widow of a scientific... more
Museum
 
 
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