Kaleidoscope, by Philip Carpenter, Birmingham, with case

Made:
1815-1825 in Birmingham
maker:
Philip Carpenter
Kaleidoscope, by Philip Carpenter, Birmingham, with case (kaleidoscope)

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Kaleidoscope, by Philip Carpenter, Birmingham, c.1820, on front "P Carpenter, sole maker. Black enamel body, length when closed 6 3/4", in cylindrical case 7 1/8" long by 1 5/8" diam.

Details

Category:
Optics
Object Number:
1911-270
type:
kaleidoscope
credit:
Court, Thomas Henry

Parts

Case for Brewster's Patent Kaleidoscope

Case for Brewster's Patent Kaleidoscope

Cylindrical case containing brass collar, Carpenter, Birmingham, United Kingdom, 1815-1825. Kaleidoscope (not present) by Carpenter.

Measurements:
overall: .064kg
Materials:
cardboard and brass (copper, zinc alloy)
Object Number:
1911-270 Pt2
type:
instrument case