Locked cylinder of three interlacing sheets of leather, with elliptical shapes

Made:
c.1914 in Edinburgh
maker:
Alexander Crum Brown

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Locked cylinder of three interlacing sheets in red, yellow and black leather, with elliptical shapes, by Alexander Crum Brown, Edinburgh, Scotland, United Kingdom, 1912-1914

Crum-Brown then went on to experiment with the shape of the holes. This model has elliptical perforations.

Details

Category:
Mathematics
Object Number:
2006-63
Materials:
complete, leather, plaster
Measurements:
overall (standing upright): 110 mm x 58 mm x 48 mm, .054kg
type:
model - representation
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
credit:
School of Mathematics, The University of Edinburgh

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