Clinometer rule, British Antarctic Expedition, 1901

PART OF:
Two Clinometer rule, British Antarctic Expedition, 1901
Made:
1816-1850 in Charing Cross
maker:
Thomas Jones
Brass clinometer, jointed-rule type, by Thomas Jones

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Brass clinometer, jointed-rule type, by Thomas Jones
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Brass clinometer, jointed-rule type, by Thomas Jones, Charing Cross, London, 1816-1850. Used on the British Antarctic Expedition, 1901. Property of the Hydrographic Office, British Admiralty.

Details

Category:
Surveying
Object Number:
1911-174/1
Materials:
brass (copper, zinc alloy), glass and alcohol
Measurements:
overall: 75 mm x 160 mm x 30 mm, .31kg
type:
clinometer rule