Goodwin Norton Triple lantern. Triunial lantern for 3 1/2 x 3 1/4" slides; lower two lenses missing, 2 mixing, one blowthrough oxyhydrogen limelight jets; star mixers; with hydrogen and oxygen gauges by Beard; previously catalogued as 1990-5036/259. Two lenses missing. Donated by daughter of maker.
This tri-unial lantern, used by the lanternist Charles Goodwin Norton, was possibly made by W Butcher & Sons. The projector is missing two of its three lenses , though it retains its oxyhydrogen limelight jets - two mixing, one blowthrough -, star mixers and hydrogen and oxygen gauges by Beard.
Tri-unial lantern made in 1880, possibly by W Butcher & Sons.
This lantern was used by the lanternist Charles Goodwin Norton, well-known for his spectacular lantern entertainments. Its three lenses enabled the lanternist to produce dissolving views and moving picture effects.
- Photographic Technology
- Kodak Collection
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overall: 1020 mm x 330 mm x 770 mm,
- magic lantern
- tools and equipment
- equipment by process
- image viewing equipment
- image projecting equipment (unit)
- The Kodak Collection at the National Media Museum, Bradford