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1820 - 1910
1820-1910, photographer; caricaturist; journalist; novelist; balloonist, French
James Staats Forbes
1823 - 1904
1823-1904, railway administrator; art connoisseur, British; Scottish
Adam Jozef Ignacy Prazmowski
1821 - 1885
1821-1885, astronomer; astrophysicist; optical instrument maker, Polish
Phantasmagoria magic lantern
Phantasmagoria magic lantern c. 1820, in case, with 14 short lantern slides, 2 long slides and 7 slides in box. (see note on page 3)
Ready reckoner, c 1820.
Twelve inch wooden rule with tables for multiplication and the conversion of British measures and money, stamped "Bate London", c. 1820
Daniell hygrometer, Greiner's modification, 1822, graduated -20 degree F. to +120 degree F.
Medal commemorating William Harvey
Medal, bronze, commemorating William Harvey, English physician and discoverer of blood circulation, by Binfield for Durand's "Series Numismatica Universalis Virorum Illustrium", France, 1823
Microscopical preparation of a tubercular lung, Dublin, Ireland, 1824
Microscopical preparations of section of tubercular lung, glass, prepared by Dr. James Macartney, Dublin, 1824
Larger tally from exchequer tally and foil, English, 1822.
Larger tally from an exchequer tally set, date 1822
Set of Exchequer standard Troy weights by Bate, London, 1824
Weighing & Measuring
Set of nine gunmetal Exchequer Standard Troy Weights from 30lb to 1lb, spherical with knob handles, made in 1824 by R.B.Bate, London. Weights for:- 1,2,3,4,5,10,15,20,30lb Troy or 12,24,36,48,60,120,180,240,360 oz. Troy. Each weight is stamped on one side with the value in Troy Pd., & on opposite side with the equivalent in Troy oz., & is further stamped with a crown and "1824 Bate London"