Thermograph, an instrument for making graphic recordings of variations in temperature. Made by Richard Freres, Paris. No.7800, in metal case length 9 1/2”, width 5 1/4”, height 6 1/4”, overall length 13 1/2”.(SB)..

Thermograph, an instrument for making graphic recordings of variations in temperature. Made by Richard Freres, Paris. No.7800, in metal case length 9 1/2”, width 5 1/4”, height 6 1/4”, overall length 13 1/2”.(SB). Observatory stock number 266.

Summary

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Thermograph, an instrument for making graphic recordings of variations in temperature. Made by Richard Freres, Paris. No.7800, in metal case length 9 1/2", width 5 1/4", height 6 1/4", overall length 13 1/2".(SB). Observatory stock number 266.

Source

Gift of Government Stores Department, 1964
30 June, 1964

Cite this Object

Thermograph, an instrument for making graphic recordings of variations in temperature. Made by Richard Freres, Paris. No.7800, in metal case length 9 1/2", width 5 1/4", height 6 1/4", overall length 13 1/2".(SB).. 2014, Museum of Applied Arts & Sciences, accessed 17 November 2017, <https://ma.as/248665>
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