|Title||Paper, 'Shapes of haile' brought before the Royal Society by Christopher Wren|
|Description||The hail fell at 4 pm on 26 March 1667 (according to this paper, and 27 according to the minutes). Wren described the hail as a 'perfect cone', and the underside the shape of a 'marigold flower'.|
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|Physical description||Ink on paper.|
|Related records in the catalogue||RBC/2/92|
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|NA8299||Wren; Sir; Christopher (1632 - 1723); architect, astronomer, and mathematician||1632 - 1723|