Reference numberMOB/065
TitleSpectroscope by Troughton and Simms
ArtistSimms, William & Edward Troughton
DescriptionA three armed spectroscope with an equatorial mount adaptor and tripod base. Two collimator scopes and one telescope extend from the central prism house. Engraved 'Royal Society 1867'. Together with fitted mahogany box.
Extent1 instrument
FormatScientific Instrument
NotesOn loan to the Science Museum early 19th C - November 2003
Access statusOpen
ProvenanceExact provenance unknown
URL descriptionDigital version available on The Royal Society Picture Library
Fellows associated with this archive
NA7854Troughton; Edward (1753 - 1835)1753 - 1835
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