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Triunial or triple lantern (magic or optical lantern)

Type of hardware
Nation of origin
unknown
Date of first manufacture
unknown
Examples of this hardware
Appleton's triple lantern (triunial or triple lantern, R.J. Appleton & Co., 1880s)
'Docwra' triple lantern (triunial or triple lantern, W.C. Hughes, 1888)
'Grand' triple lantern (triunial or triple lantern, W.C. Hughes, 1880s)
'Malden' triple lantern (triunial or triple lantern, J.H. Steward, n.d.)
Trinopticon (triunial or triple lantern, J.H. Steward, n.d.)
Trinoptric lantern (triunial or triple lantern, maker unknown, n.d.)
References
Lewis Wright, Apparatus for scientific demonstration in NMLJ 2.1 (January 1981), p. 5
John Barnes, The Barnes Museum: catalogue excerpts in NMLJ 1.2 (February 1979), p. 6
Glossary in NMLJ 1.1 (April 1978), p. 15
Magic lantern miscellany in NMLJ 2.1 (January 1981), pp. 12-13
Michael Smith and his triunial magic lantern in NMLJ 1.2 (February 1979), pp. 7-9
Dennis Crompton and Tony Dugdale, Scene on board in NMLJ 2.1 (January 1981), pp. 8-10
Illustrations in
Magic lantern miscellany in NMLJ 2.1 (January 1981), 12-13
Dennis Crompton and Tony Dugdale, Scene on board in NMLJ 2.1 (January 1981), 8-10
Lucerna ID 2000017

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 9 May 2019

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