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Noakes quadruple lantern (quadruple lantern, D. Noakes & Son, 1890s)

Type of hardware
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manufacturer: D. Noakes & Son

Nation of origin
Date of first manufacture
1890s
Dimensions

unknown

Production
single example made
Original retail price
probably never offered for sale
References
John Betjeman and David Robinson, ‘John Betjeman visits Mr Noakes’ in NMLJ 8.3 (December 1998)
John Kennedy Melling, ‘The Noakes family and the 'Noakesoscope'’ in NMLJ 10.1 (Autumn 2005)
Mike Smith, ‘On the trail of the Noakesoscope’ in NMLJ 10.6 (Autumn 2010)
David Robinson, Stephen Herbert and Richard Crangle (editors), Encyclopaedia of the magic lantern (London: Magic Lantern Society, 2001), p. 210
Richard Crangle, ‘The Noakes 'Quad': found at last!’ in Magic Lantern 30 (March 2022)
Notes

Only one single example of this lantern is known to have been built.

Lucerna ID 2000100

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 23 January 2020

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