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Slide set: Glass and glass making (lecture: Newton & Co., 67 slides, in/before 1899)

Known references to this set
Catalogue of magic lanterns, dissolving-view apparatus, and lantern slides (London: Newton & Co., 1899), 360

“Direct Photographs.

This series of Lantern Slides is selected, photographed and arranged by Charles Fergus Binns, Esq., Lecturer on 'The Potter's Art,', 'Glass, Antique and Artistic,' etc.

(Thanks and acknowledgements are due to Sir Wollaston Franks, K.C.B.; E.A. Wallis Budge, Esq., M.A.; C. Purdon Clarke, Esq., C.I.E.; F.W. Rudler, Esq.; J. Silvers Wiliams, Esq.; and to their able and courteous assistants, for a large measure of kindly co-operation).”

1909
Catalogue of science lanterns, optical lanterns, dissolving-view apparatus, and lantern slides (London: Newton & Co., 1909), 181

“Direct Photographs.

This series of Lantern Slides is selected, photographed and arranged by Charles Fergus Binns, Esq., Lecturer on 'The Potter's Art,', 'Glass, Antique and Artistic,' etc.

(Thanks and acknowledgements are due to Sir Wollaston Franks, K.C.B.; E.A. Wallis Budge, Esq., M.A.; C. Purdon Clarke, Esq., C.I.E.; F.W. Rudler, Esq.; J. Silvers Wiliams, Esq.; and to their able and courteous assistants, for a large measure of kindly co-operation).”

1909
Lantern slide catalogue (Glasgow: J. Lizars, 1909), 221

“An entirely New Series of Lantern Slides, selected, photographed, and arranged by Charles Fergus Binns, Esq., Lecturer on 'The Potter's Art,' 'Glass: Antique, Artistic,' etc. (Strictly Copyright).”

1913
Catalogue of lantern slides: part II (London: Newton & Co., 1913), 818

“Direct Photographs.

This series of Lantern Slides is selected, photographed and arranged by Charles Fergus Binns, Esq., Lecturer on 'The Potter's Art,', 'Glass, Antique and Artistic,' etc.

(Thanks and acknowledgements are due to Sir Wollaston Franks, K.C.B.; E.A. Wallis Budge, Esq., M.A.; C. Purdon Clarke, Esq., C.I.E.; F.W. Rudler, Esq.; J. Silvers Wiliams, Esq.; and to their able and courteous assistants, for a large measure of kindly co-operation).”

1940s
Catalogue of lantern slides for hire (London: Newton & Co., 1940s), 26

“Direct photographs from the earliest times to the present day, showing specimens of glasswork from various countries and modern methods of manufacture. This series of Lantern Slides is selected, photographed, and arranged by Charles Fergus Binns, Esq., Lecturer on 'The Potter's Art,' 'Glass, Antique and Artistic.' etc. (Thanks and acknowledgments are due to Sir Wollaston Franks, K.C.B., and others for a large measure of kindly co-operation.)”

Lucerna ID  3000294

Record created by Richard Crangle. Last updated 24 January 2021

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