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Text: The optical magic lantern journal: volume 2 number 31 (December 1891)

Type of text
periodical issue
36 pages
London, England: Taylor Brothers, December 1891
Other organisations

editor: TAYLOR, J. Hay  (c.1858-1936)

Main language(s)
Retail price at publication
Included a removable four-page insert of the Index to Volume 2.

Notes, p. 177

New form of incandescent light for the lantern, p. 178

Explosion at a lantern entertainment, pp. 178-179

C. Goodwin Norton, Ether saturators and other matters, p. 179

Albert W. Scott, Colouring lantern slides: no. 6, pp. 179-180

Our visits: no. 2 -- Walter Tyler, p. 180

R.R. Beard, Compressed gas cylinder fittings, pp. 181-182

T.H. Holding, How I became a lanternist: IX -- concluding article, pp. 182-183

Index to Volume 2, pp. Index i-iv

T.E. Freshwater, Mr J. Traill Taylor's form of triple condenser and fittings, pp. 183-184

The Old 'Un, 'Notes' on 'queries', p. 184

Alfred Lomax, The eth-oxo light, pp. 184-185

George H. Slight, Stereoscopic effects with the lantern, p. 185

Charles E. Rendle, Hints and helps: no. 4 -- Christmastide reminiscences, p. 186

Editorial table, pp. 186-187

R.R. Beard, J.A. Furnivel and J.H. Steward, Correspondence, pp. 187-188

Notes and queries, p. 188


R. & J. Beck, p.i (margins)  –  lenses

B.J. Edwards & Co., p.i (margins)  –  isochromatic and lantern plates

Perken, Son & Rayment, p.i  –  'Optimus' magic lanterns

Walter Tyler, p.i  –  magic lanterns and slides

J.H. Dallmeyer, p.ii  –  Dallmeyer's lenses

J. Barnard & Son, p.ii  –  slide painting colours

J.H. Steward, p.ii  –  single, bi-unial and triple lanterns

E.G. Wood, p.ii  –  Wood's lanterns and slides

Archer & Sons, p.iii  –  Archer's new optical lanterns

Albert W. Scott, p.iii  –  Scott's patent warm air saturator

J.C. Stevens, p.iii  –  auctions of lanterns, slides, photographic and scientific equipment

York & Son, p.iii  –  York's optical lantern slides

F. Bartlett, p.iii  –  lantern slide carriers and other accessories

H. Hughes & Son, p.iii  –  new slides and apparatus

W. Cheffins, p.iii  –  fantoccini slides

Various small advertisers, p.iii  –  general wants, etc.

Hooper & Co., p.iii  –  Christmas cards etc.

Gas Compression Company, p.iii  –  compressed oxygen, hydrogen etc.

Sands, Hunter & Co., p.iii  –  photographic apparatus

Walter A. Griffiths & Co., p.iv  –  lantern slide making camera and fixed enlargement camera

Mawson & Swan, p.iv  –  Mawson plates for detective and instantaneous cameras

R. & A.J. Mercer, p.iv  –  'Bonanza' automatic magazine hand camera

Taylor, Taylor & Hobson, p.iv  –  high class lantern lenses

R.R. Beard, p.iv  –  Beard's gas regulator, miniature telescopic lantern etc.

Walter Tyler, p.v  –  lanterns and slides, illustration of premises

G.W. Wilson,  –  photographic slides, new sets

A.D. Moore,  –  diagrammatic lantern slides

Photo-Enterprise Co.,  –  lantern slide clamps

West & Co.,  –  lantern slides from marine subjects

W.W. Rouch & Co.,  –  'Eureka' hand detective camera

Whittaker & Co.,  –  'Optics of photography' by J. Traill Taylor

W.H. Humphries & Co., p.vii  –  magic lantern, dissolving view and photographic apparatus

UK Band of Hope Union, p.vii  –  lantern slides on sale or hire

W. Stocks, p.vii  –  Stocks' patent magic lantern oil lamp

Edward Dyson, p.vii  –  Dyson's spongeable lantern screens

T.J. Doggett, p.vii  –  tin-plate work for lantern and photographic trades

Frank Weeks, p.vii  –   new lecture and story sets for the lantern

A.E. Wade, p.vii  –  lantern slides on hire

Watson & Sons, p.viii  –  optical and scientific instruments, lanterns and slides

Fry Manufacturing Co., p.viii  –  Fry's lantern plates

Platinotype Company, p.viii  –  improved 'Key' camera

Thornton Pickard Manufacturing Co., p.viii  –  Thornton-Pickard 'Time' shutter

Robert H. Clark, p.ix  –  Clark's 'standard lantern', chromo-litho slides

W.I. Chadwick, pp.x-xi  –  'Eclipse' slide carrier, Chadwick's perfect optical lantern etc.

Incandescent Gas Light Co., p.xii  –  'Aero-Carbon' incandescent light

James Lancaster & Son, p.xiii  –  photographic apparatus and magic lanterns

R.W. Thomas & Co., p.xiv  –  Thomas's collodio-bromide substitute

Frederick J. Stedman, p.xiv  –  first-class slides and colouring

James Moore, p.xv  –  combination metal lantern slide frame

Talbot & Eamer, p.xv  –  'Talmer' automatic hand camera

Valentine & Sons, p.xv  –  photographs and lantern slides

Morison Bros., p.xv  –  comic sketches available as lantern slides

D. Noakes & Son, p.xvi  –  new catalogue of apparatus and slides

H. Staniforth, p.xvii  –  patent jet holder and regulator

A. Clarkson & Co., p.xvii  –  Duplex regulator

Suiter, p.xviii  –  'Reliable' high pressure gas regulator

W.C. Hughes, p.xix  –  patent skeleton lantern, 'Pamphengos' lantern etc.

Piper & Carter, p.xix  –  'Photographic news' weekly magazine

Alfred Underhill, p.xix  –  dissolving view artist

W. Wray, p.xix  –  Wray's lenses

William Tylar, p.xx  –  Tylar's lanternescope

Wilkinson & Co., p.xx  –  slide making and colouring

J.F. Shew & Co., p.xx  –  'Eclipse' hand camera

Newton & Co., p.xx  –  optical lanterns and slides

I.P. Cutts, Sutton & Sons, p.xx  –  safety porous ether saturator

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