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Thermometer, Six's

Description

Thermometer, alcohol and mercury, recording maximum and minimum temperatures, invented by James Six of Canterbury in 1780, probably made by L. Casella, London, c. 1900

Museum reference

T.1902.11

Collection

Technology

Object name

Thermometer, Six's

Production information

L. Casella
London, England, EUROPE

Date

c. 1900

Materials

Glass, Alcohol, Mercury, Steel, Wood

Associations

Inventor: Six, James, 1731 - 1793

Exhibitions

  • Scotland Creates: Museum nan Eilean, Sgoil Lionacleit (01 Jul 2013 - 29 Sep 2013)
    Museum nan Eilean: Sgoil Lionacleit

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