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Stuart's Marine Distance Meter, by G. Lee & Son, Portsmouth, Early 20th Century?

Inventory Number: 52411
Object Type:
Place Created: Portsmouth United Kingdom (England) Europe
Accession Number: 1971-9
Brief Description: Coincidence rangefinder with detachable magnifying viewer. Index set on a scale of 0-200 and reads on a movable graphical table of Cables [0]-30. Reverse has a blank table for providing data on each ship the instrument would be used on (eg masthead to lower top). With original fitted case.

52411.1: Rangefinder
52411.2: Magnifier
52411.3: Case
Primary Inscriptions: On upper plate "JH". "STUART'S MARINE / DISTANCE METER / 332" and "G. LEE & SON / THE HARD / PORTSMOUTH" on one side. Trade label in case "G. Lee & Son / OPTICIANS / 33, THE HARD / PORTSMOUTH"
Provenance: Purchased
Collection Group:
Material(s): Ivory/ivorine
Brass
Alloy
Glass
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
29 135 88 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/52411

Rangefinder for Stuart's Marine Distance Meter, by G. Lee & Son, Portsmouth, Early 20th Century?

Inventory Number: 52411
Object Type:
Place Created: Portsmouth United Kingdom (England) Europe
Accession Number: 1971-9
Brief Description: Coincidence rangefinder with detachable magnifying viewer. Index set on a scale of 0-200 and reads on a movable graphical table of Cables [0]-30. Reverse has a blank table for providing data on each ship the instrument would be used on (eg masthead to lower top). With original fitted case.

52411.1: Rangefinder
52411.2: Magnifier
52411.3: Case
Primary Inscriptions: On upper plate "JH". "STUART'S MARINE / DISTANCE METER / 332" and "G. LEE & SON / THE HARD / PORTSMOUTH" on one side. Trade label in case "G. Lee & Son / OPTICIANS / 33, THE HARD / PORTSMOUTH"
Provenance: Purchased
Collection Group:
Material(s): Ivory/ivorine
Brass
Alloy
Glass
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
29 135 88 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/52411

Magnifier for Stuart's Marine Distance Meter, by G. Lee & Son, Portsmouth, Early 20th Century?

Inventory Number: 52411
Object Type:
Place Created: Portsmouth United Kingdom (England) Europe
Accession Number: 1971-9
Brief Description: Coincidence rangefinder with detachable magnifying viewer. Index set on a scale of 0-200 and reads on a movable graphical table of Cables [0]-30. Reverse has a blank table for providing data on each ship the instrument would be used on (eg masthead to lower top). With original fitted case.

52411.1: Rangefinder
52411.2: Magnifier
52411.3: Case
Primary Inscriptions: On upper plate "JH". "STUART'S MARINE / DISTANCE METER / 332" and "G. LEE & SON / THE HARD / PORTSMOUTH" on one side. Trade label in case "G. Lee & Son / OPTICIANS / 33, THE HARD / PORTSMOUTH"
Provenance: Purchased
Collection Group:
Material(s): Ivory/ivorine
Brass
Alloy
Glass
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
29 135 88 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/52411

Case for Stuart's Marine Distance Meter, by G. Lee & Son, Portsmouth, Early 20th Century?

Inventory Number: 52411
Object Type:
Place Created: Portsmouth United Kingdom (England) Europe
Accession Number: 1971-9
Brief Description: Coincidence rangefinder with detachable magnifying viewer. Index set on a scale of 0-200 and reads on a movable graphical table of Cables [0]-30. Reverse has a blank table for providing data on each ship the instrument would be used on (eg masthead to lower top). With original fitted case.

52411.1: Rangefinder
52411.2: Magnifier
52411.3: Case
Primary Inscriptions: On upper plate "JH". "STUART'S MARINE / DISTANCE METER / 332" and "G. LEE & SON / THE HARD / PORTSMOUTH" on one side. Trade label in case "G. Lee & Son / OPTICIANS / 33, THE HARD / PORTSMOUTH"
Provenance: Purchased
Collection Group:
Material(s): Ivory/ivorine
Brass
Alloy
Glass
Dimensions:
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
29 135 88 mm

There are no associated narratives.

Permalink: http://www.mhs.ox.ac.uk/object/inv/52411