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Uranium oxygenizatum. Oxide of Uranium frm the Tolcairn mine, Cornwall.
Armillary sphere (used to simulate the orbits of the heavenly bodies): With, a Terrestrial globe, and a Celestial globe.
Waterfalls: Inforgraphic diagram showing the comparative heights of the waterfalls of the world.
Plumbum phosphatum. Lead phosphate from Leadhills, Lancashire.
Vertical distribution of climate of different mountains, and snow at different altitudes.
Dirigible Aerostat, navigatable balloon ‘Patrie’: Details of parts with explanation in French.
Stereographic Projection with Churchman’s New Projection for Mountainous Countries: Diagrams illustrating the use of contour lines to map elevation and underwater depths.
Cuprum arseniatum. Hydrargillite Copper from the collection of Lady Alesford.
Argilla hydrata. Hydragillite from Spring Hill, Tracton Abbey, Ireland.
Der Mench als Industriepalast (Man as an Industrial Palace): The human body represented as a machine with part represented by a mechanical equivalent.
Cuprum phosphatum. Copper phosphate from Cornwall
Waterfalls, Islands, Lakes, Rivers and Mountains in the Western Hemisphere: An infographic chart of natural features of the western hemisphere.
Nature in Descending Regions: 1893. Comparative chart of the World’s oceans and the different species that live within them. .
Hydostatics: Pressure and equilibrium of liquids.
Phenomena of the Earth: Four diagrams illustrating the theories of seasons, the day-night cycle, and solar time (sundials).
Atlantic Type Engine: North British Railway.
Comparative chart of the earth’s geology.
Machine Age: View of the Industrial Metropolis. World’s Fair.
Silex achates. Calcedony or Agate.from Llanrhaiadr, Wales.
Silex mesotypus. Red mesotype and red zeolite.
Cuprum subsulphureum. Vitreous copper ore from Cornwall.
Oxford Astronomical Observatory: Interior with globe, telescopes and other scientific instruments.
Diagrams of Dirigible aerostats or steerable balloons.
Orville Wright experimenting with flight.
Non-Metallic, Metallic and Caloric elements. With Key.
‘Galvanic Electricity’: Sir William Robert Grove QC, a pioneer of fuel cell technology. SPY.
Infographic illustration of areas of geological interest.
Silex steatites. Red and green serpentine from Lizard point, Cornwall.
Crampton’s Locomotive Engine.
Extention, Impenetrability, Divisibility, Porosity, Inertia, Cohesion, Gravity (1-16), Gravity (17-26), Pendulum (27-30), Forces (31-37), Laws of Motion (38-39). With Key.
Rivers and Lakes: Comparative chart showing the lakes and rivers of the world.
Calx carbonata. Crystallized lime carbonate from Matlock, Cornwall.
Red stillbite or zeolite from Hall Hill, Scotland.
Ferrum phosphatum. Iron phosphate and Iron carbonate from Huel Kine, Cornwall.
Projection of Globes and Maps: Diagrams illustrating the mathematics behind various map projections used to convert a spherical globe into a flat map.
Modern Express Engine. London and North-Western Railway.
Carbo Bitumen. Viscous Bitumen from Castletown, Isle of Man.
Mechanical properties of Air (2-4), Laws of Air (5-7), Barometer (8-9, 1), Air Pump 10-11) Air Condenser (12-14), Air Ballon (15), Diving Ball (16) With key.
Calx fulata. Fluor from Devonshire.
Argilla electrica. Tourmaline, from Chudleigh, Devon.
Sound and Hearing (1-6), Ear (7), Musical Sounds (8-9), Musical Instruments (10-20). With Key.
Barytes sulphata. Sulphate of barytes from Surrey.
General Service Wall pictures educational series of daily life in Britain after Elizabeth Skilton.
Zincum carbonatum. Carbonate of zinc from the Matlock, Rutland mine.
Silex steatites. Indurated steatite Portsoy, Scotland.
Mountains: Unusual Victorian educational chart showing the comparative heights of mountains around the world.
Cuprum sulphureum. Blistered sulphuret of Copper from the Cook’s Kitchen mine, Cornwall.