Tin

Great Britain

c.1725

25" high

 

Unusual early lantern similar to ones made by Edward Scarlett.

 

0306



Bull's Eye Lantern

Tin

Great Britain

18th. c.

15" high

 

0307


Bull's Eye Lantern

Tin

Great Britain

18th. c.

15" high

 

1702



Triunial lantern

Chatham

Wood and Brass

Great Britain

1891

34" high

 

The top lantern could be removed to give the lanternist the flexibility of having a single, biunial, or triunial set up.

 

0308


Biunial lantern

Wood & brass

Great Britain

c.1890

27" high

 

0309



Biunial Lantern

MacIntosh Galvanic and Fredric Battery Conmpany

Nickel-plated and brass

America

1895

18" hi

 

 

0310



Pamphengos

Hughes

Tin, brass and wood

Great Britain

1880

29" high

 

Horizontal biunial with dissolving fan.

 

0311





Stereopticon

Wood & metal

America

1877

15" x 25" x 11"

 

The improved oxy-hydrogen dissolving stereopticon was made by Sidney Herbert, Boston and sold by Thoamas Hall, Boston.

 

3173




Pettibone Sciopticon

Metal on wood base

America

c. 1895

20” x 10” x 13”

 

The popularly known "Peacock Lantern",w ith the original wooden storage trunk, was made in Cincinnati, Ohio by the Pettibone Bros Mfg Co. It comes with aluminum reels, each holding ten slides. The wheel in the photographs has pictures from the story of Damon and Pythias and an advertisement for the Pettibone Company.

 

4462



Biunial Lantern

M.C. Lilley & Co.

Nickle plated & tin

America

c. 1890

13" high

 

0362



Magic Lantern

Chatham Paxton

Wood and brass

Great Britain

1891

13" high

 

0312


Newton & Co.

Wood & brass

Great Britain

c.1890

18" high

 

 

0313


Wood & brass

America

c. 1870

9 3/4" hi.

 

This lantern made by A.T. Thompson, Boston looks like a camera.

 

1703


Queen & Co.

Wood & metal

America

c. 1890

19" high

 

0314


McAllister

America

c. 1870

25 1/2" hi.

 

1704





The New Philadelphia Lantern

N.H. Edgerton

America

c. 1880

19 3/4" hi.

 

3700