1906: exhibits in section "Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council"

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Exhibit no. Exhibitor Exhibit title Section Picture Browse catalogue
414 Douglas English The Plume Moth Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
415 Douglas English Wasp fly (V. inanies) Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
415 Douglas English Hornet Moth (Apiformis) Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
415 Douglas English Bee Fly (Volucella) Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
415 Douglas English Wasp Beetle (C. arictis) Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
416 Douglas English Example of mimicry in spider (Thomiscus) Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
417 Douglas English Long-eared Bat Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
418 Douglas English Duel between Show-mice Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
419 Royal Observatory, Greenwich Dumb Bell Nebula m Vulpecula Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
419 Royal Observatory, Greenwich Ring Nebula in Lyra Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
419 Royal Observatory, Greenwich Star Cluster. Messier 5 Librae Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
419 Royal Observatory, Greenwich Star Cluster. Messier 13 Herculis Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Astronomer Royal [Royal Observatory, Greenwich] Solar Eclipse, 1905, August 30, Sfax (Tunisia). Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Astronomer Royal [Royal Observatory, Greenwich] Solar Eclipse, 1905, August 30, Sfax (Tunisia). Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Edgar Senior Photomicrograph of the appearance seen under suitable conditions of the image Lippmann photograph of the spectrum Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Astronomer Royal [Royal Observatory, Greenwich] Nebula H. V. 14 Cygni. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Astronomer Royal [Royal Observatory, Greenwich] Sixth and Seventh Satellites of Jupiter Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
F. E. Baxendall Total Solar Eclipse - Photographs of the Solar Eclipse Expedition, from the Solar Physics Observatory, to Majorca, Palma, August 30th, 1905 Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
F. E. Baxendall Total Solar Eclipse Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
F. E. Baxendall British Stone - The East Circle, Tregeseal, Cornwall (1) looking North, (2) looking East. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
F. E. Baxendall British Stone Circles - The Boscawen-Un-Circle (Cornwall) Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
F. E. Baxendall Photo-spectro heliograms Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
F. E. Baxendall Aug. 27th, 1906, showing an exceptionally large prominence (A) on the western limb; height about 139,000 miles Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Cloud Photographs - Mares' tails, east wind, high barometer Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Nimbi (from south-west); circus and mares' tails; moderate wind Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Cirrus, quickly disappearing Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Mares' tails Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Mares' tails Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Mares' tails Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Cumulus Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Overcast Sky Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Dr. W. J. S. Lockyer Thunder Cumuli Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Tempest Anderson Zambesi Falls, from Livingstone Island, 1905 Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Tempest Anderson Bakoti Gorge, just below Victoria Falls, Zambesi River, 1905 Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Tempest Anderson Leeuw Kloof Poort; a torrent gorge near Laingsburg, Karroo District, 1905 Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Tempest Anderson Table Mountain from the Capetown Waterworks, 1905 Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Professor R. A. Reiss Photographs illustrating the investigation of crimes and detection of the criminals Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Positive discharge form Induction Coil, showing traces of negative discharge in centre, apparently due to arrested momentum. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Four negatives figures. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Negative discharge, showing subordinate positive figure, probably due to same cause. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Negative discharge, showing reversed conditions in the internal structure of the two large discharges. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Four negative figures, illustrating the same feature. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Simultaneous discharge from both poles of coil showing that the same characteristic figure is attached to each. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Positive figure a transformer producing an oscillating discharge of very high frequency, showing the uniformity of the structure, and also very fine detail. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Simultaneous discharge from both poles of transformer showing that the figures approximate much more closely than in No. 6. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Seven-inch spark discharge between two brass knobs. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Discharge from central point to wire ring. Showing the apparent rotation of the brush discharge on itself, near the outer margin. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Discharge from ring to central point, the ring acting as a condenser, and showing the likeness to certain forms of lightning (the double image was purposely produced). Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Image of the same ring projected through a block of solid di-electric (vulcanite) 7/8-inch thick, showing the same spiral twist of the brush discharge. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The same experiment but showing the attraction of the fibres of the main discharge to the image of the ring, at those points where they have extended beyond it. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Brush discharge of great tenuity between two parallels of very small capacity. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Brush discharge between two electrodes of larger size, the apparent rotation of the discharge and its likeness to organic structures is very remarkable. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The same effect between two heavily insulated cables (3,000 megohms per mile) showing the discharge radiating from the external insulating material. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Condenser effect between two parallel wires positive figure. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The same, but with reversed polarity. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Spiral discharge along two parallel conductors of equal capacity taking the wire as an axis. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The same, but showing the modification of form produced by smaller electrodes. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Spiral formation showing a great amount of fine detail in the individual discharges. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Discharge between two conductors of different capacity. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The same effect but with one pole connected to a condenser. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The result obtained from larger conductors. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The discharge nearly suppressed by using very large electrodes. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Discharge between two points in a vacuum, showing apparent spiral rotation, produced by a magnetic field. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The same [479] but with reversed rotation. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Double spiral in same tube showing nodal point in centre. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant The same figure, but showing different detail. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
K. J. Tarrant Showing arch formed in the centre by altering the magnetic conditions. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
A. J. Newton
(A. J. Bull)
Spectro photographs showing comparisons of recent colour sensitive plates Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
A. J. Newton
(A. J. Bull)
Spectro-photographs illustrating the absorptions of ultra-violet light by the glass used in photographic apparatus Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
Capt. D. Wilson-Barker Cloud Types Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
P. Grouzinskaia Preobrajensky A series of photographs illustrating reversal of the photographic image Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
497 Edgar Senior Lippmann photograph of continuous spectrum of arc light Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
497 Edgar Senior Line spectrum of salts of the metals Na, Si, Li, Ba Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
497 Edgar Senior Lippmann photograph produced by exposing film successively to two continuous spectrums, the red end of one being superposed on the blue end of the other. Two short spectra are thus obtained crossed by fine dark lines, first observed by Dr. Neuhauss. Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
497 Edgar Senior Double spectrum, mounted to show all the characteristics of a Lippmann photograph, both by transmitted and reflected light Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
497 Edgar Senior Two spectra crossing each other at right angles, and showing dark lines on back, traversing the image obliquely Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
497 Edgar Senior Continuous spectra on Gelatine showing complementary colours by transmitted light Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
[197A] Adam Hilger, Ltd. Modified Hüfner Spectrometer Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
[197A] Adam Hilger, Ltd. Comparison Photometer Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
[197A] Adam Hilger, Ltd. Wavelength Spectroscope Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page
[197B] Wratten & Wainwright, Ltd. Gradation Photometer Scientific and Technical Photography and its Application to Processes of Reproduction. By Invitation from the Council    catalogue page