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Thermometer - Deep Sea Minimum-Maximum, L. Casella, London, circa 1896 Object Reg. No: ST 022122

Summary:
Deep sea thermometer. maximum-minimum of the six pattern with movable indices especially constructed to withstand pressure. Made by L. Casella, London, circa 1896. Used at Melbourne Observatory.
Acquisition Information:
Transfer from Melbourne Observatory, 1945
Discipline: Technology
Dimensions: 31 cm (Height)

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Tagged with: oceanography, thermometers
Themes this item is part of: Melbourne Observatory Collection, Science & Measurement Collection, Positional Astronomy at Melbourne Observatory, Weights & Measures at Melbourne Observatory, Melbourne Observatory & Standard Time in Victoria, Astrographic Catalogue, Transits of Venus, 1874 & 1882, Buildings at Melbourne Observatory, Star Observations & Personal Equation, Meteorology at Melbourne Observatory, 1863-1908, Melbourne Observatory, 1863-1944, Geodetic Survey of Victoria, 1858-1872
Primary Classification: PHYSICAL SCIENCES
Secondary Classification: Meteorology
Tertiary Classification: thermometers
Inscriptions: Frame marked 'CASELLA-MILLER DEEP SEA THERMOMETER. L. CASELLA, MAKER TO THE ADMIRALTY & ORDNANCE. LONDON. -39331-C.155.' Case marked 'L. CASELLA. INST. MAKER TO THE ADMIRALTY. LONDON.'
Maker: Louis Casella & Co, London, England, Great Britain, circa 1896
User: Melbourne Observatory, South Yarra, Victoria, Australia

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