Instruments

Projectile trolley

A'dam J.Kampman and Adam Steitz, 1750 - 1774

Resonance Oak block etc.

after Savart Koenig

Locomotive whistle

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs

Siren

Paris Deleuil

Double siren, after Helmholtz

Berlin F. Sauerwald

Blaasbalg

Paris A. Cavaille- Coll Fils

Organ pipe; slider in middle

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Three organ pipes; different section, same note

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Organ pipes, 'UT3' and 'RE3'

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Organ pipes, 'MI3','FA3','SOL3','LA3','SI3' and 'UT4'

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Organ pipe 'FA2'

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Organ pipe 'UT4'

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Organ Pipe 'FA4'

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Overtones; Open ended glass tube with whistle at end

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Overtones; Closed glass tube with whistle at end

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Reed pipe

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Permanent magnets

Philips Lab. Eindhoven

Tamborine

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs

Monochord (sonometer), after Marloye

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs

Weights (4) for wire by 265 over pulley

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs

Bell with adjustable resonator

Haarlem W.M. Logeman

Kaleidophone, after Wheatstone

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs

Phonautograph, after Leon Scott

Parijs R. Koenig, 1865

Tuning forks for Lissajous' figures

Paris Lerebours et Secretan

2 Clamps for tuning forks

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs

Organ pipe with 3 manometric flame outlets and glass port

Koenig, Rudolph, Parijs, 1850 - 1874

Permanent magnets

Eindhoven Lab. Philips

Telephone, after Reis

Johann Philipp Reis

Section of telephone, after Bell

Paris 1880? Ducretet

Telephone set, after Bell

Paris E. Maldant

Two coupled Gower-Bell telephones

London General Telephone Company

Photometer, after Wheatstone

Londen Elliott Brothers, circa 1860

Photometer

Parijs J.G. Hofmann, circa 1870

heliostat

1750 - 1774

Heliostat, after Klinkerfues

Göttingen Meyerstein, 1865