Organ Pipe

Rudolph Koenig, Paris, France, German, 1832 - 1901

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about 1870

Wooden organ pipe with 6 small pieces of wood screwed to body, can be turned to open or close 6 small holes along box. Scale on side, on right, top to bottom: "N/7, N/5, N/7, N/3, N/5, N/7." On left, top to bottom: "V/7, V/5, V/3, V/7, V/5, V/7." Square plunger at top can be moved. Stamped on side "RUDOLPH KOENIG A PARIS."

Overall: 31 in. (78.74 cm)

Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College: Allen King Collection of Scientific Instruments, Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College

2002.1.34052

Geography/Culture

Europe, France

Period

19th century

Object Name

Scientific Instrument: Acoustics

Classification

Scientific Instrument

Scientific Instrument - Acoustics

Not on view

Provenance

Source unknown; catalogued into the Allen King Collection of Scientific Instruments, 2002.

Old Number

Og013

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