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LL/34609
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
LVIII. Description of the Camera Lucida. By William H. Wollaston, Sec. R.S. 
1807 
Magazine page 
Google Books 

  
LL/34608
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Camera Lucida 
1835, 22 August 
Magazine page 
Google Books 

  
LL/33060
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Optics of Wollaston camera lucida 
1852 
Engraving 
Creative Commons - Wikipedia 

  
LL/45241
ThumbnailChevalier 
Chambre Claire 
1830 (ca) 
Engraving 
Private collection of Jan Weijers (Servatius) 

  
LL/33061
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
A camera lucida in use 
1807 
Engraving 
George Eastman House 

  
LL/38894
ThumbnailUnknown maker 
British camera lucida 
1840s (manufactured) 
Instrument 
Archive Farms 

  
LL/44221
ThumbnailDollond (London, manufacturer) 
Camera lucida 
1900 (before) 
Colour image 
Classic Photographics 

  
LL/39614
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Camera Lucida, by William Simms, London 
1837 
Colour image 
Museum of the History of Science 
Inventory No: 15780 
  

  
LL/39615
ThumbnailUnidentified photographer/creator 
Camera Lucida, by Elliott Brothers, London 
n.d. 
Colour image 
Museum of the History of Science 
Inventory No: 12923, Elliott Collection, Presented by the Marconi Corporation in 2003 
  
10 
  
LL/38893
ThumbnailCaptain Basil Hall, R.N. 
Book cover for Captain Basil Hall "Forty Etchings From Sketches Made With The Camera Lucida, in North America, in 1827 and 1828" (Edinburgh: Cadell & Co., London: Simpkin & Marshall, and Moon, Boys, & Graves, 1829) 
1829 
Book cover 
13 x 10 ins 
Archive Farms 
11 
  
LL/42983
ThumbnailHenry Fox Talbot 
Sketch of Lake Como 
1833, 5 October 
Drawing, made with a camera lucida 
National Media Museum 
Courtesy of the Science and Society Picture Library. 
  
12 
  
LL/42984
ThumbnailHenry Fox Talbot 
View towards Lecco 
1833, 6 October 
Drawing, made with a camera lucida 
National Media Museum 
Courtesy of the Science and Society Picture Library, Picture Reference: 10459450 
  
13 
  
LL/50498
ThumbnailJohn Herschel 
Bonneville near Geneva on the Road to Chamonix 
1821, 13 August 
Graphite drawing made with the aid of a camera lucida 
19.4 x 29 cm (7 5/8 x 11 7/16 in) 
J. Paul Getty Museum 
Object number: 91.GG.98.59, Gift of the Graham and Susan Nash Collection 
  
14 
  
LL/45373
ThumbnailJohn Herschel 
Cascade D' Enfer. Val de Lys. Bagneres de Luchon 
1850 
Camera Lucida drawing 
Museum of Photographic Arts 
Gift of Susan and Graham Nash, Accession Number: 2002.040.042 
  
15 
  
LL/45374
ThumbnailJohn Herschel 
Les Eaux Chaudes, September 12, 1850 
1850, 12 September 
Camera Lucida drawing 
Museum of Photographic Arts 
Gift of Susan and Graham Nash, Accession Number: 2002.040.041 
  
16 
  
LL/45375
ThumbnailJohn Herschel 
The Old Schloss Baden Baden, July 2, 1829 
1829, 2 July 
Camera Lucida drawing 
Museum of Photographic Arts 
Gift of Susan and Graham Nash, Accession Number: 2002.040.040 
  
17 
  
LL/45376
ThumbnailJohn Herschel 
View from the Hotel Window, Leamington, Warwick, March, 1829 
1829, March 
Camera Lucida drawing 
Museum of Photographic Arts 
Gift of Susan and Graham Nash, Accession Number: 2002.040.039 
  
18 
  
LL/45377
ThumbnailJohn Herschel 
Earth Columns at Stalde in the Visp Thal, Switzerland, between 1822 and 1827 
1822-1827 
Camera Lucida drawing 
Museum of Photographic Arts 
Gift of Susan and Graham Nash, Accession Number: 2002.040.031 
  

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