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John J. Griffin and Sons

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December 1900.
June 1901.
July 1901.
October 1909. Boys Calorimeters.
August 1912.
February 1914. Pyrometers.

John Joseph Griffin and Co, makers of Physical and Chemical Apparatus,

of Baker Street, London

of Kemble Street, Kingsway, London, WC2

1848 First catalogue issued of scientific instruments[1]

1851 Exhibited at 1851 Great Exhibition: John J. Griffin and Co, of Baker Street, London

1910 Exhibited hygroscopic battery at the Physical Society's Exhibition[2]

See Also


Sources of Information

  1. Dating Scientific Instruments [1]
  2. The Times, Dec 12, 1910