Telescope, 3 ¾-inch transit telescope, brass / glass / wood, made by Edward Troughton, London, England, 1800-1821, used by Parramatta Observatory, Parramatta, New South Wales, Australia A 3 ¾-inch transit telescope consisting of a brass tube with an eyepiece in one end. A brass wheel to one side of the eyepiece features two graduated vernier scales. The telescope sits in a horizontal brass support or trunnion that allows the telescope to swivel up and down when held in a wooden frame.
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(Accession num: H9891)
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