Product images of Pill box containing hyposulphite of lime
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Pill box containing hyposulphite of lime
Pill box containing 'Hyposulphate of Lime'. Hyposulphate of Lime was suggested in the 19th century by Alfred Swaine Taylor as a fixing agent in photography (John F.W. Herschel suggested using hyposulphite of soda in 1839).
- Image reference: F3261
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection