Box of Tuning Forks

Psychology

Accession Number: 2011.psy.46

Instrument Name: Box of Tuning Forks

Description:

A wooden box with three compartments. There are five small tuning forks inside the compartments. The tunning forks are engraved with the letter “C” and the word “Philarmonica.” One of the forks has a piece of tape wrapped around the bottom with the number “2″ on it.

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Primary Materials: Wood, Metal

Markings:

There are handwritten words on the top of the box that are no longer legible. Only the initials “C” and “T” are still visible.

Dimensions (cm):

Box: Height = 3, Width = 6.5, Length = 13; Forks: Width = 1, Length = 10

Function:

Used in acoustical experiments and demonstrations.

Condition:

Good. The box is in good condition. There is residual glue left from a taped label. One of the forks inside is rusty. The other four are in good condition.

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Provenance:

Dept. of Psychology, University of Toronto

Donated to UTSIC: No

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