The triplet was a German liquid measure in the Principality of Schaumburg-Lippe .
As a beer measure, the triplet was equal to the Oxhoft . In Schaumburg-Lippe / Lippe-Bückeburg he was general
- 1 triplet = 6 anchors = 168 dimensions = 672 place = 205.0796 liters
- 1 triplet of brandy = 108 measures = 6646.216 Parisian cubic inches = 131.8369 liters
- 1 triplet of beer = 168 measure = 205.08 liters
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- Anton Wach: Non-profit building advisor for all work and material calculations in the building sector. Verlag Friedrich Tempsky, Prague 1863, p. 370