In 1885, the scientist Ellis analyzed the work of seven tuners. These charts represent three of them. 
Comparing these Victorian-era tunings to the earlier Well temperaments, 
we can see that the differences between the "smoothest" and "harshest" major thirds have been reduced.

Broadwood's Best: This tuning was done by one of Broadwood's "best tuners". 
A shade less color contrast than the Broadwood Usual.

Broadwood's Usual: This was done by Ellis's personal piano tuner, a "usual tuner" from Broadwood. 
A shade more color contrast than the Broadwood Best. 

Moore (sometimes called "Representative Victorian"): This tuning was done on a harmonium 
by a tuner from Moore & Moore. Note that there is some key-coloring but 
no M3 is expanded beyond 16 cents.