Scientific instruments

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  • An Italian telescope by Angelo Deregni

    An Italian telescope by Angelo Deregni

    An Italian telescope by Angelo Deregni
    Venice, late 18th century
    A three-draw, vellum-covered card-bodied telescope with horn fittings
    the orange-stained body-tube with tooled decorations
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    An Italian telescope by Angelo Deregni

  • A fishskin-covered telescope, 18th

    A fishskin-covered telescope, 18th

    An Italian telescope
    Venice, late 18th century
    A three-draw, fishskin-covered telescope
    with horn fittings
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    A fishskin-covered telescope, 18th

  • Terrestrial globe, Delamarche 1808

    Terrestrial globe, Delamarche 1808

    Charles-Francois Delamarche (1740 - 1817)
    A Terrestrial Globe, 1808
    mounted on a turned ebonised stand
    signed and dated
    “Globe terrestre dressé d’après les découvertes les plus nouvelles
    par C.F. Delamarche successeur de Robert de Vaugondy Geogr, 1808
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    Terrestrial globe, Delamarche 1808

  • A Terrestrial Globe, 1889

    A Terrestrial Globe, 1889

    Gussoni & Dotti, Milan
    A Terrestrial Globe, 1889
    mounted on a turned ebonised stand
    signed and dated:
    “Globo terracque di cent 23,5 compilato dall’Ing. E.Pini
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    A Terrestrial Globe, 1889

  • A XVIIIth century opera telescope

    A XVIIIth century opera telescope

    A late XVIIIth century opera telescope
    the body in shagreen brass mounted
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    A XVIIIth century opera telescope

  • Opera telescope

    Opera telescope

    A late eighteenth century opera telescope. The body in decorated and ivory mounted paper and vellum.
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    Opera telescope

  • Polyhedral Sundial

    Polyhedral Sundial

    David Beringer (1756-1821)
    Nuremberg, 1790 circa
    Polyhedral Sundial, the oak cube with five engraved paper-covered faces
    Marked D. Beringer on Southern face
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    Polyhedral Sundial

  • A French armillary sphere, 1820 circa

    A French armillary sphere, 1820 circa

    An early 19th Century French armillary sphere
    probably by Delamarche
    mounted on a turned ebonised stand
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    A French armillary sphere, 1820 circa

  • A N. Lane's pocket globe, 1776

    A N. Lane's pocket globe, 1776

    A 2.75 inch pocket globe
    published by Nicholas Lane, 1776
    twelve hand coloured engraved gores
    cartouche reading “A New Globe of the Earth by N. Lane, 1776”
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    A N. Lane's pocket globe, 1776

  • Newton's 3" pocket globe, 1830

    Newton's 3" pocket globe, 1830

    Newton, Son & Berry (1830-1838, London)
    A Newton`s New and Improved Terrestrial pocket globe 3",
    labelled “Newton's New and Improved Terrestrial Globe,
    Published by Newton Son & Berry, 56 Chancery Lane, London”
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    Newton's 3" pocket globe, 1830

  • Lane's pocket globe - London 1807

    Lane's pocket globe - London 1807

    A 2 3/4-inch pocket globe published by Nicholas Lane, London, 1807
    comprising twelve hand-coloured engraved gores,
    maker’s cartouche inscribed “Lane's pocket globe - London 1807”
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    Lane's pocket globe - London 1807

  • Newton, Son & Berry pocket globe

    Newton, Son & Berry pocket globe

    Newton, Son & Berry (1830-1838, London)
    a Newton`s New and Improved Terrestrial pocket globe 3 1/2"
    labelled “Newton's New and Improved Terrestrial Globe
    Published by Newton Son & Berry, 56 Chancery Lane, London”
    Contained in a carrying wood case
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    Newton, Son & Berry pocket globe

  • Pocket globe, Nath. Hill 1754

    Pocket globe, Nath. Hill 1754

    A Nathaniel Hill 2 3/4-inch pocket globe
    English, published 1754
    Cartouche printed “A New Terrestrial Globe by Nath. Hill 1754”
    hand coloured gores, in fishskin case with mao of the heavens
    applied to the inner semi-spheres, 3in (7,5 cm) diameter
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    Pocket globe, Nath. Hill 1754

  • A Terrestrial Globe, C.F. Delamarche 1804

    A Terrestrial Globe, C.F. Delamarche 1804

    Charles-Francois Delamarche (1740 - 1817)
    A Terrestrial Globe, 1804
    mounted on a turned ebonised stand
    signed and dated “Dressé par M Robert de Vaugondy, corrigé, augmenté
    et enrichi des trois voyages du Capitaine Cook
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    A Terrestrial Globe, C.F. Delamarche 1804

  • Paire of Delamarche's globe, 1858

    Paire of Delamarche's globe, 1858

    A mid 19th Century French
    Paire of terrestrial and celestial globe
    “Maison Delamarche, 1858”
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    Paire of Delamarche's globe, 1858