Hannes Malmberg

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Nicolaes Maes - The Account Keeper, 1656. I feel like this at work some days.

flemishgarden: “ Nicolaes Maes - The Account Keeper 1656 oil on canvas Saint Louis Art Museum, Missouri, United States ”

Merchant Banking in the Medieval and Early Modern Economy :http://www.medievalists.net/2009/07/16/merchant-banking-in-the-medieval-and-early-modern-economy/

Interior of a bank owned by the Medici family of Florence, Italian woodcut, century. The Granger Collection, New York

Bronze Pocket Sextant on OneKingsLane.com  Charming pocket sextant as used by Victorian explorers and surveyors. Intricate and semi-functional, it has all the pieces needed to shoot the sun. A sextant defined latitude. A clock longitude. Defining the angle of Sun and Stars with the horizon was an important way to navigate and survey. A beautiful intricate little instrument with an interesting and ancient history.

Pocket sextant used by Victorian explorers and surveyors. Semi-functional, it has all the pieces needed to shoot the sun. A sextant defined latitude. A clock longitude. Defining the angle of Sun and Stars with the horizon was a way to navigate and survey.

Metropolitan District Railway construction, 1866.Victorian Photos Of The London Underground Being Built

The construction of the Metropolitan District Railway, Roofing over a cutting to form twin tunnels. The method of construction can clearly be seen, with five rings of brick arching being laid over two steel frames

Berlin, Wassertorplatz in Kreuzberg, 1900 Construction works on the first subway-line of Berlin - the U1 - are  underway in this picture. Actually “subway” is a little misleading, as the line runs above earth for most of the time. It was opened in 1902 and is still in operation today with minor changes to its path.

Wassertorplatz in Kreuzberg. Construction works on the first subway line of Berlin. the are underway in this picture. Actually “subway” is a little misleading. as the line runs above earth for most of the time

Art Nouveau Architecture | books n buildings - Art Nouveau architecture from Riga, Latvia. UNESCO ...

Art Nouveau architecture from Riga, Latvia. UNESCO World Heritage. According to UNESCO, “it is generally recognized that Riga has the finest collection of art nouveau buildings in Europe.