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Barkers Mill-Victorian Teaching Model of Early Hydraulic Turbine

Vintage Precision Micro-Projector by Flatters & Garnett | From a unique collection of antique and modern scientific instruments at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/scientific-instruments/

Vintage Precision Micro-Projector by Flatters & Garnett

Vintage Precision Micro-Projector by Flatters & Garnett | From a unique collection of antique and modern scientific instruments at http://www.1stdibs.com/furniture/more-furniture-collectibles/scientific-instruments/

An air pump and condenser from 1761, made from mahogany, brass, glass, leather and iron

Air pump and condenser, made for George III by George Adams. Mahogany, brass, glass, leather and iron.

Gurley Solar Transit. This form of surveying instrument, is a transit equipped with a factory Solar Attachment or auxiliary mining scope.

This form of surveying instrument, is a transit equipped with a factory Solar Attachment or auxiliary mining scope.

A late Victorian lacquered-brass transit theodolite. Stanley, London.    A theodolite (/θiːˈɒdəlaɪt/) is a precision instrument for measuring angles in the horizontal and vertical planes. Theodolites are used mainly for surveying applications, and have been adapted for specialized purposes in fields like metrology. Transit theodolites (or just ‘Transits’) are those in which the telescope can rotate in a complete circle in the vertical plane

A late Victorian lacquered-brass transit theodolite. “ A theodolite (/θiːˈɒdəlaɪt/) is a precision instrument for measuring angles in the horizontal and vertical planes. Theodolites are used mainly for surveying applications, and.

This apparatus is listed in the 1885 catalogue of Jules Duboscq of Paris as the “Grand Circle of MM. Jamin et Sénnarmont.” It was designed for the study of the laws of polarized light reflected from crystalline substances, liquids and metals. It could also be used to measure indices of refraction. With its accessories, it cost 1,000 francs (about $200). The circle is an early example of an ellipsometer, used to study the reflection of light at or near Brewster's angle.

This apparatus is listed in the 1885 catalogue of Jules Duboscq of Paris as the…

20th Century Photograph - Antique Gyroscope by Clive Streeter / Dorling Kindersley / Science Museum, London

Century Photograph - Antique Gyroscope by Clive Streeter / Dorling Kindersley / Science Museum, London

A BRASS GRAPHOMETER, early 18th sign. SAUTOUT CHOISY PARIS. The protractor engraved with 2 grade scales 0-180. Central compass box with wind rose, orientation and graduated around the edge. Base and alidades with upright sights, ball for ball-and-socket mounting. On wooden plinth. H ca. 17 cm. <br> <br> <B>GRAPHOMETER,</b></i> Paris, Anfang 18. Jh. Sign. SAUTOUT CHOISY PARIS.<br>Messing. Durchbrochener Halbkreis graviert mit 2 gegenläufigen Winkelskalen von 0-180 Grad. Mittig montierter…

Buy online, view images and see past prices for A BRASS GRAPHOMETER, early sign.

Antique Patina Brass Sundial/Magnetic Compass w/ Hardwood Case

Antique Patina Brass Sundial/Magnetic Compass w/ Hardwood Case-The top of the sundial is hinged and a curved scale is used to set your local latitude angle. The magnetic compass allows the sundial to be oriented North. The compass features a needle l

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18th C. Electrical Machine

View this item and discover similar scientific instruments for sale at - c. Electrostatic Electricity Generator The device could have been made by Joseph Priestley of London, Country of origin: England or Sweden

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