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Telescope Diopter Brass Italy XX Century
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OGANOG0176743
Telescope Diopter Brass Italy XX Century

Italy, Early XX Century

OGANOG0176743
Telescope Diopter Brass Italy XX Century

Italy, Early XX Century

Early 20th century brass telescope diopter. Alidade composed of a flat rod, called rule, at the ends of which two pinnulae rise hinged; equipped with metric scale, compass, spirit level and distance metric collimator telescope.

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600.00€

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Alidade For Praetorian Tablet Brass Leather Suede France 18th Century
OGANOG0123861
Alidade For Praetorian Tablet Brass Leather Suede France 18th Century

XVIII Century - from 1701 to 1800

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Alidade For Praetorian Tablet Brass Leather Suede France 18th Century

XVIII Century - from 1701 to 1800

Brass alidade for a praetorian tablet, consisting of a flat rod, called a ruler, at the ends of which two pinnules with a pin for locking are hinged. Contained in an original leather and suede case on the inside.

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1,000.00€

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Sextant Brass Europe XX Century
OGANOG0124092
Sextant Brass Europe XX Century

OGANOG0124092
Sextant Brass Europe XX Century

Sextant with brass frame, vernier with adjustment screw, three colored filters for the fixed mirror and three for the mobile one, aiming telescope.

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540.00€

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Brass Alidade France 19th Century
OGANOG0123860
Brass Alidade France 19th Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

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Brass Alidade France 19th Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

Brass alidade consisting of a flat rod, called a ruler, at the ends of which two pinnules hinge. The exemplar is also equipped with a metric scale.

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360.00€

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Tabletop Reflector Telescope B. Martin Brass Glass London England 1800
OGANOG0113946
Tabletop Reflector Telescope B. Martin Brass Glass London England 1800

XVIII Century - from 1701 to 1800

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Tabletop Reflector Telescope B. Martin Brass Glass London England 1800

XVIII Century - from 1701 to 1800

Tabletop reflector telescope (Gregorian) in brass, resting on a brass tripod and signed "B. Martin London” on the front end cover. The tripod base features foldable cabriole legs, and the well-turned support pillar has an opening in its base to allow the insertion of a tool to which the column can be attached. Benjamin Martin was certainly one of the best optical instrument manufacturers of the 18th century and he is known for having worked in Fleet Street (London) from 1756 to 1777.

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2,400.00€

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Scandalli Accordeon Italy XX Century
OGMOOG0125984
Scandalli Accordeon Italy XX Century

Italy, first half of the twentieth century

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Scandalli Accordeon Italy XX Century

Italy, first half of the twentieth century

Scandalli 96 Bass Accordion. Contemporary case.

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580.00€

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Semi-Circular Protractor Brass Paris 19th Century
OGANOG0117252
Semi-Circular Protractor Brass Paris 19th Century

“Richer à Paris” 1806

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Semi-Circular Protractor Brass Paris 19th Century

“Richer à Paris” 1806

Gilded brass semi-circular protractor signed and dated "Richer à Paris/1806" that refears to Jean-Francois Richer.

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630.00€

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Slide Rule Brass Turin Italy 19th Century
OGANOG0117255
Slide Rule Brass Turin Italy 19th Century

"Jest a Turin" 1819

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Slide Rule Brass Turin Italy 19th Century

"Jest a Turin" 1819

Gilded brass slide rule signed and dated "Jest a Turin/1819".

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250.00€

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Brass Leveling Square 18th Century
OGANOG0117250
Brass Leveling Square 18th Century

"Franciscu"

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Brass Leveling Square 18th Century

"Franciscu"

Gilded brass leveling square signed "Franciscu".

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440.00€

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Level Square Set Brass Paris France Mid 18th Century
OGANOG0117258
Level Square Set Brass Paris France Mid 18th Century

"Canivet a Paris"

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Level Square Set Brass Paris France Mid 18th Century

"Canivet a Paris"

Level and square set with golden brass wire, signed “Canivet a Paris”. On the instrument there are also the inscriptions “6 p de France / Nelle Mesure”.

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1,100.00€

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Level Set Square Plumb Line Brass Paris France Late 16th Century
OGANOG0117259
Level Set Square Plumb Line Brass Paris France Late 16th Century

"Butterfield a Paris"

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Level Set Square Plumb Line Brass Paris France Late 16th Century

"Butterfield a Paris"

Leveller set square with plumb line, in gilded brass, signed “Butterfield a Paris”; there also is the inscription "pouces de Roy". Michael Butterfield (1635-1724) was an English watchmaker who moved to Paris around 1663, where he worked at the royal court and was appointed engineer by Louis XIV. He opened a shop of precision instruments, and specialized, in particular, in the production of sundials. Among his main customers is the Tsar Peter the Great, who also visited the workshop in 1717.

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1,100.00€

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Slide Rule Brass France 19th Century
OGANOG0117257
Slide Rule Brass France 19th Century

"Capel"

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Slide Rule Brass France 19th Century

"Capel"

Gilded brass slide rule signed "Capel".

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220.00€

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Proportional Compass Brass Paris 18th Century
OGANOG0117249
Proportional Compass Brass Paris 18th Century

“Le Maire à la Pierre d'Aiman a Paris”

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Proportional Compass Brass Paris 18th Century

“Le Maire à la Pierre d'Aiman a Paris”

Gilded brass proportional compass with hinge decorated with an engraved rosette. Signed "Le Maire à la Pierre d'Aiman a Paris", it also bears the inscription "demi Pied de Roy". Pierre Le Maire (1717-1785) took over his father Jacques' workshop in the late 1730s. He and his workers initially signed instruments with 'le Fils', so this example was probably made after 1750.

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320.00€

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Stanley London Geodesy Graphometer With Compass London 20th Century
OGANOG0105032
Stanley London Geodesy Graphometer With Compass London 20th Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

OGANOG0105032
Stanley London Geodesy Graphometer With Compass London 20th Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

Brass geodesy graphometer, signed "Stanley London", with compass whose bottom is engraved with a compass rose indicating the 4 cardinal points and a broken bubble level. It has an inverted double diopter, as a goal for the fixed reference point, in the lower part. Another movable diopter with reading nonius in the fixed goniometer, the latter having a scale from 0 to 180° and from 180° to 0, indicated from 10° to 10°, semi-circular shape. Contained in a walnut box.

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530.00€

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In-Scale Earth Globe Paper Mache England 1920 Ca
OGANOG0144119
In-Scale Earth Globe Paper Mache England 1920 Ca

England 1920 ca

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In-Scale Earth Globe Paper Mache England 1920 Ca

England 1920 ca

Earth globe made up of two series of 18 lithographed panels applied to a papier-mâché sphere. The map of the oceans is well detailed with the main routes of the steamers with the distance in nautical miles, the largest ports are also indicated; there is a damaged area. Brass graduated meridian ring. Present title block "TRADERS & TRAVELERS 'NEW TERRESTRIAL GLOBE Showing the MARCONI HIGH POWER WIRELESS STATIONS from details supplied exclusively to the producers by THE WIRELESS PRESS LTD, NEW POLITICAL DIVISIONS, OCAN ROUTES, & c Produced by Blades East & Blades". The globe is supported by a mahogany structure, made up of three uprights that are inserted into the dial and that flow into a turned element, resting on three moving feet equipped with wheels.

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Telescope Diopter Brass Europe XIX-XX Century
OGANOG0135651
Telescope Diopter Brass Europe XIX-XX Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

OGANOG0135651
Telescope Diopter Brass Europe XIX-XX Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

Telescope diopter made of brass, composed of a movable graduated ruler, small compass with wind rose on the base, distance collimator telescope, vertical graduated circle and spirit level placed on the top of the telescope.

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770.00€

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Transverse Flute Wood Europe XIX Century
OGANOG0133566
Transverse Flute Wood Europe XIX Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

OGANOG0133566
Transverse Flute Wood Europe XIX Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900

Transverse flute in ebony wood with six keys.

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240.00€

300.00€

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Fuller's Cylindrical Slide Rule London England Early 20th Century
OGANOG0106011
Fuller's Cylindrical Slide Rule London England Early 20th Century

Fuller's Spiral Slide Rule

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Fuller's Cylindrical Slide Rule London England Early 20th Century

Fuller's Spiral Slide Rule

Fuller's cylindrical slide rule. It consists of an outer wooden cylinder that slides up and down and rotates, covered with paper marked with a graduated spiral logarithmic scale; inside is a longer wooden cylinder, also covered with paper marked with decimal tables. A brass index is screwed to the top of the neck, a second, longer brass index is screwed to the mahogany base and marked with a scale. The outer sliding cylinder is marked near the top: “FULLERS SPIRAL SLIDE RULE”; at the bottom it's marked: “ENTD. STATS. HALL / STANLEY, Maker, LONDON". The upper part of the long brass index is engraved: 1791 (/) 1903, for which it can be assumed (as for another similar specimen, preserved at the National Museum of American History) that the first is the serial number, while the second the year of completion. George Fuller, professor of civil engineering at Queen's University in Belfast, Ireland, patented this instrument in 1878; the Stanley firm produced about 14,000 Fuller spiral slide rules in nearly a hundred years.

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1,360.00€

1,700.00€

-20%
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Monocular Brass 18th-19th Century
OGANOG0106022
Monocular Brass 18th-19th Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900, XVIII Century - from 1701 to 1800

OGANOG0106022
Monocular Brass 18th-19th Century

XIX Century - from 1801 to 1900, XVIII Century - from 1701 to 1800

Gilded brass monocular with extensible bosy; the end is enamelled and decorated with gilded phitomorphic gyrals.

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336.00€

420.00€

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Pocket Compass With Sundial Mahognay Brass England 19th Century
OGANOG0106031
Pocket Compass With Sundial Mahognay Brass England 19th Century

Poket Compass Sundial “Wm. Simms”

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Pocket Compass With Sundial Mahognay Brass England 19th Century

Poket Compass Sundial “Wm. Simms”

Brass compass with sundial and mahogany pocket case; it is signed "Wm Simms" on the paper quadrant. William Simms in 1826 became partner of Edwaed Troughton founding the Troughton Simmis company.

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400.00€

500.00€

-20%
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