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19th cent. scientific instruments in the Arts et Metier Paris

19th cent. scientific instruments in the Arts et Metier Paris

James Cook’s sextant, c. 1770. Courtesy British National Maritime Museum

James Cook’s sextant, c. 1770. Courtesy British National Maritime Museum

19th cent. scientific instruments Arts  et  Metiers Museum,Paris

19th cent. scientific instruments Arts et Metiers Museum,Paris

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Armillary Sphere Signed by Antonio Santucci Constructed 1588 to 1593; Florence Wood and metal; 2420 mm in diameter.  Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Firenze.

Armillary Sphere Signed by Antonio Santucci Constructed 1588 to 1593; Florence Wood and metal; 2420 mm in diameter. Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, Firenze.

STEWARD MICROSCOPE (1870 England).

STEWARD MICROSCOPE (1870 England).

This scientific book from 1678 has an amazing cover. The front of the sheepskin bookbinding is not filled with blind-stamped decoration, as was often the case, but a printed sundial was pasted on it. Put the book in the sun, place a stylus on the cover, and it will tell you what time it is. What’s more, it was likely used in this fashion given that the ‘footprint’ of the stylus is still visible - note the small circle and the black stain near the letters IHS

This scientific book from 1678 has an amazing cover. The front of the sheepskin bookbinding is not filled with blind-stamped decoration, as was often the case, but a printed sundial was pasted on it. Put the book in the sun, place a stylus on the cover, and it will tell you what time it is. What’s more, it was likely used in this fashion given that the ‘footprint’ of the stylus is still visible - note the small circle and the black stain near the letters IHS

Simple theodolite, Italian, 1676. Made by Johannes Macarius in Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

Simple theodolite, Italian, 1676. Made by Johannes Macarius in Modena, Emilia-Romagna, Italy.

ICalcolatore analogico Complesso il cui uso, Galileo sosteneva, avrebbe Permesso ai navigatori di determinare la longitudine in mare

ICalcolatore analogico Complesso il cui uso, Galileo sosteneva, avrebbe Permesso ai navigatori di determinare la longitudine in mare

The armillary sphere. This example was made in the 1560s, but follows the classical Ptolemaic pattern. From Turner, Early Scientific Instruments (1987).

The armillary sphere. This example was made in the 1560s, but follows the classical Ptolemaic pattern. From Turner, Early Scientific Instruments (1987).

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