A DRAWING SET WITH PAINTING UTENSILS, France, mid 19th c. Shaped walnut casket comprising various steel and brass instruments. With 2 compartments containing water-colours, brushes and drawing instruments, 32x16x5.5 cm. <br> <br> <B>REISSZEUG MIT MALKASTEN,</b></i> Frankreich, Mitte 19. Jh.<br>Mehrfach passig geschweifte Nussbaumschatulle öffnend auf mit schwarzem Samt ausgeschlagenes Fach für Reisszeug bestehend aus diversen Zirkeln mit Aufsätzen sowie Reissfedern aus Stahl und Messing…

A DRAWING SET WITH PAINTING UTENSILS, France, mid 19th c. Shaped walnut casket comprising various steel and brass instruments. With 2 compartments containing water-colours, brushes and drawing instruments, 32x16x5.5 cm. <br> <br> <B>REISSZEUG MIT MALKASTEN,</b></i> Frankreich, Mitte 19. Jh.<br>Mehrfach passig geschweifte Nussbaumschatulle öffnend auf mit schwarzem Samt ausgeschlagenes Fach für Reisszeug bestehend aus diversen Zirkeln mit Aufsätzen sowie Reissfedern aus Stahl und Messing…

German 18th century etui of instruments in brass and steel in a leather bound case with ornate gilded decoration. On the lid is the legend ETUIS DE MATHEMATIQUE MANUFACTURE POUR DESSINS ARCHITECTURE ET BUREAU (Case of mathematical [instruments] manufactured for architectural and office drawings)

German 18th century etui of instruments in brass and steel in a leather bound case with ornate gilded decoration. On the lid is the legend ETUIS DE MATHEMATIQUE MANUFACTURE POUR DESSINS ARCHITECTURE ET BUREAU (Case of mathematical [instruments] manufactured for architectural and office drawings)

The case comes with some interesting provenance, an old auction catalogue clipping which states; ‘The Property Of T. B. Whitehead Esq, These drawing instruments were the property of Robert Whitehead ( 1823-1905) who used them in his design of the famous whitehead torpedo used throughout 1st world war.

The case comes with some interesting provenance, an old auction catalogue clipping which states; ‘The Property Of T. B. Whitehead Esq, These drawing instruments were the property of Robert Whitehead ( 1823-1905) who used them in his design of the famous whitehead torpedo used throughout 1st world war.

English Brass Drawing Instrument Set (c1850) - Upper Tray Overview

English Brass set

English Brass Drawing Instrument Set (c1850) - Upper Tray Overview

A SET OF DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, Paris, 19th c. Brass and steel. Black leather case containing various compasses, rulers and sectors, 27.5x15x3.5 cm. <br> <br> <B>REISSZEUG,</b></i> Paris, 19. Jh.<br>Messing und Stahl. Enthält 5 verschiedene Stechzirkel mit diversen Aufsätzen und Verlängerungen sowie 1 Reduktionszirkel, 4 verschieden grosse Reissfedern und 1 Schublehre. Im Deckel 1 Halbkreislineal, 1 Lineal sowie 1 Dreieck aus Ebenholz. In mit schwarzem Leder bezogenem und mit grünem Samt…

A SET OF DRAWING INSTRUMENTS, Paris, 19th c. Brass and steel. Black leather case containing various compasses, rulers and sectors, 27.5x15x3.5 cm. <br> <br> <B>REISSZEUG,</b></i> Paris, 19. Jh.<br>Messing und Stahl. Enthält 5 verschiedene Stechzirkel mit diversen Aufsätzen und Verlängerungen sowie 1 Reduktionszirkel, 4 verschieden grosse Reissfedern und 1 Schublehre. Im Deckel 1 Halbkreislineal, 1 Lineal sowie 1 Dreieck aus Ebenholz. In mit schwarzem Leder bezogenem und mit grünem Samt…

A 19th Century Eo Richter Architect Drawing Instruments – Drafting Tools Antique Engineering photo

A 19th Century Eo Richter Architect Drawing Instruments – Drafting Tools Antique Engineering photo

TESSERACT -- Antique Scientific Instruments -- Surveying and Drafting

TESSERACT -- Antique Scientific Instruments -- Surveying and Drafting

The dial of a sundial is equivalent to a 24 hour clock face. Sundials track the motion of the sun, so noon and midnight appear directly opposite each other on the face. The equatorial dial on this polyhedral sundial is marked with all 24 hours (1..12, 1..12). It was made by Hans Koch in Munich in 1578. The original is in Munich.

The dial of a sundial is equivalent to a 24 hour clock face. Sundials track the motion of the sun, so noon and midnight appear directly opposite each other on the face. The equatorial dial on this polyhedral sundial is marked with all 24 hours (1..12, 1..12). It was made by Hans Koch in Munich in 1578. The original is in Munich.

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