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Musical instruments and scientific

Violins, Microscopes, pianos, scales, barometers, binoculars: in this section you can find all of the musical instruments and scientific available in our catalog.

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Transverse flute
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OGANOG0133566

Transverse flute

XIX Century - 1800

OGANOG0133566

Transverse flute

XIX Century - 1800

Transverse flute in ebony wood with six keys.

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88.00€

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Galvanometer Brass Glass England '800
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OGANOG0105971

Galvanometer Brass Glass England '800

Compass of Tangents

OGANOG0105971

Galvanometer Brass Glass England '800

Compass of Tangents

It is the simplest example of a galvanometer, that is a device that measures the intensity of the current by means of the magnetic field created by it. The body of the luminaire, supported by three leveling screws, consists of a thick brass ring, whose external diameter is 200 mm, on which a circular scale is engraved. Inside the ring can rotate a disk, also made of brass and of the same thickness, which supports, in the points where it is crossed, a vertical circular frame, of the same metal. The rotation of the disc inside the ring is facilitated by two small handles vertically fixed to it; its position is read on the external scale, in correspondence with two diametrically opposite incisions, marked between two pairs of clamps, placed on the sides of the vertical frame. On the periphery of the frame, two systems of turns are wound in a groove; each of the two spools thus obtained is connected to two clamps. Since the two circuits have very different resistances, by joining them in series or in parallel the compass can be used to measure currents of very different intensity. From the disc, in the area immediately inside the coils, protrudes a ring that holds an annular aluminum limbus inside, which carries a scale with divisions that mark the degrees; the ring is closed by a lid with a glass plate through which the inside of the compass can be observed.

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300.00€

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Alidada for Praetorian Tablet
OGANOG0123861

Alidada for Praetorian Tablet

XVIII Century - 1700

OGANOG0123861

Alidada for Praetorian Tablet

XVIII Century - 1700

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

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300.00€

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Simple Theodolite in Brass
OGANOG0123850

Simple Theodolite in Brass

XVIII Century - 1700

OGANOG0123850

Simple Theodolite in Brass

XVIII Century - 1700

Brass theodolite, with central compass and mobile alidade; the dial is divided into 45 ° sections and engraved with the names of the main winds. One of the two diopters is broken at the hinge. The base is absent. Various repairs.

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188.00€

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Alidade in Brass
OGANOG0123860

Alidade in Brass

XIX Century - 1800

OGANOG0123860

Alidade in Brass

XIX Century - 1800

Alidade in brass, composed of a flat rod, called ruler, at the ends of which two pinnules hinge. The specimen is also equipped with a metric scale.

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113.00€

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Eyeglass in Ivory
OGANOG0123858

Eyeglass in Ivory

XIX Century - 1800

OGANOG0123858

Eyeglass in Ivory

XIX Century - 1800

Eyeglass in ivory.

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45.00€

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Sundial Cannon Marble Brass Early 18th Century
OGANOG0106002

Sundial Cannon Marble Brass Early 18th Century

XVIII Century - 1700

OGANOG0106002

Sundial Cannon Marble Brass Early 18th Century

XVIII Century - 1700

Sundial cannon resting on a circular marble slab on which the hours are engraved, including a central gnomon. There is a brass cannon and a magnifying glass supported by two tilting arms. The cannon used to be filled with gunpowder, which was ignited at noon, with sunlight passing through the magnifying glass; for this reason it is also called the "midday cannon ".

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713.00€

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Sundial with Compass
OGANOG0106025

Sundial with Compass

XIX Century - 1800

OGANOG0106025

Sundial with Compass

XIX Century - 1800

Circular-shaped sundial with gnomon in silver metal, it is decorated along the perimeter with metal roses with a small central turquoise; supported by a wooden support decorated with silver plate and embossed with leaf motifs. In the base there is a sundial, under which there is an engraved coat of arms. Object made as a decorative object.

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300.00€

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Sextant in Brass
OGANOG0105966

Sextant in Brass

"P. & G. Mattei Cardiff "

OGANOG0105966

Sextant in Brass

"P. & G. Mattei Cardiff "

Sextant with brass frame, vernier with adjustment screw and microscope for reading, three colored filters for the fixed mirror, four for the mobile one. Branded “P. & G. Mattei Cardiff ".

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400.00€

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Earth globe
OGANOG0106010

Earth globe

"Philip Son Nephew 52 South Castle Street Liverpool"

OGANOG0106010

Earth globe

"Philip Son Nephew 52 South Castle Street Liverpool"

Earth globe with partially illegible label “Philip Son Nephew, 52. South Castle Street Liverpool”; supported by a turned support resting on a mahogany base.

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210.00€

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Sextant in Brass
OGANOG0105965

Sextant in Brass

XIX Century - 1800

OGANOG0105965

Sextant in Brass

XIX Century - 1800

Brass sextant, vernier with adjustment screw and microscope for reading, three colored filters for the fixed mirror, four for the mobile one. Equipped with several telescopes and presented in the original mahogany case.

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363.00€

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Theodolite
OGANOG0105972

Theodolite

"Troughton London"

OGANOG0105972

Theodolite

"Troughton London"

Brass theodolite, consisting of compass, telescopic sight and level, branded “Troughton London”. Edward Troughton was among the best manufacturers of scientific, navigation, surveying and astronomical instruments. Following the death of his older brother and partner, he hired William Simms in 1826 and the company name changed to Troughton & Simms.

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275.00€

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Pocket Compass with Sundial
OGANOG0106031

Pocket Compass with Sundial

Poket Compass Sundial “Wm. Simms "

OGANOG0106031

Pocket Compass with Sundial

Poket Compass Sundial “Wm. Simms "

Compass with sundial in brass, with mahogany pocket case; present signature "Wm Simms" on the paper dial. William Simms, from 1826 became a partner of Edward Troughton, founding the Troughton Simms company.

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163.00€

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Equatorial Sundial with Compass
OGANOG0105995

Equatorial Sundial with Compass

"Johan Schrottegger in Augsburg"

OGANOG0105995

Equatorial Sundial with Compass

"Johan Schrottegger in Augsburg"

Equatorial sundial with octagonal compass, in gilded brass. Signed on the back "Johan Schrottegger in Augsburg", referable to Johann Nepomuk Schrettegger (1764-1843).

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105.00€

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Brass microscope
OGANOG0105978

Brass microscope

"F. W. Morgan Optician Manchester "

OGANOG0105978

Brass microscope

"F. W. Morgan Optician Manchester "

Brass microscope, marked on the base “F. W. Morgan Optician Manchester ”.

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188.00€

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Octant
OGANOG0105964

Octant

"Stedman London"

OGANOG0105964

Octant

"Stedman London"

Octant with ebony frame and ivory measuring scale, The mirror support and arm are in gilded brass, the latter engraved with phytomorphic motifs. Signed on the arm "Stedman London", name of the producer [Christopher], while in an ivory reserve is engraved "Salvatore Cacace 1780", probably the name of the owner.

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338.00€

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Monocular
OGANOG0106022

Monocular

XIX Century - 1800, XVIII Century - 1700

OGANOG0106022

Monocular

XIX Century - 1800, XVIII Century - 1700

Monocular in gilded brass, with extendable body; the terminal part is glazed and adorned with gilded phytomorphic spirals.

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130.00€

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Theodolite Brass Paris France Second Half 18th Century
OGANOG0105997

Theodolite Brass Paris France Second Half 18th Century

"Baradelle a Paris"

OGANOG0105997

Theodolite Brass Paris France Second Half 18th Century

"Baradelle a Paris"

Theodolite in gilded brass, with fixed and movable alidade central compass; signed on the underside "Baradelle a Paris". Baradelle was a French family of makers of scientific instruments; their production includes that of the father Jean-Louis-Jacques (active from 1752 to 1794) and his son Nicholas Eloi (active from 1774 to 1814), both signing indiscriminately with the sole surname. There is the painted and gilded wooden base with phytomorphic motifs as well. A similar theodolite belongs to the English collections of the Science Museum Group.

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413.00€

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Equatorial Sundial with Compass
OGANOG0106029

Equatorial Sundial with Compass

"Johan Schrottegger in Augsburg"

OGANOG0106029

Equatorial Sundial with Compass

"Johan Schrottegger in Augsburg"

Equatorial sundial with octagonal compass, in gilt bronze. Signed on the back "Johan Schrottegger in Augsburg", referable to Johann Nepomuk Schrettegger (1764-1843).

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105.00€

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Proportion Compass
OGANOG0117249

Proportion Compass

"Le Maire à la Pierre d'Aiman in Paris"

OGANOG0117249

Proportion Compass

"Le Maire à la Pierre d'Aiman in Paris"

Proportion compass in gilded brass, the hinge is decorated with an engraved rosette. Signed "Le Maire à la Pierre d'Aiman a Paris", it also bears the words "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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88.00€

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