Mathematical, Philosophical and Optical Instruments

Made:
1753-1770 in London
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Trade card. John Bennet. At the Globe in Crown Court, St Ann's, Soho, London. Mathematical, Philosophical and Optical
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Trade card. John Bennet. At the Globe in Crown Court, St Ann's, Soho, London. Mathematical, Philosophical and Optical Instruments made and repaired in the best manner. Instrument Maker To their Royal Highnesses The Duke of Gloucester and Duke of Cumberland. Also the new Nautical Almanack by authority of ye Commissioners of Longitude. n.d. [1753-1770] Print; engraving. [cartouche with theodolite, microscope, globe, telescopes, barometers/thermometers, plane table with alidade] 22.5 x 15.6 cm conserved backed and edged to 25.3 x 18.6 cm (Calv. 43) (C.C. 172)

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Category:
Art
Object Number:
1934-122/5
type:
trade card, engraving, print
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • advertising card
credit:
Donated by Mr Thomas H. Court (Court Collection)
status:
Permanent collection

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