Wooden case, for Sir Samuel Morland’s trigonometrical computation calculating machine

Made:
1664 in London
maker:
Henry Sutton

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Wooden case for calculating machine invented by Sir Samuel Morland, adapted to trigonometrical computation. Made by Henry Sutton and Samuel Kribb, London, 1664.

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Category:
Mathematics
Object Number:
1872-136 Pt2
Materials:
complete and wood, brass
Measurements:
Closed: 55 mm x 332 mm x 278 mm, 1.52 kg
Open: 55 mm x 332 mm x 540 mm, 1.52 kg
type:
instrument case
credit:
Lt. Col. H.P.Babbage

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