Calculating machine invented by Charles Stanhope in 1777

Made:
1777 in London
maker:
James Bullock

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Calculating machine invented by Charles Stanhope in 1777, made by James Bullock, in mahogany case.

Details

Category:
Mathematics
Object Number:
1872-137
Materials:
brass, complete, iron, ivory and wood
Measurements:
overall (estimate): 70 x 230 x 80 mm
type:
calculating machine (leibniz type)
credit:
Lt. Col. H. P. Babbage