Coradi planimeter and map, 1886.

Made:
1886 in Zurich
Coradi planimeter and map, 1886. (planimeter) Planimeter (rolling type) by G. Coradi, Zurich, in case, 1886 Planimeter (rolling type) by G. Coradi, Zurich, in case, 1886 Planimeter (rolling type) by G. Coradi, Zurich, in case, 1886

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Planimeter (rolling type) by G. Coradi, Zurich, in case, 1886
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Planimeter (rolling type) by G. Coradi, Zurich, in case, 1886
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Planimeter (rolling type) by G. Coradi, Zurich, in case, 1886
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Planimeter (rolling type) by G. Coradi, Zurich, in case, 1886. Planimeters were used by engineers and scientists to measure the area inside a closed curve.

Details

Category:
Mathematics
Object Number:
1912-201
type:
planimeter
credit:
J.C. Stevens Auction House

Parts

Case for rolling type planimeter by G. Coradi

Case for rolling type planimeter by G. Coradi

Case for rolling type planimeter by G. Coradi, Zurich

Materials:
wood
Object Number:
1912-201 Pt1
type:
instrument case
Image ©
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