Mathematical, Philosophical and Optical Instruments

1735-1745 in London

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Trade card. print. engraving. Mathematical, Philosophical and Optical Instruments. Made and sold by John Bennett in Crown Court between St. Ann's, Soho and Golden Square, London. n.d. [1735-1745] [Cartouche design with instruments including octant, sundials, telescope, barometer, anchor, universal ring dial, terrestrial globe, spectacles, pocket globe, rules, dividers] 16 x 11.8 cm, conserved backed and edged to 18 x 13.5 cm (Calv. 42)

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