Horary quadrant by Henry Sutton

Made:
1658
maker:
Henry Sutton

Horary quadrant consisting of front and reverse paper scales and wooden board made by Henry Sutton, Threadneedle Street, London, 1658.

Horary quadrants are mathematical instruments that were used for time-telling. This quadrant consists of paper scales, which may have been printed in a book and intended to be cut out and then attached to the wooden board.

Details

Category:
Astronomy
Object Number:
1918-257/1
type:
horary quadrant
credit:
Mrs. Philiss D. Lee

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