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Trade card: Edward Laurence and William Gardiner
Trade card: Edward Laurence and William Gardiner, Strand and Temple Bar. May be heard of at Mr. Jonathan Sisson's, Mathematical Instrument-maker, in the Strand, or at Mr. Mead's, a Goldsmith, near Temple-Bar. Surveyors. 1725. (Calv. 230) (C.C. 134)
Trade card: H. Moll. Geographer
Trade card: H. Moll. Geographer. 1727. Map of the whole world with the Trade winds. According to ye latest and most Exact Observations. (Calv. 275) (C.C. 188)
The appearance of the total solar eclipse from Haradon Hill near Salisbury
Mezzotint; The appearance of the total solar eclipse from Haradon Hill near Salisbury, May 11 1724, by E. Kirkhall after Stukeley.
Engraving of John Flamsteed (1646-1719), "JOHANNES FLAMSTEEDIUS Derbiensis Astronomiae Professor Regius. Anno Aetatis 74 Obijt Decem: 31 1719", T. Gibson pinx. 1712.; Geo. Vertue Sculp. 1721, 2nd impression, London, 1721, print, engraving, line 39 x 28 cm., platemark 32.5 x 22.3 cm. After the oil by Thomas Gibson, 1712, in the Royal Society, London. Portrait, HL to L, in gown and bands, hand on chest, within oval frame on pedestal. Ref: O'Donoghue; Wellcome, 988.1
Engraving, `Befeuchtet zu Leuchten'. An oil lamp.
Engraving, `Befeuchtet zu Leuchten'. An oil lamp. Nuremberg, 1709. 142x81mm (image size)15.5x9cm (overall)
Trade card: Planetarium course of experimental philosophy
Trade card: Planetarium course of experimental philosphy, Channel Row, Westminster. 1728. (Calv. 298) (C.C. 116)
The Transit of the total shadow of the moon over Europe in the eclipse of the sun May 11th 1724
Engraving by John Senex London, "The Transit of the total shadow of the moon over Europe in the eclipse of the sun May 11th 1724 in the evening described by Will Whiston M.A."
Trade card: Robert Taylor
Trade card: Robert Taylor, High Market Place, Berwick upon Tweed. 1717. Bookseller, Stationer and Pinter selling charts, slide-rules, prospect glasses etc. (Calv. 393) (C.C. 50)
Design for a new bridge (at Westminster) by C. Cam
Design for a new bridge (at Westminster) by C. Campbell 1721. Engraving 215x1250
Mezzotint of James Hodgson F.R.S.
Mezzotint [Portrait] James Hodgson F.R.S. by G. White after G. Gibson.
Trade card: J. Harris
Trade card: J. Harris, at his House in Amen-Corner, near Paternoster Row. 1702. Teacher of Mathematicks [sic], author of 'Algebra'. (Calv. 173) (C.C. 87)
A description of the Passage of the Shadow of the
A description of the Passage of the Shadow of the Moon over England in the total eclipse of the sun on the 11th day of May, 1724 in the evening. Together with the Passage of the Shadow as it was observed in the last Total Eclipse of 1715. By Dr.E. Halley, R.S.S. Atro. "Roy". Engraved and sold by John Senex at the Globe--- (London) Engraving; 2nd issue.
Broad Sheet Engraving. A Compleat account of the G
Broad Sheet Engraving. A Compleat account of the Great Eclipse of the Sun which will happen Apr 22... By W. Whiston M.A. Engraved by I. Senex. [London 1715]
Trade card: Richard Glynn, at the Hercules and Atl
Trade card: Richard Glynn, at the Hercules and Atlas, facing Salisbury Court, Fleet Street. Mathematical Instruments, either for Land or Sea, & Apparatus for Experimental Philosophy. [c.1700] (Calv. 158).
Trade Card for Edmund Culpeper
Trade card: E. Culpeper. At the Black and White House, the Sign of the Cross-Daggers, in Middle-Morefields, London. c.1720 Maker of mathematical, optical and navigational instruments. (Stained and damaged). (Calv. 108) (C.C. 52)
A Prospect and Section of the Light-house
Print. A Prospect and Section of the Light-house on the Edystone Rock off of Plymouth. Rebuilt ... The Lights put up therein ye 28th July 1708. [dedicated] ... by J. Rudyerd Gent. / B. Lens delin ; I. Sturt Sculp. - 1708. Engraving; [trimmed to] 59.5x43cm. Eddystone lighthouse, a wood and stone edifice, with marker at 24 feet; decorative surround, Neptune one of figures at foot of print
1711 - 1788
1711-1788, active 1748-1776, optician, Edinburgh & London, Scottish; British
1726 - 1806
active 1749-1806, sundial maker; optical, mathematical, philosophical inst. maker & natural philosopher, British
1728 - 1809
1728-1809, mechanical engineer, manufacturer; entrepreneur, English; British
1709 - 1772
1709-1772, active 1734-72, mathematical, philosophical & optical instrument maker, lecturer, English
1720 - 1783
active 1749-1783, mathematical instrument maker, Strand, London, England
Baron Axel Fredrik Cronstedt
1722 - 1765
1722-1765, discoverer of tungsten; mineralogist; chemist, Swedish
1708 - 1772
1708-1772, active 1731-1770, optician, optical instrument & microscope maker and seller, London, England, English
1724 - 1793
1724-1793, active 1754-1793, print seller; publisher; map seller, English
1715 - 1794
1715 or 1716-1794, horologist; marine escapement and watchmaker, London, England, English
1709 - 1783
1709/10-1783, Pinchbeck the younger, clock-maker; watchmaker, British