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The Inner Workings of Antique Calculators Dramatically Photographed by Kevin Twomey vintage technology machines

H1 - The first seaworthy clock, created by Harrison, who solved the longitude problem. Inspiring! National Maritime Museum in Greenwich

John Harrison’s first "sea clock", called was tested on a return voyage to Portugal in

Too long for me ~ but cool none the less!

"Gearings" by Lyn Christiansen, sterling silver and vintage watch parts.In sterling silver and vintage watch parts.

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Cabinet of magic potions for all sorts of things. Box contains a tube of blood from a bat & tongue of newt among other creepy things.

Dan Jone's steampunk Tinkerbots display at the San Diego Auto Museum's Steampunk exhibit. S)

Love this guys work. Dan Jone's steampunk Tinkerbots display at the San Diego Auto Museum's Steampunk exhibit.

The Noble Collection: The Classic Sextant

love love the lenses.i would like to contract Zeiss to make me an exquisite piece.The Classic Sextant from the Noble Collection

Curta Calculator, a mechanical calculator that pre-dated the popularization of the transistor. This example was produced in 1953.

Curta Calculator, a mechanical calculator that pre-dated the popularization of the transistor. This example was produced in 1953 //

【動画】これはわかりやすい!蒸気エンジンの仕組みをガラス細工で再現

【動画】これはわかりやすい!蒸気エンジンの仕組みをガラス細工で再現

antique key to Chateau Versailles

Antique key to Chateau Versailles. i want to get an antique key, have it gold dipped and give it to my friend for our graduation. This is the key to the kingdom which is the future

"Steam Station" table lighter # Толи паровоз, толи подводная лодка, но штукенция классная!

"Steam Station" table lighter # Толи паровоз, толи подводная лодка, но штукенция классная!

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Made by Franz Antoni Knitl in Linz, Upper Austria.

Chest microscope formerly owned by Pope Benedict XIV, Italy, 1701-1730  The high level of decoration reflects the status of this microscope’s former owner, Pope Benedict XIV. This is an example of a chest microscope, which were popular from the mid 1700s and throughout the 1800s. The microscope folds into the chest, which protects the tube as well as making the microscope portable

Chest microscope formerly owned by Pope Benedict XIV, Italy,

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