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Antiquarian Mineralogy/Crystallography Books:
(083) ‎Fuess, R. ‎Kataloggruppe 4


Mineralogical/Crystallographic Instruments:
(082) Berek compensator


Crystal Models:
(084) set of 18 wooden geometric models by Antonio Vallardi
(085) Rare unsigned 19th century glass and wire crystal model



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(085) 02/04/17

Rare unsigned 19th century glass and wire crystal model
Arnaud N. Mignan

Rare unsigned 19th century glass and wire crystal model. Inside the cube, nine cubic crystal forms delineated by colored wires are present: three 6-faced, five 24-faced and one 48-faced models. The model comes in a red plush lined mahogany case. Edge of 66 mm.
SOLD







(084) 02/04/17

set of 18 wooden geometric models by Antonio Vallardi
Arnaud N. Mignan

A set of 18 wooden, with original whitewash, geometric models by Antonio Vallardi, Milano and Roma, Italy. The set (late 19th - early 20th century?) is composed of cylinders, pyramids, cone, platonic solids and other geometrical shapes (some with shape handwritten on them). Cover of the Antonio Vallardi geometric model box. The box cover reads: "COLLEZIONE di SOLIDI GEOMETRICI | con memoriale delle regole per trovarne la superfice e il volume | MILANO Via Stelvio (angolo Via Lario) | filiali ROMA xx V. E. 35 | NAPOLI Via Roma 37-38". 33.5 x 26 x 10 cm .
€ 1400.-









(083)02/02/15

Fuess, R. Kataloggruppe 4 - Mikroskope und Instrumente für allgemeine optische Beobachtungen und Materialuntersuchungen.
Claude Hootelé

1939, 8°, original edition 10 (of 15) descriptive richly illustrated perforated brochures: Lupen (not present); Polarisations-Mikroskope (48 p.); Werkstoff-Mikroskope (12 p.); Meßokulare, Integriervorrichtung "Sigma" (12 p.); Mikroskop und Projektionsgerät "Orthophot" (not present); Kameras für Makro- und Mikro-Photographie (16 p.); Zeichenapparate (not present); Lichtquellen f. Mikroskopie usw. (4 p.); Meß-Mikroskope (16 p.); Ablese-Fernrohre und Kathetometer (12 p.); Optische Laufprüfer (not present); Schneide-, Schleif- und Poliermaschinen, Hilfsmittel zur Herstellung von Dünnschliffen (16 p.); Ritzhärteprüfer (8 p.); Instrumente für optische Kontrollzwecke (not present); Geologen-Kompasse (16 p.). Very good inner condition of the set.
€ 45.

Fuess Katalog


Fuess Katalog


Fuess Katalog




(082) 02/02/15

Berek compensator
Claude Hootelé

Berek compensator in its original wooden box (94 x 56 x 42 mm). The instrument is in perfect condition and functional (but without the original notice of direction for use). Leitz N° 1201.
The Berek compensator was used for accurate measurements of retardation and recognition of the optic sign through determination of the position of the fast and slow rays.
€ 125.-

Berek


Berek


Berek