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A drum orrery by Harris & Co. circa 1820. The globe is labelled, Lane and Co. Benjamin Martin designed the drum type orrery. The mechanical works of this orrery are housed in a brass drum with a central fixed brass sun and articulated mechanical brass armatures mounted with ivory spheres representing nine orbiting bodies: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Ceres, Mars, Pallas Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus. The Earth, Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune are displayed with their separate orbiting moons..

A drum orrery by Harris & Co. circa 1820. The globe is labelled, Lane and Co. Benjamin Martin designed the drum type orrery. The mechanical works of this orrery are housed in a brass drum with a central fixed brass sun and articulated mechanical brass armatures mounted with ivory spheres representing nine orbiting bodies: Mercury, Venus, Earth, Ceres, Mars, Pallas Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus. The Earth, Jupiter, Saturn and Neptune are displayed with their separate orbiting moons..

A fine Regency lacquered brass 'universal' pattern compound microscope, William and Samuel Jones, London, early 19th century,

A fine Regency lacquered brass 'universal' pattern compound microscope, William and Samuel Jones, London, early 19th century,

Globe

Globe

Celestial clock

Celestial clock

The Armillary Sphere: The Marriage of Science and Art ~ Kuriositas

The Armillary Sphere: The Marriage of Science and Art ~ Kuriositas

Dip circles, also known as dip needles or inclinometers, measure slope — a.k.a. “dip angle” — with respect to gravity. Used in surveying, mining, and prospecting, dip circles also served as demonstration instruments in physics classes. The Phelps & Gurley Co. of Troy, N.Y., manufactured this brass and glass dip circle around 1848. Dartmouth purchased it in 1862 for 20 dollars.

Dip circles, also known as dip needles or inclinometers, measure slope — a.k.a. “dip angle” — with respect to gravity. Used in surveying, mining, and prospecting, dip circles also served as demonstration instruments in physics classes. The Phelps & Gurley Co. of Troy, N.Y., manufactured this brass and glass dip circle around 1848. Dartmouth purchased it in 1862 for 20 dollars.

400 Years of Beautiful, Historical, and Powerful Globes | John Russell's moon globe from another angle. | Credit: British Library | From Wired.com

400 Years of Beautiful, Historical, and Powerful Globes

400 Years of Beautiful, Historical, and Powerful Globes | John Russell's moon globe from another angle. | Credit: British Library | From Wired.com

The Jagiellonian Clock, incorporating the Jagiellonian Globe, c.1510. The Globe, containing the mechanism, is nested at the centre of the clockwork.

The Jagiellonian Clock, incorporating the Jagiellonian Globe, c.1510. The Globe, containing the mechanism, is nested at the centre of the clockwork.

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