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#Kinora viewer

#Kinora viewer

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, 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

coisasdetere:  Relógios - Antique Clock in London, England.

coisasdetere: Relógios - Antique Clock in London, England.

Wimshurst Machine type Magnificis front

Wimshurst Machine type Magnificis front

Rare Color Photography of Early 1900s Paris

Rare Color Photography of Early 1900s Paris

Astra airship Ville-de-Bordeaux at Paris 1908

Astra airship Ville-de-Bordeaux at Paris 1908

Berlin | Vor 1933. Warenhaus Wertheim Leipziger Straße, um 1900

Berlin | Vor 1933. Warenhaus Wertheim Leipziger Straße, um 1900

File:Mahogany medicine chest, England, 1801-1900 Wellcome L0057102.jpg

File:Mahogany medicine chest, England, 1801-1900 Wellcome L0057102.jpg

Watchismo Times: At the Museums -1660 Renaissance Crystal Neck Watch & 1930s Art Deco Digital Lamp

Watchismo Times: At the Museums -1660 Renaissance Crystal Neck Watch & 1930s Art Deco Digital Lamp

The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia was originally opened in the 1900s for medical students to see in person extremely rare conditions, as well as the effects of diseases that had been cured or eradicated. It still stands today as the best place for medical students to get ”hands on” experience, as well as a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike.

The Mutter Museum in Philadelphia was originally opened in the 1900s for medical students to see in person extremely rare conditions, as well as the effects of diseases that had been cured or eradicated. It still stands today as the best place for medical students to get ”hands on” experience, as well as a popular attraction for locals and tourists alike.