Student, Germany XVIII century, vintage engraving - Vintage Nostalgia
Student, Germany XVIII century, vintage engraving

Portrait of student absorbed in book reading, XVIII century engraving

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Education in XVII century, school class - Vintage Nostalgia
Education in XVII century, school class

XVII century vintage engraving, school class lesson

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Anatomy lesson at the medical college, XVII century - Vintage Nostalgia
Anatomy lesson at the medical college, XVII century

Anatomy lesson at the University medical college, year 1616

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“A classroom from XVI century”, by Hans Burgkmair (1473-1531) - Vintage Nostalgia
“A classroom from XVI century”, by Hans Burgkmair (1473-1531)

As the illustration is from “Schimpf und Ernst” (“”Amusing and serious stories”, by Johannes Pauli,1455-1533?), there is still hope that it is a caricature rather than a realistic depiction of schooling in XVI century…

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Students talking together, Leipzig early XIX century - Vintage Nostalgia
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German students early 19th century - Vintage Nostalgia
German students early 19th century

Early XIX century, students style and clothing

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Battery – Daniell cell –  section and working asset - Vintage Nostalgia
Battery – Daniell cell – section and working asset

Middle ‘800 battery: an electric cell that produces electricity from a chemical reaction. The first battery was invented by Alessandro Volta in 1800 and then improved by Daniell in 1836

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Projection microscope - Vintage Nostalgia
Projection microscope

Illustration from middle ‘800: the “photoelectrique” in the original should not be misunderstood: in those times it meant just ‘based on electrically generated light’. The ‘real’ photoelectric effect was still below the horizon.

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Fresnel lens (lighthouse lens) working and section - Vintage Nostalgia
Fresnel lens (lighthouse lens) working and section

Wood engraving drawn by A. Jahandier, engraved by C. Laplante, taken from from “L’√®lectricit√®” by J. Baille, Paris – Hachette 1868. Multi-part lens for use in lighthouses developed by Augustin-Jean Fresnel, French physicist.

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Vintage engraving, electric pump - Vintage Nostalgia
Vintage engraving, electric pump

Vintage engraving middle ‘800, one of the first pump for fluids moved by electromagnetism.

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Ruhmkorff inductor - Vintage Nostalgia
Ruhmkorff inductor

Illustration from middle ‘800: electrical transformer used to produce an alternate very high voltage from a low-voltage direct current, patented in 1851 by Heinrich Ruhmkorff, German inventor.

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Fluids thermal expansion: the volume of a fluid increases when temperature rises - Vintage Nostalgia
Fluids thermal expansion: the volume of a fluid increases when temperature rises

By heating a flask full of water it may be observed that as the temperature raises the water expands and its density decreases.

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