Astronomic observatory, vintage image, XIX century - Vintage Nostalgia
Astronomic observatory, vintage image, XIX century

Astrophysics observatory, astronomer exploring the universe, image of XIX century

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Gutemberg working in his print workshop - Vintage Nostalgia
Gutemberg working in his print workshop

Johannes Gutemberg the first European publisher in his print workshop. Gutemberg (1398 – 1468) was a German inventor from Mainz who introduced print in Europe with the mechanical movable type printing

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Artisans working at copper etchings, medieval workshop - Vintage Nostalgia
Artisans working at copper etchings, medieval workshop

Copper gravures medieval workshop, vintage engraving

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Antique Roman portable writing material with different styluses - Vintage Nostalgia
Antique Roman portable writing material with different styluses

Ancient Roman decorated writing set: ink pot and many iron styluses, pointed instruments of different shapes

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Rumford photometer or shadow photometer, vintage ingraving - Vintage Nostalgia
Rumford photometer or shadow photometer, vintage ingraving

Rumford photometer or shadow photometer invented by Sir Benjamin Thompson, Count Rumford, is an instrument which measures the intensity of light comparing different light sources.

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Professional camera tripods, end XIX century - Vintage Nostalgia
Professional camera tripods, end XIX century

Tripod equipment for cameras, vintage engraving XIX century

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Telescope built  by Frederick William Herschel German Astronomer - Vintage Nostalgia
Telescope built by Frederick William Herschel German Astronomer

Large telescope built in 1774 by Frederick William Herschel German Astronomer, from his observation he discovered Uranus planet, the first planet to be discovered since antiquity

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The Leviathan of Parsonstown or Lord Rosse ‘s monster telescope, vintage engraving - Vintage Nostalgia
The Leviathan of Parsonstown or Lord Rosse ‘s monster telescope, vintage engraving

Monster telescope called the Leviathan of Parsonstown built in 1845 by Irish William Parsons, earl of Rosse, the world largest telescope of that time weighting 4 tons.

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Binocular and quadriocular microscope, XIX century - Vintage Nostalgia
Binocular and quadriocular microscope, XIX century

Laboratory equipment at end XIX century, Binocular and quadriocular microscope

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View of Astrophysics Observatory of Potsdam, Germany, vintage engraving - Vintage Nostalgia
View of Astrophysics Observatory of Potsdam, Germany, vintage engraving

Astrophysics Observatory of Potsdam, Germany founded in 1874, the world’s first observatory at that time explicitly for astrophysics research

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Magnesium flash lamp, XIX century - Vintage Nostalgia
Magnesium flash lamp, XIX century

Antique magnesium flash lamp using pure magnesium, it consists of three part: a large flat alcohol lamp, a receptacle for magnesium and a large hand pressure bulb all joined together. A single pressure of the bulb gives an intense and … Continued

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Middle ages,peasants working in construction - Vintage Nostalgia
Middle ages,peasants working in construction

Medieval economy for construction: human muscle power, peasants at work

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