Marine and Sciences objects

We are happy to announce that we shall exhibit at the « XXVIth Biennale des Antiquaires » in the Grand Palais Paris from 14th to 23 September 2012.

Numerous high quality objects in our specialities (marine & sciences, canes of collection, tobacco and opium objects) will be presented on our stand (H14 - Salon d'Honneur).



Among marine and sciences objects, you will see :

- astrolabes,

- the Earl Claret de Fleurieu architect set chest,

- a 17th century nocturnal,

- around 40 sundials (in ivory, wood and silver) as from 16th century,

- a tellurium/planetarium/lunarium signed "Bergé late Ramsden",

- globes and armillary spheres as from 17th century,

- a pair of barometer and thermometer signed "Magny à Paris",

- a Marin Marie aquarelle and book,

- a narwhal tooth (Renaissance period),

- some royal dock yards models,

- a 17th century sand glass high dimension,

- telescopes as from 17th century,

- some marine chronometers (one day, two days, eight days),

- nautical instruments...

 

Please discover below a small selection of objects and also some photos of our stand.

 

XXVIth Biennale des Antiquaires - Grand Palais Paris.

Collection of around 40 sundials in ivory, silver, tortoise, boxwood and brass.

Exceptional architect set made for the Comte Claret de Fleurieu.

Armillary sphere made circa 1600.

Ottoman quadrant made at the 19th century.