3-Antique Prints-TRACE ROULIS-FRENCH NAVY-BALANCING INSTRUMENT-Revue Maritime-1869

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‘TRACE-ROULIS PAR MRS. PARIS PERE ET FILS, OFFICIERS DE MARINE 1867.’

– Set of 3 plates dealing with the Trace-Roulis (a balancing instrument used by the French navy), invented by Admiral Paris in France 1867.

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Set of 3 plates dealing with the Trace-Roulis (a balancing instrument used by the French navy), invented by Admiral Paris in France 1867.

Made by Anonymous after Revue Maritime.

Medium: Etching / Engraving on wove (vellin) paper.

Sheet size: 30 x 23.5 cm (11.81 x 9.25 inch).

Condition: good, given age. Original folds as issued. A few spots. General age-related toning and/or occasional minor defects from handling. Please study scan carefully.

TRACE ROULIS-FRENCH NAVY-BALANCING INSTRUMENT | PCO-B5-03

BACKGROUND INFORMATION

From ‘Revue Martime et Coloniale’, a periodical published in Paris from 1861-1896 by the French ‘Ministere de la Marine et des Colonies’. This item was published in 1869.

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Dimensions 23 × 30 × 1 cm

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