Anemometer by Jules Richard

Anemometer by Jules Richard

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Anemometer by Jules Richard

Dimensions

Box 28X11X9 cm

Circa

1900

Country of manufacture

France

Categories: Maritime, Scientific, Technology, Other Maritime Antiques, Barometers & Meteorology, Office Antiques

Description

Anemometer by Jules Richard in perfect working condition with the key to reset the pointer

in its original storage case, it will be well packaged and sent by registered mail, shipping costs depend on the destination

Jules Richard (1848-1930) was a second generation instrument maker, the son of Félix Richard and nephew of the electrical instrument maker Gustave Froment. Jules was trained partly in his father’s workshop in Paris and then with several other craftsmen, including a clockmaker. During the 1870s he worked in the manufacture of telegraphy equipment. He is said to have collaborated at this early period with E. J. Marey, the experimental physiologist who devised electrical and photographic recording techniques. Returned to family business in 1876 following the death of his father. In 1882 he formed a partnership with his younger brother Max, as Richard Frères,  of the design to other forms of scientific and industrial recording, including thermometers, pyrometers, anemometers, dynamometers, chronographs,

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NL Early Science

Early Science antiques was founded in 1978 by Fred de Vree based in the Netherlands where I can also be visited by appointment. I have been active for 4 decades as an antiqair and auctioneer, the last 20 years of which are specialized in scientific antiques. I visit collectors and fairs in many European countries. looking for special items please feel free to contact me by Phone or email ,if you need any information on my listed items or something you are looking for 0031653132842 freddevree@kpnplanet.nl

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