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Landesmuseum Württemberg Kunst- und Kulturgeschichtliche Sammlungen Uhren und Wissenschaftliche Instrumente [WLM 1968-795]

Horizontalsonnenuhr, Tischsonnenuhr (Landesmuseum Württemberg CC BY-SA)


Messingplatte in gekehlt eingezogener Holzplatte aufgelegt und mit vier Nägeln fixiert. Sonnenuhr für Polhöhe 60°, Skala 8–12–4, dreieckiger, seitlich leicht eingezogener Schattenwerfer. In der Platte Öffnung für Kompass (Dm. 4,7 cm).


Messing, Stahl, Glas


Length: 12,4 cm

Width: 15,7 cm

Height: 7 cm

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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Landesgewerbemuseum Stuttgart
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... Who: Zur Personenseite: Arthur Junghans (1852-1920)

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