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Code 6331
EUR 800.00
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EUR 800.00
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1555065287Code 6331 Large brass telescopeLarge brass telescope with mahogany wooden handle signed Arnold London Improv'd Day & Night, made in the early 1800s. The words 'Day or Night' indicate that the telescope was designed for use in all light conditions. Focus on two extensions. Total length 90 cm - 35.43 inches, minimum 38 cm - 14.9 inches, focal diameter 4.5 cm - 1.77 inches. Very good condition and fully functional, complete with made-to-measure support base of wood and brass.

John Arnold born in Bodmin, Cornwall, in 1736; he was an important watch maker and made a repeating watch set in a ring for King George III. In 1763 circa he set up business in Devereux Court, The Stand, London and became a member of the Clockmakers Company from 1783 until his death in 1799. His son, John Roger Arnold, was born in 1769 and served an apprenticeship with both his father and the French watchmaker Abraham Louis Breguet. In 1787 he founded with his father the firm Arnold & Son. After his father's death in 1799, John Roger continued the business together with John Dent between 1830 and 1840. He became Master of the Worshipful Company of Clockmakers in 1817. After his death in 1843 the company was bought by Charles Frodsham.

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