Etienne LENOIR (1744-1832) Scientific instrument... - Lot 154 - Daguerre

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Etienne LENOIR (1744-1832) Scientific instrument... - Lot 154 - Daguerre
Etienne LENOIR (1744-1832) Scientific instrument in engraved brass with two glasses, in its walnut case, decorated with the label. H. 13 W. 31 D. 21 cm Etienne Lenoir, born in Mer near Blois, on March 1, 1744, died in Paris on August 18, 1832, is a French manufacturer of optical and scientific instruments and scientific instruments and the inventor of the repeating circle. In 1787, the King appointed him as an engineer graduated from the King. He created the instruments used on all the great French geodetic survey projects and during the great naval expeditions of the time. He worked mainly for the Commission des poids et mesures after 1792.
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