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PROPERTY OF THE LATE BARON GEORG VON FREYBERG-EISENBERG

An extensive set of Austrian engraved brass, turned wood and iron mathematical surveyor’s instruments, Judocus Deens, Vienna circa 1680/1695
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PROPERTY OF THE LATE BARON GEORG VON FREYBERG-EISENBERG

An extensive set of Austrian engraved brass, turned wood and iron mathematical surveyor’s instruments, Judocus Deens, Vienna circa 1680/1695
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An extensive set of Austrian engraved brass, turned wood and iron mathematical surveyor’s instruments, Judocus Deens, Vienna circa 1680/1695
comprising a brass graphometer (or semicircumferentor) signed Judocus Deens in Wien, a quadrant, a sector, an A-square, a ruler, a scale protractor, two shaped and engraved plaques, one plaque with the engraved crest of Grafen von Schallenberg, a turned wood foldable tripod stand and some further scientific implements, in a fitted leather covered case, some implements missing, case with damages
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Catalogue Note

The Dutch mathematical instrument maker Judocus Deens is first recorded in Vienna in 1680.; in 1686 he fruitlessly tried to be appointed as court instrument maker to the Austrian Emperor and the last entry in the Viennese archives is from 1693.

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