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Print (Etching, Engraving) Account of a Machine for deepening and scouring canals, rivers, and ports, Invented by F. and A. Eckhardt, Engraved by W. Skelton, Signed S. T. Rossyn, G. Roggeveen, The Netherlands, 18th Century

Inventory Number: 14065
Object Type: print
Place Created: The Netherlands Europe
Subject Classification(s): Engineering Prints Collection  
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Brief Description:
Primary Inscriptions: Account of a machine constructed for the purpose of depending and scouring canals, rivers, and ports. Newly invented by the Brothers F. and A. Eckhardt, to whom the States of Holland, West Friesland, &c. granted an exclusive Patent for the sole benefit arising from the invention. Pen annotation to verso: Eckhardt machine for scouring & deepening canals, rivers, and ports.
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Material(s): Paper
Height Width Depth Diameter Unit
396 253 mm

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