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|
|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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