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Automata Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 13 pictures in our Automata collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Automaton at the Schoolboys Own Exhibition, 1929
Automaton at the Schoolboys Own Exhibition, 1929
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Maskelyne & Cooks automaton, Psycho
Maskelyne & Cooks automaton, Psycho
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Authropoglossos St. James's Hall, Piccadilly
Authropoglossos St. James's Hall, Piccadilly
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Automata newsboy and flower girl 1887
Automata newsboy and flower girl 1887
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Tin-plate Toys & Automata - John Lewiss Department Store, L
Tin-plate Toys & Automata - John Lewiss Department Store, L
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Maillardets automaton
Maillardets automaton
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Automaton from Dresden
Automaton from Dresden
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Portrait of Christopher Pinchbeck
Portrait of Christopher Pinchbeck
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Boy performing with small puppets
Boy performing with small puppets
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Automaton mandolin player
Automaton mandolin player
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Vaucansons Automata
Vaucansons Automata
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Jacques De Vaucanson
Jacques De Vaucanson
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Portrait of Christopher Pinchbeck Featured Image

Portrait of Christopher Pinchbeck

Undated head and shoulders mezzoprint portrait of Christopher Pinchbeck by Isaac Whood. Pinchbeck (c.1670 - November 18, 1732) was a London clockmaker and maker of musical Automata. He was born in Clerkenwell but worked in Fleet Street. Probably his name was derived from Pinchbeck, Lincolnshire. In the 1700s he invented the alloy Pinchbeck a cheap substitute for gold. He made an exquisite musical clock, worth about 500, for Louis XIV, and a fine organ for the Great Mogul, valued at 300. His eldest son, also named Christopher (1710 - 1783) became King's Clockmaker by appointment to George III: among his timepieces is an important astronomical clock made for the King, now in Buckingham Palace. HPG/8/1/1 (i)"

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Three musical automata
Three musical automata
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