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Galileo Ferraris
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Galileo Ferraris
Fighting a Vortex
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Fighting a Vortex
Greenwich / Magnetic Clock
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Greenwich / Magnetic Clock
Puysegurs Magnetic Elm
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Puysegurs Magnetic Elm
Sir James Clark Ross
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Sir James Clark Ross
Hotel guest beset by salespeople in the parlour Featured Image

Hotel guest beset by salespeople in the parlour

Hotel guest beset by salespeople in the parlour of the Hotel des Quatre Nations, Paris, 18th century. The room is full of furriers, lace sellers, hatters, mercers, hairdressers, tailors, sword cutlers, pimps, horse-dealers, etc. Arrival at Paris. Handcoloured copperplate engraving after an illustration by Thomas Rowlandson from Journal of Sentimental Travels in the Southern Provinces of France, translated and abridged from Moritz August von Thummel's Reise in die mitt??glichen Provinzen van Frankreich im Jahre 1785'??1786, Rudolph Ackermann, London, 1821

© Florilegius

Cooke / Wheatstone Telegr
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Cooke / Wheatstone Telegr
Edwardian society women's beauty treatments 1906 Featured Image

Edwardian society women's beauty treatments 1906

Edwardian ladies believed that it was their duty as a woman to look beautiful. Showing a variety of photographs of society women enduring treatment to help repair from seasons ravages. 1. Reducing weight from incessant dinning-out, they would regularly take light baths in wooden cabinets. 2. To help from the discoloration of facial skin, women would sit in front of a radiation blue light. 3. Magnetic bath were you would lay full length with wires around you, while a therapists would send pulses from a large machine, this would help with strengthen and life-giving. 4. If your nose had gone out of fashion! It could be altered to suit your desire. 5. This equipment helped remove wrinkles by electrical massage. 6.Tonics to help with cheek, throat and neck giving bloom and roundness.
1906

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

ICT 1900 COMPUTER
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ICT 1900 COMPUTER
Native Iron
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Native Iron
South Magnetic Pole
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South Magnetic Pole
Can't Help Lovin that Man! by Helen McKie Featured Image

Can't Help Lovin that Man! by Helen McKie

A red-haired woman staring into the eyes of her lover - a magnetic but dangerous looking Apache man, an allegedly savage member of the Parisian underworld haunting areas such as Montmartre and La Villette in the early 20th century. Apache types were a popular subject for illustrators during the 1920s, possessing as they did a streak of exotic sexuality, though they were often depicted as being casual or even cruel to their lovers. Date: 1929

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Camera Film
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Camera Film
Siemens Electric Lift
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Siemens Electric Lift
Kept in Suspense
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Kept in Suspense
Electric brush
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Electric brush
A City on Ganymede
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A City on Ganymede
Airship of Pluto
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Airship of Pluto
Iron Mining Urals
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Iron Mining Urals
Electro-magnetic surgery
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Electro-magnetic surgery

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