Electrical machine at Teyler's Museum Barend de Backer
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Electrical machine at Teyler's Museum
Electrostatic generator designed by John Cuthbertson (bap.1743-d.1821) for Martin van Marum and installed at Teyler's Museum at Haarlem in the Netherlands. Shown with batteries of Leyden jars. Plate 6 from Beschryving eene ongemeen groote electrizeer-machine geplaatst in Teyler's Museum...by Martinus van Marum (Haarlemn, 1785). The plate is inscribed 'Pl. VI. B. de Bakker sculps.' Martin van Marum was elected a Fellow of the Royal Society in 1798.
Original: line engraving. 1785
- Image reference: RS-10641
- The Royal Society
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