www.french-treasures.net                      


Drawing Watercolor
Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor Drawing Watercolor

1867 Paris Universal Exhibition Steam Tubular Boiler Flashback


1867 Paris Universal Exhibition Steam Tubular Boiler Flashback



 

    Sectional map project of steam engine tubular boiler with flashback made for the Universal Exhibition Paris in 1867. 17" width 10 3/4" height. Provenance: collection of Francois Prosper Jacqmin (1820-1889), Student of the Ecole Polytechnique,engineer of Imperial school of Ponts et Chaussées, teacher and chairman in this school, member of the Jury, class 52, of the Paris Universal Exhibition in 1867. Good condition, cut edges as presented on the following pictures.

In Process


Contact See your cart


For our French-speaking friends: Exposition Universelle de Paris 1867, projet en coupe et plan d'une chaudière tubulaire à retour de flamme. Surface chauffée 6 mètres carrés. Hauteur 27,5 cm, largeur 43 cm. Provenance: Fond de Mr François Prosper Jacqmin (1820-1889), Polytechnicien, ingénieur au corps Impérial des Pont et Chaussées, professeur et président de l'école, et membre du Jury, Classe 52, de l'Exposition Universelle Internationale de 1867. Bords découpés, papier jauni, bel état.

All items are described as there are and are sold with a 15 days full refund GUARANTEE.

Shipping/Sales Conditions