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El Navia Steam Engine Locomotive n°515 Schneider


El Navia Steam Engine Locomotive n°515 Schneider




 

    El Navia steam engine locomotive n° 515 made by Schneider & Co sectional, elevation plan and description, lithograph print by Larcher in 1863. 42 1/8" width 28" height. Good condition, dirty on the edges, small tears on the top, fold as presented on the following pictures.
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.

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For our French-speaking friends: El Navia Locomotive vapeur 515 marchandise 8 roues couplées en construction en 1863 au Creusot atelier Schneider et Cie, pour les chemins de fer du Nord de l'Espagne. Lithographie Larcher, plan en élévation et description milieu du XIXème siècle. 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 directeur d'exploitation de la Cie des Chemins de Fer de l'Est. Bon état, papier frais, salissures sur les bords, accident en haut de page. Hauteur 71 cm, largeur 107 cm.

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