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Vintage travel magnifier

40,95

This vintage magnifying glass allows for detailed examination of maps, coins, and other wonders.

As the museum shop manager tells:

“My earliest magnifying glass was a utilitarian Boy Scout one of sturdy brass. I studied insects and the skin of my hand. However, after using it to turn my dad’s newspaper into charcoal, it was confiscated, despite my protest that the glass was an essential tool of scientific discovery.”

A magnifying glass allows detailed examination of maps, coins, and other wonders.

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  • 30 days reflection period.

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During the late Victorian era and into the Belle Époque, one’s monocle served to intimidate and disadvantage. A houseguest who overstayed his welcome… an unwelcome suitor to a favorite daughter? This magnifying glass now serves a tool to study the lines on your palm, a picture, fingerprints or small print. A gift with excellent provenance, an accessory that delivers.

The National Maritime Museum

The collection of the Dutch National Maritime Museum is one of the largest and most notable maritime collections in the world. Here, you can learn about 500 years of Dutch maritime history and discover its strong links with the society of today and the future. Admire its extensive collections of paintings, navigation instruments, ship models and maps of the world. The collection’s eye-catcher is undoutedly the replica of the East Indiaman moored in front of the museum building. Large cargo ships like this one were used to transport spices, porcelain, tea, silk and textiles from Asia to Europe. But the range of exhibitions at the National Maritime Museum is wider than simply showcasing artefacts of the past. Cotemporary art and photography, an exhibition about the whale and interactive and virtual reality experiences are also featured at the museum.

The National Maritime Museum boasts a large collection of historical instruments that were used at sea. You can buy replicas of many of these instruments in our museum shop. Have a look at the full collection and take your pick!

Weight0,144 kg
Dimensions9,5 × 9,5 × 3 cm
Material

Bronze

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