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Johan Joosten van Musschenbroek

MALE
Leiden, Netherlands 02-08-1660 - Leiden, Netherlands 1707

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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J.J. van Musschenbroek was instrument maker in Leiden, 1678-1707. When his brother Samuel died in 1681, Johan inherited all his tools and equipment and continued the workshop. Brother and pupil of Samuel van Musschenbroek, father of Jan van Musschenbroek and Petrus van Musschenbroek. Supplied to Christiaan Huygens (ca. 1678). Corresponded with professor Dorstenus of the Marburg University in Germany.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (air-pump, two microscopes and an aquatic microscope).

Residence

  • Leiden 

Occupation

  • Instrument maker 1678~ - 1707, Leiden

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Provenance

  • Clercq, P. de, At the sign of the oriental lamp. The Musschenbroek workshop in Leiden, 1660-1750 (Rotterdam 1997).
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Crommelin, C.A., Physics and the art of instrument making at Leyden in the 17th and 18th centuries (Leiden 1927).
  • Crommelin, C.A. 'Leidsche leden van het geslacht Van Musschenbroek', in: Jaarboekje voor geschiedenis en oudheidkunde van Leiden en omstreken (1939).
  • Crommelin, C.A., 'Leidsche leden van het geslacht Van Musschenbroek', Jaarboekje voor geschiedenis en oudheidkunde van Leiden en omstreken (1939).

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J. Mössinger

MALE
Reutlingen, Germany 1815 - 1879

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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Instrument maker in Groningen from 1842. Made surgical instruments.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (several instruments).

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  • Instrument maker 1842 - 1954, Groningen

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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J. de Mortier

MALE
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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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Mortier was maker or retailer of scientific instruments in Amsterdam, ca 1776 - 1782.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden, Museum Ghent (microscope).

Residence

  • Amsterdam 

Occupation

  • maker or retailer of scientific instruments 1776~ - 1782, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Fournier, M. Early microscopes : a descriptive catalogue (Leiden 2003).
  • Lalande, J.J. de. Voyage de Hollande, Paris, Bibliothèque de l’Institut de France, Ms 2195, p. 74.

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Magnis Moris

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Moris was a lens grinder in Leiden (Langebrug) and Amsterdam (Zwanenburgstraat) around 1796.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 
  • Leiden 

Occupation

  • lens grinder 1796~, Leiden

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Provenance

  • mentioned in: Leidsche Courant of 08-06-1796.

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Simon van de Moolen

MALE
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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Moolen, Symon van de

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Simon van de Moolen was a mathematician and a teacher of navigation, a scientific instrument maker and author, in Amsterdam. Between 1698 and 1715 he published nine books on astronomy and scientific instruments.

Collection: Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam (a quadrant).

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Occupation

  • mathematician , Amsterdam
  • Instrument maker 1701~, Amsterdam
  • navigator , Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Bierens de Haan, D. Bibliographie Neerlandaise Historique-Scientific. (Rome, 1883), 197.
  • Database Maritiem Digitaal

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J.B. Michelly

MALE
Paris, France 1710 - Brussel, Belgium 1785

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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Michelly was physical and mathematical instrument maker. In 1745 he obtained a patent for 50 year to start a instrument making workshop for physical and mathematical instruments and balances in Liege. He made a coin weight box. From 1755 he was "ijkmeester" (person who determined and controlled measures) in Brussels.

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  • Instrument maker 1745~, Liège
  • IJkmeester 1755, Brussel

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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H. Meursinge

MALE
N/A - Utrecht, Netherlands 1729

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Meursinge was instrument maker and surgeon in Leeuwarden (Grote kerkstraat), ca 1834. He advertised in the Leeuwarder Courant on 22 july 1834 for trusses and orthopaedical equipment.

Residence

  • Leeuwarden 

Occupation

  • Instrument maker 1734~, Leeuwarden
  • City surgeon 1734~, Leeuwarden

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Rutgerus van Meurs

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1736 - N/A

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Watch maker in Amsterdam, ca 1750-1800. Lived at the Utrechtsestraat. Son of Otto van Meurs, well-known watch maker.

Collection: Museum and Archive van Tijdmeetkunde Utrecht (clock with planetarium, astronomical clock and a 'cycloëden watch').

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N/A

Occupation

  • Watch maker , Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).

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Hendrik van Meurs

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1706 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1778-02

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Hendrik van Meurs, from the town of Bommel, was a compass maker in the Oude Teertuinen in in Amstedam,1730, when he became a poorter (citizen). In 1742 his address was on the Lastage, in 1745 on the Geldersekade corner of the Oude Waal and in 1767 at the corner of the Lastage and the Oude Waal. He was the father of compass maker Johannes van Meurs, and master of the compass makers guild from 1767-1768, in 1771 and in 1777.

Collection: No work by him is on record.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 

Occupation

  • Compass maker 1730 - 1778, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden. (Leiden 1950).
  • Kuile, S. ter and W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam 1999).

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Guillaume Meuris

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Meuris was instrument maker, ca 1683-1690, from Brussels.

Collection: Conservatoire National des arts et Metiers (astronomical and surveying instruments at).

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Occupation

  • Instrument maker 1683~ - 1690, Brussel

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Provenance

  • Gunther, R.T. Early science in Oxford (Oxford 1923).

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A.H. van der Meulen

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A.H. van der Meulen was a scientific instrument maker and retailer in Rotterdam, around 1850, who made and sold mathematical, physical and navigating instruments. In 1852 and 1853 some of his work was exhibited in Rotterdam: he received a silver medal for a compass binnacle. After his death, his widow continued the business.

Collections: Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam (octant), Museum Boerhaave, Leiden (several instruments).

Residence

  • Rotterdam 

Occupation

  • Instrument maker , Rotterdam

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Leendert Husting

MALE
N/A - [..1785]

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Leendert Husting was a cross-staff maker in the Leidsestraat in Amsterdam, in 1742, when he became poorter (citizen).

Collection: No example of his work is on record.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 

Occupation

  • Instrument maker 1775~

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N/A

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Provenance

  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. The cross-staff: history and development of a navigational instrument. (Amsterdam 1994).

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Sacharias Jansen

MALE
Den Haag, Netherlands 1588~ - [..1632]

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Jansen, Zacharias
  • Janssen, Z.

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Instrument maker born around 1588 in The Hague. He grew up in Middelburg (at the Groenmarkt near to the Westerse Muntpoort), and also worked in Arnemuiden (at Langstraat) and Amsterdam. Together with his father Hans, he grinds glasses and lenses. The two also made several binoculars. His name was often associated with the invention of the binocular and the microscope, but it is highly questionable that he did invent it. His telescopes were the best of Europe in 1608. In 1612, he gave a binocular to Prins Maurits and Archduke for present. After 1613, it seems that he spent most of time on counterfeit money.

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  • Instrument maker 1600~, Middelburg
  • instrument maker 1618~ - 1620~, Arnemuiden
  • instrument maker [1620..], Middelburg

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Provenance

  • Servaas van Rooijen, A.J. In: De Navorscher 35 (Amsterdam 1885), 236.
  • Sterr, C.W. van der. 'Hans en Sacharias Janssen', in: Amstelodam 21 (1934).
  • Beek, L. 'Jansen, Lipperhey & Metius : wie van de drie?', in: Professioneel profiel 49 (1984).
  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Harting, P. 'Oude optische werktuigen, toegeschreven aan Zacharias Janssen en eene beroemde lens van Christiaan Huygens teruggevonden', in: Album der Natuur (1867).
  • Helden, A. van. The invention of the telescope (Philadelphia 1977).
  • Ernst, B. 'Wie heeft de telescoop uitgevonden?', in: Zenit 12 (1985).
  • Harting, P. De twee gewigtigste Nederlandsche uitvindingen op natuurkundig gebied (>1859).

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J. Metz

MALE
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J. Metz was a scientific instrument maker in Dordrecht, ca 1800-1875. In 1861 he participated in the industry exhibition in Haarlem. He made medical instruments, among which: "geleidenssonde" (conductivity probe), amputation instrument, tourniquet, "kopsnepper" (instrument for bleeding).

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (several instruments).

Residence

  • Dordrecht 

Occupation

  • Medical instrument maker 1861~, Dordrecht

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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A. Mels

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Mels was a lens grinder around 1709.

Collection: Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht (lens).

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Occupation

  • lens grinder 1709~

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Provenance

  • Leersum, E.C. van. Catalogus van de geschiedkundige tentoonstelling van natuur- en geneeskunde te houden te Leiden 27 Maart - 10 April 1907, ter gelegenheid van het Elfde Nederlandsch Natuur- en Geneeskundig Congres (Leiden 1907).

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Jean Joris

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Instrument maker from Antwerp. Joris made mathematical instruments and resided on Rue Bien-être 52 and Rue de Jérusalem 5.

Residence

  • Antwerpen 1890 - 1894

Occupation

  • Instrument maker 1890 - 1894, Antwerpen

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Lodewijk Barend Kagenaar

MALE
1874 - 1936

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Succeeded his father as the owner of an instrument factory in 1920. Kagenaar sr. sold instruments made in its own factory, but also instruments made by foreign instrument making factories. The company made and sold physiological, ophthalmological, physical and medical instruments. Almost half of the production was exported. After Lodewijk's death, the company was dis-incorporated.

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  • Instrument maker 1820~ - 1936, Utrecht

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Gerard van Keulen

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1678 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1726

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Gerard van Keulen was a chart maker, publisher and cross-staff maker in the Nieuwebrugsteeg in Amsterdam, from 1704-1726. He became a poorter (citizen) and was admitted to the book sellers guild in 1704, and that year took over the family firm 'In de Gekroonde Lootsman' from his father Johannes van Keulen (1). After Gerard's death, in 1726, his son Johannes van Keulen (2) succeeded him in the firm. A cross-staff by him dated 1724 is preserved.

Collection: Universiteitsmuseum, Utrecht.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 1704 - 1726

Occupation

  • Instrument maker, publisher and cartographer 1704 - 1726, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. The cross-staff: history and development of a navigational instrument. (Amsterdam/Zutphen 1994).
  • Keulen, E.O. van, W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns et al, 'In de Gekroonde Lootsman': het kaarten-, boekuitgevers en instrumentenmakershuis Van Keulen te Amsterdam 1680-1885. (Utrecht 1989).
  • Kuile, S. ter and W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam 1999).
  • Vries, Dirk de et al, The Van Keulen Cartography 1680-1885. (Alphen a/d Rijn, 2005).

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J. Maijer

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Surgical instrument maker, ca 1800 - 1880.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (several instruments).

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  • surgical instrument maker 1850~, Utrecht

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Tjepke Lykles

MALE
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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Lijkles, Tjepke

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Compass maker in Harlingen around 1749.

Residence

  • Harlingen 

Occupation

  • compass maker 1749~, Harlingen

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Provenance

  • De quotisatiekohieren : namen, beroepen en welstand van de Friese bevolking in 1749, dl. III (Leeuwarden 1983).

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Referentie: Proceedings, volume 19, deel 1 (1917), 167-174

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Referentie: Proceedings, volume 19, deel 1 (1917), 219-225

Authors

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Keywords

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Referentie: Proceedings, volume 19, deel 2 (1917), 242-248

Authors

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Referentie: Proceedings, volume 19, deel 2 (1917), 248-255

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