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Richard Fagg Wmz.

MALE
12-10-1847 - N/A

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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Nautical instrument maker who lived and worked on the Nieuwendijk, Vlissingen (Zeeland). He made compasses and canvas (for sailing). He sold his company on 31 / 12 / 1891 to John van Boven.

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  • instrument maker 1860~ - 1891, Vlissingen

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Velde, Isaardus Gerbensz van den
  • Gerbens, Isaard
  • Felde, Idsaard van den

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Idsaard Gerbens van den Velde was a scientific instrument maker from Franeker. In 1768 he is mentioned there as a telescope maker. According to Van Swinden, Van den Velde 'made excellent telescopes'. In about 1780 Van den Velde moved to Haarlem as a general scientific instrument maker. At a later date he joined the scientific instrument factory of Jacob Hendrik Onderdewijngaart Canzius in Delft, which existed between 1797 and 1809.

Collections: Museum Boerhaave Leiden, Louwman Collection of Historic Telescopes, Wassenaar.

Residence

  • Franeker 1768 - 1779
  • Haarlem 1780

Occupation

  • scientific instrument maker 1768 - 1780~, Franeker
  • scientific instrument maker 1780~, Haarlem

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Gerard Bernhard Hendrik Filbri

MALE
Delft, Netherlands 12-01-1811 - Delft, Netherlands 31-03-1883

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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Scientific instrument maker from Delft. Son of the instrument maker Gerard Bernard Anton Filbri (c. 1769-1830). He married Johanna Elisabeth Christiana Samson (d. Delft 1904). After his father's death in 1830, Filbri took over his workshop in Delft. Thanks to P.J. Kipp, who in 1834 established an instrument trading company in Delft, the Filbri firm did rather well. The Kipp company did not have a workshop of its own until 1881. Since its foundation the company contracted out the manufacture and repair of instruments to G.B.H. Filbri's workshop. Between 1830 and 1880 Filbri made surgical, physical and chemical instruments, mostly sold by Kipp, but also retailed by J. Pohl in The Hague. In 1857 Filbri owned a house at the Molslaan. In the Delft Adresboekje of that year he is the only Filbri mentioned as instrumentmaker. In 1880, for reasons of health Filbri had to stop working. Nevertheless the Delft Adresboekje of 1881 mentions 'G.B.H. Filbri, instrumentmaker' at Oosteinde 15. His son Johannis Maarten Filbri continued the workshop at the same address, but when in 1881 J.W. Giltay became the director of the Kipp company their cooperation with the Filbri workshop was seized. Then two of his sons (G.B.H. jr. en M.P.) already had left Delft.

Collections: none.

Residence

  • Delft 1830 - 1880

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1830 - 1880, Delft

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Provenance

  • H.C. Pouls, De Landmeter: Inleiding in de geschiedenis van de Nederlandse Landmeetkunde (Alphen a/d Rijn, 1997).
  • M. Rooseboom, Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).

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Lodewijk Primavesi

MALE
1740~ - N/A

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Primaues, L.
  • Primaeusi, Lodk

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Primavesi was barometer and thermometer maker, ca. 1740-1775 in Amsterdam. Until ca. 1760 he was associated with his father Frans Primavesi. In 1766 he was a witness at the baptism of a child of his colleague Carel Ruspinus. Since 1770 Primavesi worked as a companion of Bianchi. Probably he continued the firm (Bianchi Primavesi & Comp.) with his father.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden (thermometer), Universiteitsmuseum Utrecht (barometers signed: 'L. Primauesi Fec. Amsterdam' | '2 Amst. 1740').

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Occupation

  • Barometer and thermometer maker 1740 - 1775, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Bolle, B. Barometers in beeld (Lochem 1983).

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Jonas Pohl

MALE
Offenbach, Germany 1812 - Den Haag, Netherlands 1877

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Pohl was medical instrument maker in The Hague (Wagenstraat and Hofspui) from 1854. The company 'J. Pohl' (operating until 1924 and after that as Franken-Pohl) produced and sold medical instruments and articles. He was uncle of Louis Pohl.

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Occupation

  • medical instrument maker 1854~ - [..1877], Den Haag

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Petrus Plancius

MALE
Dranoutre, Belgium 1552 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 15-05-1622

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Platevoet, Pierre
  • Planc, Pierre

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Plancius was clergyman but also astronomer, cartographer, geographer, mathematician and instrument maker. He came to Amsterdam in 1585 and was teacher in navigation. He made an instrument for finding the longitude on sea (for which he received a patent of the Staten van Holland). He delivered globes and sea maps: it is uncertain whether he made these himself. Plancius 'made' three globes with Pieter van den Keere. Plancius was the author and Van den Keere the publisher. Was associated with, among others: Jodocus Hondius, Hessel Gerrits and Willem Barents.

Collection: Maritiem Museum Prins Hendrik Rotterdam, Scheepvaart Museum Amsterdam, Skokloster Sweden, Museo Astronomico, Rome.

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Occupation

  • Instrument maker , Amsterdam
  • teacher of navigation , Amsterdam
  • clergyman 

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Provenance

  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Losman, A. en I. Sigurdsson. Äldre vetenskapliga Instrument på Skokloster : Scientific Instruments of the 16th-18th centuries at Skokloster Castle (Uppsala 1975).
  • Keuning, J. Petrus Plancius : theoloog en geograaf 1552-1622 (Amsterdam 1946).
  • Krogt, Peter van der. Old globes in the Netherlands : a catalogue of terrestrial and celestial globes made prior to 1850 and preserved in Dutch collections (Utrecht 1984).

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Wiki Data: Q333534
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/49256188

Octavio Pisani

MALE
Napoli, Italy 1575~ - N/A

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Pisani, Ottavio

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Pisani was cartographer and astronomer, born in Napels around 1575, moved to Antwerp in 1613. Had contact with Odon van Maelcote, Keppler and Galilei. He made an armillary sphere

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  • Astronomer and cartographer 1613~, Antwerpen

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Wiki Data: Q65960825
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Hendrik Pietersz.

MALE
Elburg, Netherlands N/A - [..1707]

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Hendrik Pietersz., from Elburg, was a cross-staff maker in the Haarlemmerstraat in Amsterdam, in 1677 and 1686. Two cross-staffs by him are on record.

Collections: Private collections in Amsterdam and Enkhuizen.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 

Occupation

  • Cross-staff maker 1677~ - 1686, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J. 'The cross-staff ten years later: an update with recently found examples', in: Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 80 (2004).
  • Morzer Bruyns, W.F.J. The Cross-Staff: History and Development of a Navigational Instrument. (Amsterdam/Zutphen, 1994).

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Johann Pieterman

MALE
1880 - N/A

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Around 1920 Pieterman started a glass company with H.C. Brinkers in Rotterdam. They made (a.o.) concave glass, which was used for glass devices for labs. After World War II the name of the company is changed into Applikon B.V. (Schiedam).

Residence

  • Rotterdam 1920

Occupation

  • owner of a glass making company 1920, Rotterdam

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Henri Zondervan

MALE
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A mahogany barometer signed by 'H. Zondervan, Sittard' was auctioned in 1976.

Residence

  • Sittard 1850~

Occupation

  • Barometer maker 1850~, Sittard

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Provenance

  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J., Alphabetical list of Dutch instrument makers compiled by W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns (Amsterdam 1986).

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Wiki Data: Q2036455
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/32762889

Simon Jan Pontenz. Abbe

MALE
Amsterdam, Netherlands 1467 - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1549

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Abbe Jan Pontenz., Simon

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Pontenz was a compass maker at the St. Olofspoort in Amsterdam. Son of Jan Pont.

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  • instrument maker 1500~ - 1549, Amsterdam
  • compass maker , Amsterdam

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  • Kuile, S. ter; W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers ca. 1580-1850 (Amsterdam 1999), 94.

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Abraham Groengraft

MALE
N/A - N/A

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Groengragt, Abraham

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Maker of balance scales in the Kalverstraat, Amsterdam. After Groengraft passed away his was (possibily) succeeded by his daughter. Eventually, balance maker and "ijkmeester" Jacob L'Admiraal (his son in law) took over the Groengragt business. Groengraft was appointed as "ijkmeester" at 28 January 1718.

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Occupation

  • instrument maker and ijkmeester 1701~, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Wittop Koning, D.A. and G.M.M. Houben. 2000 jaar gewichten in de Nederlanden (Lochem/Poperinge 1980).
  • Resolutien van de Heeren Staaten van Holland en Westvriesland (1745), 204.

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Hendrik Wolthuysen

MALE
1725~ - Amsterdam, Netherlands 1797-01

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Wolthuijsen, Hendrik

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Hendrik Wolthuysen was a compass maker on the Geldersekade in Amsterdam, in 1749, when he became poorter (citizen). From 1796-1797 he lived in the Foeliestraat.

Collection: No work by him is on record.

Residence

  • Amsterdam 1749 - 1797

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1749~ - 1797, Amsterdam
  • compass maker , Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Kuile, S. ter en W.F.J. Mörzer Bruyns, Amsterdamse kompasmakers van ca.1580-ca.1850. (Amsterdam 1999), 109-110.
  • Rooseboom, M. Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst ca 1580-1850. (Amsterdam 1999).

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Wytze Foppes

MALE
Dongjum, Netherlands 16-09-1707 - Leeuwarden, Netherlands 08-02-1778

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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Dongjuma, Wytze Foppes

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Scientific instrument maker in Leeuwarden. Originally trained as a carpenter, Foppes eventually became a surveyor and scientific instrument maker. Around 1750, he settled as a telescope and microscope maker. He made also medical, mathematical and surveying instruments. He made two trigonometric machines for Stadholder Willem IV, one of which was donated to the Leiden University by Willem's widow, Anna van Hannover. Foppes made astronomical observations, in 1760 the Gedeputeerde Staten of Friesland awarded him a grant of 250 guilders to build a device for observing the transit of Venus, in June 1761. He was also assigned an observation site, the Cammingaburg just outside Leeuwarden. Foppes Dongjuma also invented a magnetic variometer, probably in 1765.

Collections: Museum Boerhaave, Leiden, Universiteitsmuseum, Utrecht, Universiteitsmuseum, Groningen, Eisinga-Planetarium, Franeker, Scheepvaartmuseum, Amsterdam (a Holland circle).

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Occupation

  • scientific instrument maker and astronomical observer 1751 - 1775, Leeuwarden

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Provenance

  • Clercq, P. de., ‘A Princely Piece from Friesland. The ‘‘Trigonometrical Instrument’’ of Wytze Foppes’, Bulletin of the Scientific Instrument Society 47 (1995), 14-16.
  • Grooss, K. 'Chirurgische instrumentenverzameling'', in: F.G. Huisman, Gezond weer op in Groningen : gezondheidszorg en medisch beroep 1500-1900 (Groningen 1993).
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Mörzer Bruyns, W.F.J, 'Lijst van instrumenten in de verzameling van het Nederlandsch Historisch Scheepvaart Museum Amsterdam'. (Amsterdam 1971).
  • Zuidervaart, H.J., Speculatie, wetenschap en vernuft : fysica & astronomie volgens Wytze Foppes Dongjuma (1707-1778), instrumentmaker te Leeuwarden (Leeuwarden 1995).
  • Zuidervaart, H.J. 'Reflecting 'Popular Culture' : The Introduction, Diffusion, and Construction of the Reflecting Telescope in the Netherlands', Annals of Science 61, afl. 4 (2004), 407-452.
  • Zuidervaart, H.J., Van 'Konstgenoten' en hemelse fenomenen. Nederlandse sterrenkunde in de achttiende eeuw (Rotterdam 1999).

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Wiki Data: Q919585
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/50035263

M. de Wit

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In 1917 dr. M. de Wit founded the instrument making firm 'De Wit' in Hengelo. Produced mostly measurement instruments, like manometers. Currently the company is part of B.V. Instrumentenfabriek I.F.G. de Wit in Roden.

Collection: Museum Boerhaave Leiden.

Residence

  • Hengelo 

Occupation

  • Founder and owner of an instrument company 1917, Hengelo

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  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Petrus ab Aggere

MALE
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  • Boerhaave (instrumentenmakers)

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  • Rampaart, Petrus van
  • Aggerius, Petrus

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Flemish scientific instrument maker and map engraver, who founded a Spanish school of instrument makers. He is known as the maker of Made several mathematical instruments, including sundials, ring dials, astronomical compendia and simple theodolites.

In the late sixteenth century he worked in Brussels. However, a signed instrument dating from the early 1560s suggests that at this time he was working in Madrid. An instrument preserved in Florence specifies Toledo as its place of manufacture.

Residence

  • Madrid 1562
  • Brussel 1558
  • Toledo 1560

Occupation

  • scientific instrument maker 1562~, Madrid
  • scientific instrument maker 1558~ - 1562~, Brussel

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Jacobus van Akerval

MALE
Leiden, Netherlands 14-12-1727 - Leiden, Netherlands 20-06-1797

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Akerval was a maker of surgical and other instruments. He succeeded (his uncle?) Adriaan van Beijeren in 1757 (his mother was Elizabeth van Beijeren).
Akerval was employed by Leiden University until May 1778 and was succeeded in 1779 by Jacobus Jongbloed.

Collection: no signed instruments known.

Residence

  • Leiden 1757 - 1778

Occupation

  • Surgical instrument maker 1757 - 1778 - Universiteit Leiden, Leiden

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Provenance

  • Alb. Studiosorum Leiden (Den Haag 1875), 1059: "21 febr. 1758 Jacobus Akerval Lugduno. Batavus. Famulus instrument anatom. Universit. 30"
  • Lit: Ord. Cur. 8 mei 1758 (Arch. Cur. Deel 95 p. 542)

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Johannes Wilten

MALE
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Wilten made lab instruments in the early twentieth century. Founded the company: 'Joh. Wilten Laboratorium Instrumenten' in Utrecht in 1921 (later: 'Joh. Wilten-Utrecht N.V. Laboratorium benodigdheden' in De Bilt).

Residence

  • Utrecht 
  • De Bilt 

Occupation

  • Founder of a company making lab instruments 1921

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Provenance

  • Archive Museum Boerhaave

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Clemens Gerardus Franciscus van Arcken

MALE
Deventer, Netherlands 01-07-1822 - Batavia, Dutch Indies 27-09-1885

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Arcken was a scientific instrument maker in Amsterdam. He made astronomical instruments, chronometers and watches. He exhibited in Amsterdam (1859). Between 1856 and 1888, he delivered several timepieces to the Royal Dutch Navy. He made a meridiometer for which he received an award from two French scientific societies.

Collections: Museum Boerhaave (compteur or seconds counter), 'Kruisherenklooster', Sint Agatha (Belgium)

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  • instrument maker 1856~ - 1888~, Amsterdam

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Denys Audebert

MALE
Argentan, France 1685~ - Amsterdam, Netherlands 23-01-1763

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Scientific instrument maker from Argentan, France, who had a workshop in Amsterdam. In 1735 he was granted a patent from the States of Holland for the construction of globes and armillary spheres (terrestrial and celestial) with integrated clockwork. In 1736 he presented his work in a publication, called Beschrijving over de beweegbare globes (Amsterdam 1736). Audebert married Johanna van Grol on 25 August 1709 in the Walloon Church in Amsterdam.

Collection: Victoria & Albert Museum, London (watch)

Residence

  • Amsterdam [..1735] - 1763

Occupation

  • instrument maker 1734 - 1763, Amsterdam

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Provenance

  • Britten, F.J., Old clocks and watches & their makers (London 1932), 694.
  • Rooseboom, M., Bijdrage tot de geschiedenis der instrumentmakerskunst in de noordelijke Nederlanden (Leiden 1950).
  • Beschrijving over de beweegbaare globes, die gemaakt en verkogt worden met previlegie door Denys Audebert, horlogiemaaker op het Rokin over de Gapersteeg t' Amsterdam (Amsterdam 1736).
  • [Ebeling, E.], Naamlijst en korte beschrijving van wis- en natuurkundige werktuigen, bij één verzameld door mr. E. Ebeling (Amsterdam 1789).

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Wiki and VIAF

Wiki Data: Q65960544
VIAF: http://viaf.org/viaf/281824708

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Wie stelt de wet: de wetgever of de rechter?

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 52, nummer 3 (1989), 85-94

Authors

Scheltema, M.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (16 pagina's, 4.08 M)

Economie, gezien door juristen

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 51, nummer 7 (1988), 229-258

Authors

Verloren van Themaat, P.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (34 pagina's, 13.84 M)

The reality effect in the writing of history; the dynamics of historigraphical topology

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 52, nummer 1 (1989), 1-37

Authors

Ankersmit, F.R.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (38 pagina's, 14.72 M)

Rechterlijk activisme en rechterlijke terughoudendheid

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 52, nummer 3 (1989), 115-118

Authors

Gerven, W. van

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (9 pagina's, 1.67 M)

Bijdrage tot de structurele interpretatie van het Christendom

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 52, nummer 4 (1989), 127-156

Authors

Haersolte, R.A.V. van

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (36 pagina's, 11.91 M)

Naar aanleiding van de taalkaart van morgen

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 42, nummer 5 (1979), 163-182

Authors

Weijnen, A.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (23 pagina's, 8.37 M)

Fugitieven en passanten

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 43, nummer 2 (1980), 25-60

Authors

Prins, W.F.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (40 pagina's, 14.54 M)

Botsing van grondrechten

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 46, nummer 7 (1983), 183-204

Authors

Hoeven, J. van der

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (24 pagina's, 9.17 M)

Enige problemen in het Nederlands belastingrecht

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 44, nummer 1 (1981), 1-30

Authors

Geppaart, Ch.P.A.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (30 pagina's, 10.21 M)

August Vermeylen en het tijdschrift "Van nu en straks"

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 44, nummer 2 (1981), 35-57

Authors

Elslander, A. van

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (26 pagina's, 9.29 M)

Het toneel in de Amsterdamse schouwburg van 1637

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 22, nummer 4 (1959), 137-172

Authors

Hunningher, B.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (39 pagina's, 16.48 M)

Authors

Hermesdorf, B.H.D.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (72 pagina's, 28.46 M)

De diagnostische waarde van bewijsmiddelen

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 58, nummer 3 (1995), 81-96

Authors

Wagenaar, W.A.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (14 pagina's, 3.46 M)

Macht en gezag van de Duitse bezetter

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 53, nummer 4 (1990), 115-159

Authors

Lammers, C.J.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (52 pagina's, 18.42 M)

Heinrich Heine: de tijdloze tijdgenoot

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 54, nummer 7 (1991), 189-213

Authors

Dunk, H.W. von der

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (30 pagina's, 10.02 M)

Marktwerking en werkloosheid in Nederland in de jaren dertig en tachtig

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 54, nummer 3 (1991), 69-83

Authors

Kuipers, S.K.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (40 pagina's, 11.34 M)

Initia Calvini: The matrix of Calvin's Reformation

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 54, nummer 4 (1991), 111-147

Authors

Oberman, H.A.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (44 pagina's, 17.56 M)

Verborgen betekenissen in de dichtkunst van Geoffrey Chaucer

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 54, nummer 5 (1991), 153-162

Authors

North, J.D.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (14 pagina's, 4.69 M)

Nihil obstat in story telling?

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 55, nummer 8 (1992), 289-307

Authors

Bonebakker, S.A.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (24 pagina's, 8.69 M)

De post-epistemologische filosofie van Richard Rorty

Referentie: Mededelingen Letterkunde, Nieuwe Reeks, deel 56, nummer 1 (1993), 19-24

Authors

Nuchelmans, G.

Keywords

N/A

Download als pdf file (6 pagina's, 1.86 M)

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