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R002 regulator182
 
Regulator with Remontoir "Modèle royal".Robert Robin (1741-1799) and Joseph Coteau (1740-1812).Paris, Louis XVI period, circa 1780

R012 regulator182
 
Important Regulator with Equation of Time and Remontoire d’Egalité. Robert Robin Case Attributed to Ferdinand Schwerdfeger Dial Attributed to Joseph Coteau Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1788

R011 regulator182
 
Exceptional Regulator with Complications. Jean-Simon Bourdier Case Attributed to Ferdinand Schwerdfeger Dials by Joseph Coteau Paris, late Louis XVI period, circa 1785-1790
  La Pendulerie

Exeptional Clocks & Fine Arts
   

1699 regulator182
 
18th Century English regulator
  Charles Edwin Inc.

Fine antique clocks
barometers & interesting scientific instruments
  

t04 regulator182
 

L15 regulator182
 

Bijzonder fraaie en importante staande regulateur met kalender en equatie, gesigneerd 'Robin au Galeries du Louvre', Frankrijk ca. 1790/1800

  Van Brug Collection

Fine Antique Clocks and fine Art
   

9431 regulator182
 
Eighteenth-Century Louis XVI precision regulator with one-month duration.
  Jacques Neve

Clocks in Belgium
   

rr151 regulator182
 

JEAN-LOUIS BOUCHET PARIS. A Louis XV astronomical longcase regulator, c. 1765. Height: 230 cm.

  Desk Diary Project

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