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Nose spectacles with a turn-pin bridge, perhaps Greek, somewhat crude, in a decorated banjo style brass case dated 1816, Vascellari Collection
Nose spectacles with a turn-pin bridge, perhaps Greek, somewhat crude, in a decorated banjo style brass case dated 1816, Vascellari Collection

G. D. Cerrini (1609-1681), The Holy Family, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica di Palazzo Corsini, Rome, Italy.   Copyright courtesy of the Superintendency of Rome (S.P.S.A.E.A Roma)
G. D. Cerrini (1609-1681), The Holy Family, Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Antica di Palazzo Corsini, Rome, Italy. Copyright courtesy of the Superintendency of Rome (S.P.S.A.E.A Roma)

Cap spectacles, somewhat similar to Adam’s patent spectacles, tortoiseshell and wood, original lenses, end of 18th century, more than likely unique
Cap spectacles, somewhat similar to Adam’s patent spectacles, tortoiseshell and wood, original lenses, end of 18th century, more than likely unique

Large choir stall, representing a picture bible, oak and walnut, Baroque art sculpted by J.P. Frölicher, U. Füeg, J.V. Wüest, J. Kiefer, W. Handschuer, Burgtli's Son. M. Frank etc., between 1700 – 1706, in the (former) Abbey Church of St. Urban, Switzerland
Large choir stall, representing a picture bible, oak and walnut, Baroque art sculpted by J.P. Frölicher, U. Füeg, J.V. Wüest, J. Kiefer, W. Handschuer, Burgtli's Son. M. Frank etc., between 1700 – 1706, in the (former) Abbey Church of St. Urban, Switzerland

Oval frame, heavy metal, unusual sides with turn-pin extensions, circa 1850, BOA Museum
Two early rimless pince nez, probably Italian, Museum of the History of Medicine, Zurich


 


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