ANTIQUE PRECISION ANEMOMETER WIND SPEED INDICATOR E TS MAXANT PARIS
ANTIQUE & RARE Precision Anemometer MARKED : E ts MAXANT PARIS This instrument comes in the original case Very high quality instrument for measuring the speed of the wind Very good condition. Measurements CASE: approx 2.95 inch HIGH, 8.46 inch Length and 2.95 inch Wide 7.5 cm HIGH, 21.5 cm Length and 12cm Wide
Leon Maxant was born in 1856 and died 1936
1856manufacturers of barometers and other measuring instruments
The history of the Maxant House is characterized by mergers with companies with the rich traditions of watchmaking and precision mechanics from the first half of the 19th century.
Léon-Charles Maxant (1856-1936) began in 1879 with the production of watch movements. In 1887, he took over the "Maison Desbordes", a long-established company, founded in 1824 and headquartered until the year 1865, in 20, Rue Saint Pierre Popincourt, then at 26, rue des Fossés of the Temple.
Desbordes said, such as its physical mathematical optical nautical instruments, as well as safety devices for steam engines.
Closed in 1877, production at 64 rue de Saintonge has been relocated.
Maxant is undoubtedly with the tradition of the initial purchase and marketed from now on is called:
Precision Instruments, Léon Maxant Sr. - 64, rue de Saintonge - Paris, founded in 1824.
The company produced everything that had to do with the pressure or the measurement of the air pressure, namely barometers, manometers, barograph.
In addition, pyrometers, thermometers, thermograph, laboratory equipment, dynamometer, lap counter, naval instruments and much more.
Leon Maxant died in 1936.
- Anémomètre, Leon Maxant, Paris
- Aluminium, laiton nickelé
- Leon Maxant
- Ets Maxant Paris
- Période estimée
- Première moitié du XXe siècle
- Pays d’origine
- Bon état - quelques usures et tâches dues à l’âge
- 21×11×8 cm
- 736 g