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Invention of the Cross from BL Royal 19 B XVII, f. 126

Invention of the Cross from BL Royal 19 B XVII, f. 126

Miniature of Helena and Judas digging out the Cross, with a partial border and two foliate initials 'L'(invencion). Image taken from f. 126 of Legenda aurea. Written in French.

Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel ou sont contenues plusieurs figures de l'invention de maitre François Rabelais
Giulio Bonasone - [L'invention de la poudre à feu]
Les Songes Drolatiques de Pantagruel ou sont contenues plusieurs figures de l'invention de maitre François Rabelais
Préparatif pour le départ du Prince et Princesse des Nabots. L'incomparable Baron de Catagon leur présentes une Nouvelle Coeffure, do son Invention, qui lui merité le glorieux titre de Restaurateur des Nabots

Préparatif pour le départ du Prince et Princesse des Nabots. L'incompa...

probably after Louis Berthet (French, active Paris, late 18th century)

The Invention of the Cross, Flanders
Decoration de Theatre du ballet de Thetis represente en machine au Petit Bourbon devant leurs Majesté de l'invention de Jacq. Torelli Italien
Plan des machines a forer et a tourner les canons de la invention du l'invention du
Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 35)
Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 34)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 53)
Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 27)
Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 39)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 46)
Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 48)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 1)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 25)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 44)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 18)
Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 40)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 52)
Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 43)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 53)
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Targhe ed altri ornati di varie e capricciose invenzioni (Cartouches and other ornaments of various and capricious invention, page 47)
Model for a Proposed Monument to Commemorate the Invention of the Balloon, Paris, France
Model for a Proposed Monument to Commemorate the Invention of the Balloon
Brevet d'Invention. Chapeaux de soie d'une seule pièce...
The Invention of the Art of Drawing (the daughter of Butades of Sicyon and her Lover)
The Invention of the Art of Drawing (the daughter of Butades of Sicyon and her Lover)
H. R. 174. December 22, 1837 ... A bill to provide compensation to James Barron for the use of his invention called "A ventilator of ships." [Washington, 1837].

H. R. 174. December 22, 1837 ... A bill to provide compensation to Jam...

25th Congress, 2d session. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 231, Folder 17.

Domestic roving and spinning machine. This very important and useful invention for roving and spinning cotton and wool, has been secured to the subscribers by letters patent ... [n. d.]

Domestic roving and spinning machine. This very important and useful i...

Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 27, Folder 33.

A valuable invention for booksellers, librarians, clergymen and reading-men. Ive's book brace ... [New York 185-M].
Valuable invention! Highly important to farmers! C. H. Dana's premium hand corn planter. [1855].
Lincoln's invention.
Moteur hydrostatique & a base de tous liquides à mouvement perpetuel relatif, c'est-à-dire, soumis à la casse, à l'usure des pièces, à l'entretien de sa base & à la volanté de l'homme / Invention de J.B. Métivier, 1867, Paris.

Moteur hydrostatique & a base de tous liquides à mouvement perpetuel r...

Design drawings for a hydrostatic motor capable of up to 100,000 horse power, for use in air, sea and land transportation, invented by J.B. Metivier in 1867. (Source: A.G. Renstrom, LC staff, 1981-82). Title fr... More

Invention of printing - Gutenberg taking the first proof

Invention of printing - Gutenberg taking the first proof

Gutenberg with 3 other people and printing press. Steel engraving copyrighted by Johnson, Fry & Co. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card. Caption card tracings: Printing...; Artists, Publ... More

Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Alexander Melville Bell, Eliza Symonds Bell, Carrie Bell, November 14, 1874
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Alexander Melville Bell, Eliza Symonds Bell, Carrie Bell, November 14, 1874
Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, 1876
Drawing by Alexander Graham Bell, 1876
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Elisha Gray, January 11, 1877
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Elisha Gray, January 11, 1877
Letter from John Peirce to Alexander Graham Bell, July 7, 1877
Circular by James C. Watson, February 25, 1879
Brevet d'invention, capital 3 millions
Circular by James C. Watson, February 25, 1879
Circular, February 27, 1879
Valuable invention!. Dana's premium cultivator ... [West Lebanon, N. H. 1855].

Valuable invention!. Dana's premium cultivator ... [West Lebanon, N. H...

Title.; On verso: M.C. #09-82-038.179. Available also through the Library of Congress web site in two forms: as facsimile page images and as full text in SGML. Printed Ephemera Collection; Portfolio 93, Folder 32.

Agreement, January 12, 1886
Agreement, January 12, 1886
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Arthur McCurdy, February 8, 1902
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Arthur McCurdy, February 8, 1902
[Thomas Alva Edison, 1847-1931, three-quarter length portrait, standing, in laboratory]

[Thomas Alva Edison, 1847-1931, three-quarter length portrait, standin...

Photo copyrighted by Pach. This record contains unverified, old data from caption card.

Machinery Palace filled with the wonders of modern invention (view S. E. ), World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.

Machinery Palace filled with the wonders of modern invention (view S. ...

H54138 U.S. Copyright Office. No. 30. Title from item.

Machinery Palace filled with the wonders of modern invention (view S. E. ), World's Fair, St. Louis, U. S. A.
Letter from Alexander Graham Bell to Thomas A. Watson, January 25, 1905
[George Washington Carver, full-length portrait, standing in field, probably at Tuskegee, holding piece of soil]

[George Washington Carver, full-length portrait, standing in field, pr...

Booker T. Washington Collection (Library of Congress). Original negative may be available: LC-J694-520

Thomas Alva Edison on cover of Scientific American.
Alexander Graham Bell at the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the 1876 invention of the telephone, Boston, Mass., 1916 / photo by Richard W. Sears.

Alexander Graham Bell at the unveiling of a plaque commemorating the 1...

Title from item. Blind stamp on lower right: Photo by Richard W. Sears, Boston. Forms part of: Gilbert H. Grosvenor Collection of Photographs of the Alexander Graham Bell Family (Library of Congress).

Airplanes - Radio Equipment - Navy's latest flying boat F-5-L showing wireless telephone and telegraph operator at work. Shows fuselage of Navy's latest flying beat F-5-L. The flying beat is fully equipped carrying the latest invention in the way of wireless telephone and telegraph. The machine carries four people and 230 aeroplane bombs, and is armed with 10 Lewis machine guns and one Davis gun. From Keystone View Co

Airplanes - Radio Equipment - Navy's latest flying boat F-5-L showing ...

Photographer: Keystone View Co. Airplanes - Radio Equipment

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - England - Making splints for wounded soldiers. Corner of the Plastic room of the Surgical Appliances association in Mulberry Walk, Chelsea, where papier mache splints are made. Each splint is designed to fit the particular limb for which it is intended. A plaster cast is taken at the hospital of the injured limb (a cast of a badly deformed limb is seen in the background) and the splint is modelled on the cast in paier mache, which by the invention of one of the American women connected with the institution, has been rendered antiseptic and waterproof. The splints are cheap, durable, light, and very comfortable. All the surgical splints and similar apparatus for American soldiers in England have been made in London by this organization. It is supported by the American Red Cross

American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - England - Making spli...

Photographer: American Red Cross American Red Cross - Classes in Red Cross Work - England

I don't mind, Henry : what is your invention?

I don't mind, Henry : what is your invention?

Gift; Ernest Fuhr estate; (DLC/PP-1934:0111). Forms part of: Cabinet of American illustration (Library of Congress). Published in: "Progress" by St. John Ervine, Saturday evening post, 194:10 (Feb. 11, 1922).

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