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I. 1 Portugal, 1616, NIM Mariner's Astrolabe, 1616 (NMM-58) = Christie-NY 6/14/88 = ADL-A275. National Maritime Museum Registry of Mariner's Astrolabe; from the Atocha wreck. A. Stimson 3; ADL; RSW.
I. 2 Germany, c.1702, MIM Terrestrial Globe = ADL-M14. also marked "D.K." and "T.P."; the "D.K." is D.K. 3 and the "T.P." is T.P. 2. Augsburg. Engelmann 1; ADL; RSW.
I.* K. Germany, MIM Gunner's Calipers = ADL-W128. the * is either a T with a downward hook on the end of the crossbar or a P with an extended shaft. RSW.
I.3 K. Germany, fl.1636-48, MIM Diptych Sundials, ivory = Drecker Coll. (1636), X (1644), NMM, NYC, PRA, ZUR, WHI, NUR, DRE, DEU, OXF, STU, ADL, Huelsmann Coll. (2), etc. Jacob Karner; some other dials are just marked "3". Nürnberg. Zinner 1; NMM 2; Gouk; Syndram; ADL; RSW.
I.A.D. see Succa. RSW.
I.A.M. 1 Germany, fl.1688-1708, MIM Ring Sundials = BM (1688), MER (1693), ZAA (1695), PRA (1695, 1696), Drecker = ADL-DPW4 (1699), UTR (1701), HAK (1704), Düsseldorf (1705), GRA (1708). Zinner 1 and 6; Evans 1; Price 3; Ward 4; de Rijk; ADL; RSW.
I.A.M. 2 England, 1695, MIM Ring Sundials = PAK-125 (1695), KEN. "The Master I.A.M. 1695" on PAK. Beevers.
I.A.M. 3 Germany, MIM Horizontal Sundial, stone = BUD. Zinner 1.
I.B. 1 1547, MIM Astrolabe, 1547 = UTR-3425 (ICA 539). appears to be c.1400; perhaps owner; may be fake; rete is Fusoris-type. Van Cittert; Michel 3; Price 1; ICA 2; RSW.
I.B. 2 Germany, 1592, MIM Nocturnal, 1592 = Rosenheim = FIN = Soth. 11/1/65 = UTO 11/2/76. RSW.
I.B. 3 16th Century, MIM Jacob's Staff, with gilt-brass cross = FLO-411. Michel 3.
I.B. 4 1663, MIM Volvelle on box, 1663 = D.(1969). RSW.
I.B. 5 1780, MIM Universal Ring Sundial, 1780 = BASH. Zinner 1.
I.B. 6 Germany?, MIM Horizontal Sundial, wood base = MUN; Compass, wood base = MUN. Zinner 1; RSW.
I.B. 7 NIM Backstaff = WHI. RSW.
I.B. 8 MIM Sundial, ivory = Fry Coll. RSW.
I.B. 9A Germany, marked on printed paper compass rose in ADL-M477, cut down to fit smaller compass. Engelmann 1; ADL; RSW.
I.B. 9B Holland, c.1625, MIM Sundial, pocket = AMST. see Joost de Beer. Amsterdam. Mörzer Bruyns 2.
I.B. 9C Jost Bürgi? Ioannes Bos? Ioannes Bosius? Ioannes Batis? RSW.
I.B. 9D Germany, c.1620, MIM Proportional Dividers = DEU. Jost Burgi; marked "Infentor et fecit." RSW.
I.B.F. Italy?, MIM SIM Trigonometer = FLO-2530. Price 2.
I.B.H. Germany, 1713-79, MIM Augsburg-type Sundial = CZJ. Johann Balthasar Heggenauer. Augsburg. Bobinger 2.
I.C. 1 1577, MIM Astronomical Compendium, round, 1577 = Soth. 5/16/57-125. RSW.
I.C. 2 Scandanavia, 1660, MIM Clog Almanac, 1660 = OXF. Maddison 1.
I.C. 3 England, c.1650, NIM Lodestone, silver-mounted = Christie 4/3/85. master mark "I.C." has mullet below; also on London caudle cup, 1659. London. RSW.
I.C.E. Germany?, 1704, MIM Vertical Sundial, round, copper, 1704 = MUN. Zinner 1.
I.C.P. Germany, MIM Horizontal Table Sundial = Eisenach Museum. 48° latitude. Zinner 1.
I.C.R. 1 Germany, 18th Century, OIM Nürnberg-type Microscopes, wood and paper = P.C., etc. the mark I C over R within a circle is burned into the base; these microscopes were produced by toy makers rather than by optical instrument makers. Nürnberg. G.L'E. Turner 16; RSW.
I.C.R. 2 Germany, fl.1795-1807, MIM Sundials, 1795, 1798, 1807 = DRE. Körber 1; RSW.
I.C.S. Germany, 1771, MIM Measuring Stick, wood, 1771 = DRE. RSW.
I.D. 1 1622, MIM Diptych Sundial, gilt-metal, 1622 = Soth. 5/10/54. signed "I.D.f." RSW.
I.D. 2 Holland, c.1656, marked on weights with coin balance by Jacob Drielenburg. RSW.
I.D. 3 England, c.1790, NIM Hadley's Quadrant = D.(1989). the initials "I.D.", with an anchor between the letters, appear on the ivory scale; probably John Dring, which see; Coffeen thought the initials might possibly stand for John Dollond but more likely to be those of John Dring. Moskowitz 122; Mörzer Bruyns 1; Coffeen 27.
I.D.F. 1621, MIM Gunnery Sight, 1621 = OXF. Price 2.
I.D.V. see D.I.V.
I.E. 1 Germany?, 1584-88, MIM Diptych Sundial, gilt-brass, 1584 = OXFB. see Johan Eickert. Zinner 1; Michel 1.
I.E. 2 1668, MIM Perpetual Calender on box, 1668 = Christie 10/12/65. RSW.
I.E. 3 1796, MIM Pocket Sundial, 1796 = SLM. RSW.
I.E.V. 18th Century, MIM Equatorial Sundial, hexagonal = P.C. RSW.
I.F. 1 Italy, MIM Universal Equatorial Sundial with Nocturnal = MADEX = NMM-D.73. gilt-brass. NMM 2; RSW.
I.F. 2 1636, MIM Rule, ebony and ivory, 1636 = MADEX. RSW.
I.F. 3 England, c.1864, MIM Sundial, 1684 = Christie 9/11/86. signed "I.F. Fecit Aprill the 18th 1684." RSW.
I.F. 4 England, 1746, NIM Backstaff, 1746 = Snowshill Manor, Glouc. also marked "Thos. Dutch, Jan. 20, 1746." RSW.
I.F.B. MIM Sundial = P.C. RSW.
I.F.F. see J.F. Kynast.
I.F.I. 1771, PHIM Money Scales, 1771 = P-B 10/28/63 (3). RSW.
I.F.K. Germany, MIM Universal Ring Sundials = ULM, Vogel, March, 1973. Zinner 1; RSW.
I.G. 1 c.1600, MIM Gunner's Level = ADL-M216. fleur-de-lys between the initials. Engelmann 1; Michel 3; Tarrasuk 1; ADL; RSW.
I.G. 2 Germany?, 1665, MIM Quadrant and Sundial, wood, 1665 = Soth. 12/9/68 = ADL-N26. ADL; RSW.
I.G. 3 Germany, 1755, MIM Vertical Sundial, round, 1755 = Galerie am Neumarkt 10/19/72. RSW.
I.G. 4 Germany?, NIM Lodestone, small, silver-bound = Kelton Coll. (1990). RSW.
I.G.H. 1 Germany, 1650, MIM see J.G.H. 1. Zinner 1.
I.G.H. 2 England, c.1725, MIM Sector = Christie 4/3/85. English sector. RSW.
I.G.H. 3 Sweden, c.1775, MIM OIM Horizontal Sundial = SWE; Magnetic Compasses = NOR (2), D. (1985); Sectors = NOR, ADL-A346; Telescopic Alidade = NOR; Mining Compass with Sundial = STM. Johan Gustaf Hasselström, which see. Stockholm. Zinner 1; Coffeen 30; ADL; RSW.
I.G.H. 4 18th Century, MIM Table Sundial, cover = Ineichen 10/18/74. RSW.
I.G.H. 5 MIM Horizontal Sundial, stone = P-B 5/16/53. RSW.
I.G.M. c.1750, MIM Horizontal Sundial, stone = Koller 11/17/75. RSW.
I.G.V. see Johann Georg Vogler; many of Vogler's Augsburg-type sundials are signed this way; another variant is "J.G.V.", which see. Zinner 1; Körber 1; Bobinger 2; Price 1 and 3; Ward 4; RSW.
I.H. 1 England, 1720, MIM Sundial, 1720 = Nottingham Museum; Ring Sundial = OXF. Evans 1; RSW.
I.H. 2 England, fl.1742-44, NIM Nocturnals, wood = Melun 4/24/83 (1744), PMM (1742). "I.H." with a star in between and the date underneath; "both bears." RSW.
I.H. 3 marked on a James Ham 1 backstaff.
I.H. 4 crudely scratched on back of artillery calipers, ADL-W128. ADL; RSW.
I.H. 5 letters conjoined; marked on dividers signed "J. Marcelli. Moskowitz 103.
I.H.K. Germany, 1723, MIM Ring Sundial, 1723 = MUN-33/193. Zinner 1; Price 2.
I.H.S. "In Hoc Signo." RSW.
I.K. 1 c.1610, MIM Diptych Sundials, ivory = ADL-DPW25, PRA, Christie 11/24/83; Drouot 4/7/87. the dial in Prague is also stamped "3", the mastermark of Jakob Karner. Nürnberg. Horsky and Skopova; ADL; RSW.
I.K. 2 Germany, 1639, MIM Instrument, 1639 = Drecker. RSW.
I.K. 3 MIM Compass Sundial = NOR. punchmark on brass hour scale. RSW.
I.K. 4 Germany, MIM Sector on Gunner's Calipers = ADL-W128. ADL; RSW.
I.K. 5 France?, 1825, MIM Gunners' Level, 1825 = Soth. 2/25/86 = D.(1987). Coffeen 15; RSW.
I.K.L. Germany, c.1680, MIM Ring Sundial = WHI-688. Bryden thought it possible that it might be J.K. Landeck; we know of Andreas Landeck and of Johann Melchior Landeck. Bryden 16; RSW.
I.L. Sweden?, c.1725, MIM Compass = X. Pipping 1.
I.L.E. MIM Compass Sundial, boxwood, barrel = ADL-A1. letters combined on the east line of compass card. ADL; RSW.
I.L.M. 1702, MIM SIM Graphometer, 1702 = P.C. Moskowitz.
I.M. 1 1609, MIM Vertical Sundial with sights, 1609 = STR. RSW.
I.M. 2 MIM Table Sundial, round, pewter = ADL-T71. modern copy; marked "42°" for latitude. Tomlinson 1; ADL; RSW.
I.M. 3 Germany, c.1791, OIM Microscopes, wood and paper = D.(1982), Prin Coll., CZJ, NOR, Soth. 3/25/86, P.C., Phillips 11/16/88, etc. Junker of Magdeburg, 1791. Nürnberg. Coffeen A; G.L'E. Turner 16; Daumas 1; Weil 2(6); Oxford Exhibition, 1947; Moskowitz 112; RSW.
I.M. 4 MIM made instruments with a fleur-de-lys as the punchmark. Zinner 1.
I.M. 5 Germany, c.1800, MIM Diptych Sundial, ivory = DeLuca 8/1/87. silver inlays and fittings. RSW.
I.M.E. Germany?, MIM Rule, wood and ivory = ULM. "I.M." over "E." RSW.
I.M.H. 1760, MIM Horizontal Table Sundial, stone, 1760 = LEI. Zinner 1.
I.M.M. Germany?, 1696, MIM Ring Sundial, 1696 = GRA-01901. Zinner 1.
I.M.S. 1 Germany, 1518, MIM Tympan for computing unequal hours = OXF. Johannes Stöffler Mathematicus. Oppenheim. RSW.
I.M.S. 2 see A.B.S.C. RSW.
I.M.V.F. 1651, MIM SIM Surveying Instrument, 1651 = PRN. looks like an astrolabe. Czech. Inv.
I.M.X.R. MIM Universal Ring Sundial = THO. the "X" is really a V overlapping an A or an inverted V. RSW.
I.M.Z.R. Germany, 18th Century, MIM Sundial = ZUR. Zinner 1.
I.N.H. Germany, MIM Augsburg-type Sundial = MUN. could be read H.N.I. RSW.
I.N.R.I. "Iesus Nazarenus Rex Iudaeorum."
I.N.W. MIM Dividers = ADL-M136i. I.N. over W. Engelmann 1; ADL; RSW.
I.P. 1 1612, MIM Perpetual Calendar, 1612 = Soth. 4/13/54. RSW.
I.P. 2 Germany, 1622, MIM Diptych Sundial, gilt-bronze, 1622 = D.(1931). Zinner 1.
I.P. 3 England, c.1670, MIM Gunter's Quadrants = NMM-Q.12; Christie-SK 4/17/86. John Prujean; also marked "OXO." Oxford. Macintyre; NMM 2; RSW.
I.P. 4 Germany, NIM Octant, brass and wood = BRE-B144. master mark of anchor; another octant with only anchor mark = BRE-B300. Zinner 1.
I.P. 5 Backstaff = PEA. "I.P." (5) is marked on the vane of of the PEA backstaff and on a "In° Deane 1742" backstaff. Wynter 1; Brewington 1.
I.P. 6 Coignet-type Nautical Hemisphere = P.C.(1976). modern English forgery. Brieux 4.
I.P.G. 1627, MIM Pillar Sundial, ivory, 1627 = FLO-1286. Michel thought it might be Gueboult of Dieppe. Zinner 1; Michel 3.
I.P.M. Germany, may be owner; these initials appear on the Soth. pair of dividers signed "C.T.M." (Christopher Trechsler Mechanicus). RSW.
I.P.R. Sweden, c.1770, MIM Variation Compass = D.(1991). Johann Petter Rosenberg, which see. Stockholm. Coffeen 35.
I.R. 1 Germany, c.1567, MIM Cube Sundial = NUR-L100. Evans 1 (?).
I.R. 2 c.1660, MIM Compass Sundials, round = X, P.C., Evans Coll. ADL-A289 compass sundial is signed "Joh. Robins" and marked "I.R." (2) on the hour scale; Evans Coll. is signed on hour scale and compass card. Evans 1; ADL; RSW.
I.R. 3 c.1700, MIM Clinometer = WHI. Olivia Brown; J.A. Bennett 2.
I.R. 4 Germany, 1764, MIM Table Sundial, stone, 1764 = SLM. Zinner 1.
I.R. 5 Poland, 1756, MIM Astronomical Ring, 1756 = TIM. signed "I.R. fecit TLVMATSNAY 1756." Tlumatsnay, Gallicia (Poland 1756). RSW.
I.R. 6 England, c.1700, NIM Nocturnal, boxwood = P.C. marked "Samuel Mason is a Knave." RSW.
I.R. 7 Germany, 16th Century, MIM Horizontal Sundial, wood = Museum of London-A3891. embossed on brass gnomon, "I.R.", I has horizontal line through it about a third of the way up; acorn incised on base. Nürnberg? Gouk 1.
I.R. 8 on ivory scales with fouled anchor, it indicates that Jesse Ramsden had divided them. J.A. Bennett 2.
I.R. 9 USA, 1776, owner's initials marked on a William Guyse Hagger backstaff at Rhode Island Historical Society, after original owner's name had been rubbed out. D.J. Warner 8.
I.S. 1 1554, MIM Ring Sundial, with expanded scale, 1554 = MUN-33/787. the initials are within a heart. Price 2; RSW.
I.S. 2 Germany, 1584, MIM Diptych Sundial, ivory, 1584 = P.C. RSW.
I.S. 3 Italy, c.1650, MIM Diptych Sundial, ivory = Christie 6/7/72. RSW.
I.S. 4 Germany, 1768, MIM Table Sundial, stone, 1768 = ING; Table Sundial, stone = VIE; Universal Ring Sundial, 1768 = GRA. Zinner 1.
I.S. 5 1801, NIM Octant, ebony and ivory = D.(1983). name almost obliterated by later name. Coffeen C.
I.S.A. on lid of Hans Troschel sundial; probably owner. Pugsley Sale; RSW.
I.S.B. 1727, MIM Bullet Calipers, 1727 = LEY. RSW.
I.S.D.S.M. 1531, MIM Astrolabe, 1531 = X (ICA-578). Price 1; ICA 2.
I.T. France, 18th Century, MIM Compass Sundials, ivory and brass = NMM-D.84, THO. NMM 2; MADEX; RSW.
I.T.P.K. Germany, MIM Gunners' Calipers with Sector = ADL-W128. the T and P are overlaid to form a combined letter; there are fleur-de-lys between the letters; "I.H." (4) is crudely engraved on the other side; steel points. ADL; RSW.
I.T.S. Europe, 18th Century, MIM SIM Surveying Compendium, case = Phillips 2/14/79. RSW.
I.V.K. Holland, MIM NIM "I.v.K." used by Johannes van Keulen 1 (1700-15), by Johannes van Keulen 3 (1725-56), by Johannes van Keulen 4 (1776-78) and by Johannes van Keulen (3) en Zoonen (1756-99); unless signed instruments are dated within one of the working periods listed above , it is difficult to assign a particular maker; see alao "J.v.K." Amsterdam. Mörzer Bruyns 1 & 2; RSW.
I.W. 1 England, 1665, MIM Gunter's Quadrant, 1665 = OXF; Nocturnal, 1665 = OXF. John Wingfield? Taylor 1(341).
I.W. 2 Germany, 1672, MIM Vertical Sundials, = Drecker Coll. (1672) = DPW, Soth. 3/25/86 (1680); Sundial = HAK. the Sotheby dial shows a crown over the initials. Zinner 1; RSW..
I.W. 3 England, 1687, MIM Pillar Sundial, 1687 = Churchyard, Areley Kings, Worc. may have been man called "the Wizard." Gatty.
I.W. 4 c.1800, MIM Garden Sundial, pewter = P.C. also marked "John Liscomb", who may have been the owner. Antique Collector's Calendar, 1974; RSW.
I.W. 5 MIM Rule, folding, wood and brass = FLO. RSW.
I.W. 6 England, c.1711, OIM Microscope, ivory, screw-barrel = KEN. made by James Wilson 1. Clay and Court.
I.W. 7 France, c.1750, MIM Drafting Set, with case = D.(1993). signed "IW" under a heart. Coffeen 43.
I.W.A.O.F. "Johannes Wiesel Augsburg Opus (?) fecit"; see Johannes Wiesel. RSW.
I.W.W.B. Germany, c.1600, MIM Gunner's Scale = ADL-M122b. also marked "403" and in the initials the first W is over a recumbant B; see "F.H.", which carries the same mark. Engelmann 1; ADL; RSW.
I.Z. 1 c.1600, MIM Ring Sundial = Soth. 2/13/58. RSW.
I.Z. 2 MIM Level = ADL-M215. signed on bottom of base. Engelmann 1; ADL; RSW.
I.Z.K. Germany, c.1650, MIM Diptych Sundial, ivory = Soth. 12/12/55. may be misreading for I.3 K., which see. RSW.
IANBOMUS, GUILLERMO Spain?, 1617, MIM Terrestrial Globe, 1617 = MAN-I62. Garcia Franco 1.
IANCELLUS CREMONENSIS Italy, c.1565, MIM Gianello Torriano; instrument maker to Charles V; made planetary automata. Cremona. North 2.
ICW., F. see F. ICW. RSW.
IGNATIUS Germany, 1777, PHIM Pneumatic Pump, 1777 = X. cited by Bernoulli. Daumas 1.
IGNELL, ERIK Sweden, c.1763, MIM took over Westberg workshop, 1763. Pipping 1.
IHLDER, W., AND CO. Germany, NIM Octant, ebony and ivory = D.(1972). Bremenhaven. RSW.
IHRMARK, JOHAN Sweden, fl.1740-81, MIM apprenticed to C.H. Werberg and Rosenberg; partner of Hasselström, 1777-81. Stockholm. Pipping 1.
IIII. R.G. marked on table sundial at POTS signed "V.H.M." Körber 1.
IJZER, M. AND L.D. VAN Holland, c.1850, MIM Rule, folding, wood = BOM Auction, 1906. Amsterdam. Mörzer Bruyns 2.
IL SILIPRANDI see Siliprandi, Il. RSW.
ILENSA AND SON England, c.1785, PHIM Wheel Barometer = Soth. 3/7/75. 5 Greville Street, London. RSW.
ILES, JAMES FREDERICK England, c.1836, MIM 30 Jamaica Street, Commercial Road, London. O'Mara.
ILES, JOHN England, 1725, MIM Garden Sundial, 1725 = APS. London. Multhauf 1; RSW.
ILLINGER, JOHANNES Austria, 1733-1800, MIM OIM made telescopes and an azimuth quadrant for the Kremsmünster Observatory. Kremsmünster. Zinner 1.
ILLINGWORTH, JOHN England, PHIM Stick Barometers = X, D.(1979). Halifax. Goodison 1; RSW.
ILOTT, THOMAS England, PHIM barometer maker. Bell 2.
IMISON, JOHN England, fl.1783-1808, MIM OIM author. Manchester. Taylor 2(855).
IMMISCH England, PHIM thermometer maker; see Moritz and Immisch. London. RSW.
IMMSER, PHILIPP Germany, fl.1538-58, MIM Sundial inside base of table clock, 1554 = BM; Astronomical Clock = VIT. mathematician; clock designer; see Emmoser. Tübingen. Zinner 1; Mucke 2; Vincent 1.
IMPAY SON AND CO. see Imray Son and Co. Garcia Franco 1.
IMRAY see Blachford and Imray.
IMRAY AND CO. England, c.1835, NIM OIM PHIM James Imray; Frederick Wiggins worked for the firm, c.1835. London. Taylor 2(2273).
IMRAY AND SON England, c.1850, NIM PHIM Stick Barometer = GMM. James Imray. 102 Minories, London. RSW.
IMRAY SONS AND CO. England, c.1860, PHIM Marine Sympiesometer = Soth.-SK 7/23/87. 89-102 Minories, London. RSW.
IMRAY, JAMES England, fl.1836-42, NIM Sextant, incomplete = Soth. 10/27/42. joined with Robert Blachford in 1836. Navigation Warehouse, 102 Minories, London. Taylor 2(2151); Brewington 1; RSW.
IMRAY, SON AND CO. England, c.1850, NIM OIM PHIM Telescope = D.(1974); Octant, ebony brass and ivory = Phillips 2/15/89. T.C.; "inventors of the metal quadrant with ivory arch", James Imray; by 1937 the firm had become Imray, Laurie, Norie and Wilson Ltd. at 123 Minories, London. 89 and 102 Minories, London. Brewington 1; Moskowitz 108; Witt; RSW.
IMSS, PHIL. see Philipp Immser. Vincent 1.
INDERWICK, J. England, fl.1825-27, OIM also an ivory turner. 58 Prince's Street, Leicester Square, London. Taylor 2(1601).
INDGE, T.C. England, c.1860, PHIM Wheel Barometer = Soth.-S 5/19/88. Chard. RSW.
INGENHOUSZ, JOHANN Austria, 1730-99, devised apparatus to show heat conductivity of various materials; first suggested a liquid compass; developed early model of the plate-type electrical machine, 1760. Vienna. KEN; G.L'E. Turner 24; A.J. Turner 10.
INGHAM, NORTH England; USA, fl.1725-35, MIM Magnetic Compasses, wood = Massachusetts Historical Society, PEA. apprenticed to James Anderton in the Grocers' Company in 1700; in Boston by 1720, when two daughters were christened. North Boston, New England. J. Brown 1; Smart 1; Bedini 8; Brewington 1; Warner 12.
INGOLD, PIERRE FREDERICK England, c.1843, watchmaker; held patent for improvements in machinery for making parts of mathematical, optical, astronomical and navigating instruments. Dean Street, Soho, London. Practical Mechanic and Engineer's Magazine, Dec. 1843.
INGRAM, JOHN England, c.1748, PHIM made Fotheringham's thermometer; watchmaker and white-smith. Spalding. Chaldecott 2.
INGRAM, L. England, c.1840, PHIM Wheel Barometer = X. probably Laceby Ingram, watch and clock maker. Lincoln. Goodison 1.
INNES Scotland, PHIM Dynamometer = D.(1969). Edinburgh. RSW.
INNSEL, ELIAS see C.S.A.P. RSW.
INSLEY see Watson and Insley. RSW.
INTERVINE see Introvino. Bell 2.
INTROFISI, P. England, PHIM Wheel Barometer = X. London. Goodison 1.
INTRONINI see Introvino. Goodison 1.
INTRONINI, GASPAR see Gaspar Introvini. Taylor 2(1602).
INTRONINO AND CO. England, c.1775, PHIM Stick Barometer = Soth. 1/19/73. RSW.
INTROSS AND CO. England, c.1850, PHIM barometer makers; became P. Intross and Co. after 1850. 5 Sims's Terrace, Chatham. Goodison 1; Bell 2.
INTROSS, A. (3), AND CO. England, PHIM Wheel Barometers = X, Phillips 8/12/87. see A. Intross 3. Stroud. Goodison 1; RSW.
INTROSS, A. 1 England, c.1830, PHIM Wheel Barometers = X, Soth.-West Sussex 6/21/83. see Intross and Co. Chatham. Goodison 1; RSW.
INTROSS, A. 2 England, PHIM Wheel Barometers = X. Rochester Bridge. Goodison 1.
INTROSS, A. 3 England, PHIM Wheel Barometer = Christie 1/26/90. see A. Intross and Co. Stroud. RSW.
INTROSS, P. 1 England, PHIM Wheel Barometer = X. Chatham. Goodison 1.
INTROSS, P. 2 England, PHIM Wheel Barometers = X. Rochester. Goodison 1.
INTROSS, W. England, PHIM Wheel Barometers = X. Rochester Bridge. Goodison 1.
INTROVINE see Introvini. Goodison 1; Bell 2.
INTROVINI, ANTHONY AND GASPAR England, fl.1816-17, PHIM barometer makers. Thomas Street, Manchester. Bell 2.
INTROVINI, ANTHONY, AND CO. England, fl.1814-15, PHIM barometer makers. Thomas Street, Manchester. Bell 2.
INTROVINI, GASPAR England, fl.1820-45, PHIM Wheel Barometers = X, Christie-SK 4/17/86. also a picture frame maker and gilder; see Anthony and Gaspar Introvini; the Christie barometer is said to be signed " Jantrovino", a misreading. 43 Thomas Street (1822-26); 88 St. George Street (1841); Foundry Road; No. 49 Thomas Street; all in Manchester. Taylor 2(1602); Goodison 1; Bell 2; RSW.
INTROVINO see Introvini.
IOAN ET PAURUS Italy, c.1690, MIM Graphometer = P.C. Venice. RSW.
IOHA, M. Poland, 1637, MIM Wall Sundial, 1637 = Church, Wodzislaw. Wodzislaw. Polish Inventory.
IRELAND England, PHIM Wheel Barometer = X. Goodison 1.
IRELAND, DANIEL England, c.1724, MIM turned over as an apprentice to John Bennett 1 of the Clockmakers' Company on Oct. 5, 1724. J. Brown 3.
IRVINE, ELZABETH England, c.1838, OIM succeeded John Irvine. London. Taylor 2(1896).
IRVINE, I. England, c.1830, PHIM Wheel Barometer = Soth. 5/14/87. see J. Irvine. London. RSW.
IRVINE, J. England, fl.1817-22, MIM OIM 5 Queenhithe, London. Taylor 2(1367); Dewhirst.
IRVINE, JOHN G. England, fl.1830-37, OIM 32 Kirby Street, Hatton Garden, London. Taylor 2(1846).
IRVINE, THOMAS AND PETER England, fl.1838-42, MIM PHIM 19 Charles Street, Hatton Garden, London. Taylor 2(2152 & 2152a); O'Mara.
IRVING, ALEXANDER England, 1695, MIM apprenticed to John Wells 2 of the Clockmakers' Company on Sept. 29, 1688; free of the Company, Sept. 30, 1695; an alternative spelling was "Irwing." London. J. Brown 3.
IRWIN, CHRISTOPHER England, c.1759, designed an instrument to find longitude. London. Dawson 216, 1971.
ISELI France, c.1830, MIM Surveyor's Y-Level = P.C. 149 Boulevard St.Germain, Paris. RSW.
ISENBROEK see Ysenbroek. Rooseboom 1.
ISLE, GUILLAUME DE L' France, fl.1675-1725, MIM Terrestrial Globe = CNAM-3851; Terrestrial Globes, 1700 = CNAM-763 and NMM-G146; Celestial Globe, 1700 = FLO. Celestial & Terrestrial Globes = Bonnier de la Mosson, 1774; Celestial & Terrestrial Globes = Hendrik de Leth auction, Aug. 21, 1758. Paris. Nachet.
ISLE, J.N. DE L' France, c.1700, physicist; invented a new scale for thermometers. Daumas 1.
ISMAY England, c.1850, OIM Telescope, single draw = Christie-SK 10/23/87. Pier, Dover. RSW.
ISOARD France, 19th Century, MIM Depth Gauge = CNAM. Cons. Nat'l 1; Destombes 4.
ITEBTING misreading for Heating. RSW.
IUSTI, JOANNES BAPTISTA Italy, fl.1555-65, MIM Horary Quadrants, 1555 and 1558 = FLO; Nocturnal and Horary Quadrant, 1565 = Christie 11/21/61. D.J. Price showed the quadrants in Florence as 1565 & 1568. Florence. Bonelli 1; Price 2; RSW.
IVEN, W.H. Germany, NIM Compass Rose = X. Hamburg. Shück 2.

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