Antique world Globe J.Forest Equatorial Brass Table
Ship's table in walnut loupe. It is wallet ie it unfolds. Period 1950.
Ship's bell Marine liner SS Greenbatt 1908
Marine chronometer "Whyte, Thomson & Co", Glasgow No. 5715 early 20...
Large binoculars polished Zeiss 12x60 WWII
Mahogany desk French navy officer's circa 1920
Painter pastellist from Quimper
Ship rent "La Ornella"
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A walk through time in the world of diving helmet and "Pieds-Lourds". Jean-Patrick Paszula, Director of the website historicdiving.com and President of the Scaphandres Research & History Association, is a member and Territorial Commissioner of the French Academy of Arts and Sciences of the Sea
Who invented the TSF? This is often one of the first questions asked by people to whom we talk about our work. Not easy to answer as people who are interested, more or less seriously, these technique are numerous ... Children who are at night, light signals with torches they do not already wireless communication? Radiocommunications we know are in fact the result of many successive tests initiated at a time when the radio was mostly an advanced application of an emerging industrial power, and where the pioneers had to also know the carpentry and mechanics, and especially do not suffer from vertigo ... The man we invite you to discover was one of them. Probably one of the brightest, but also a man of the most unusual and original. In short, someone exciting: Commander Camille Tissot, precursor Brestois the TSF ... • BRETON TO 7 GENERATIONS Camille Tissot was born in Brest October 15, 1868 at 43 rue st yves in a middle-class Protestant family, a naval officer father and a mother of Brestoise origin.
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