- ASTROLABES
- 1. Moorish astrolabe attributed to Ibn Baso
- 2. Flemish astrolabe by G. Arsenius
- GNOMONS AND SUNDIALS
- 3. Apparent and mean solar time meridian and string meridian by E. Lelli
- 4. Cylinder sundial
- 5. Pocket sundial
- 6. Astronomical ring of N. Bion
- 7. Ecliptical astronomical ring
- PENDULUM CLOCKS
- 8. Pendulum clock by D. Quare
- 9. Regulator clock by J. Ellicot
- 10. Table pendulum clock by F. Droz
- MOVABLE ASTRONOMICAL QUADRANTS
- 11. Movable quadrant by D. Lusverg
- 12. Movable quadrant by D. Lusverg
- 13. Movable quadrant by S. Menini
- 14. Movable quadrant by J. Sisson
- 15. Movable quadrant by P. Mégnié
- MURAL INSTRUMENTS
- 16. Mural semicircle by D. Lusverg
- 17. Mural quadrant by J. Sisson
- TRANSIT TELESCOPES AND MERIDIAN CIRCLES
- 18. Transit telescope by V.F. Stancari
- 19. Transit telescope by J. Sisson
- 20. Transit telescope by Reichenbach, Utzschneider und Liebherr
- 21. Repeating circle by Reichenbach, Utzschneider und Liebherr
- 22. Meridian Circle by Ertel & Sohn
- TELESCOPES
- 23. Galilean telescope
- 24. 11.6-foot telescope by G. Montanari
- 25. 14-foot telescope by M.A. Cellio
- 26. 8-foot Germanic telescope
- 27. 1.5-foot telescope attributed to G. Campani
- 28. 10.5-foot telescope by G. Campani
- 29. 22-foot telescope by G. Campani
- 30. 33-foot object lens by G. Campani
- 31. Instrument for the object lenses of G. Campani by E. Lelli
- 32. Telescopic tubes
- 33. Marinoni position micrometer by J. Scherer
- 34. Bar micrometer by D. Lusverg
- 35. Gregorian telescope by J. Sisson
- 36. Equatorial telescope by G. Adams
- 37. 8-foot refracting telescope with achromatic object lens by Dollond
- 38. 3-foot parallactic telescope with achromatic object lens by Dollond
- 39. Gregorian telescope by Dollond
- 40. Ocular micrometer by Dollond for the 8-foot refracting telescope
- 41. Divided object glass micrometer or heliometer by Dollond for 3-foot parallactic telescope
- 42. Annular micrometer by G.B. Amici for the 3-foot parallactic telescope by Dollond
- 43. Wide-field telescope by Gilbert & C.
- 44. Telescope by T. Harris & Son
- 45. 1 m hand held telescope
- 46. Herschelian telescope by G.B. Amici
- 47. Herschelian telescope by G. Gualtieri
- 48. Refracting telescope by C.A. Steinheil
- 49. Telescope by C.A. Steinheil
- 50. Multi-mirror telescope by G. Horn-d'Arturo
- ARMILLARY SPHERES
- 51. Armillary sphere by D. Lusverg
- 52. Copernican armillary sphere
- CELESTIAL AND TERRESTRIAL GLOBES
- 53. Terrestrial globe by J.W. Blaeuw
- 54. Celestial globe by J.W. Blaeuw
- 55. Terrestrial globe by V. Coronelli
- 56. Terrestrial globe by G. and L. Valk
- 57. Celestial globe by G. and L. Valk
- 58. Terrestrial globe by J. Senex
- 59. Celestial globe by J. Senex
- 60. Terrestrial globe by G.M. Cassini
- 61. Celestial globe by G.M. Cassini
- 62. Globe of Venus by F. Bianchini
- GEOGRAPHICAL AND CELESTIAL MAPS
- 63. Nautical map by G. Petrucci
- 64. Nautical map by Banet Panadès
- 65. Geographical map by Matteo Ricci
- 66. Celestial map by J. A. Schall von Bell
- 67. Illustrations of celestial phenomena by M.C. Eimmart
- 68. Planetolabiums
- 69. Geographical maps
- MATHEMATICAL, METEOROLOGIC, TOPOGRAPHIC AND NAUTICAL INSTRUMENTS
- 70. Compass case by D. Lusverg
- 71. Drawing compasses
- 72. Mathematical instrument case of N. Bion
- 73. Twelve-inch sector
- 74. Sector and six-inch rulers
- 75. Artillery quadrant
- 76. Caliper for external and internal measures
- 77. Standard meter by J.A. Deleuil
- 78. Circumferentor by Haye
- 79. Circumferentor by F. Merighius
- 80. Graphometer by P. Sevin
- 81. Graphometer by P. Carré
- 82. Surveyor's cross
- 83. Reflecting circle according to Borda by E. Lenoir
- 84. Protractor by E. Lenoir
- 85. Circular protractor by J. Ramsden
- 86. Repeating theodolite by Ertel & Sohn
- 87. Gimbaled compass with quadrant by Scalvino
- 88. Declination compass according to G.L. Quadri
- 89. Declination compass by G.F. Brander
- 90. Octant by P. Dollond
- 91. Sextant
- 92. Drawing of weather station in the XIXth century
- 93. Seismograph
- MARINE CHRONOMETERS
- 94. Marine chronometer by Barraud
- 95. Marine chronometer by Parkinson & Frodsham
- 96. Marine chronometer by Hewitt & Son