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3D model of a bust of Alberto Fucini

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3D scan of a bust of the Italian geologist and paleontologist Alberto Fucini (1864 – 1940). The bust is made of bronze, and was patinated in dark grey. The sculpture is mounted on a black marble base.

3D model of a bust of Gregor Mendel

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3D scan of a bust of the Austro-Czech clergy and biologist, Gregor Mendel (1822–1884). Mendel is considered one of the founders of the science of genetics. He is best known for his work on biological inheritance, which is today ...

3D model of a cast iron umbrella stand

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3D scan of a vintage cast iron umbrella stand. It was produced around 1889 and was part of the original interior of the workrooms of the Natural History Museum Vienna.

3D model of a baby shoe of Hans Hass

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3D scan of the first baby shoe of Austrian diving pioneer, zoologist and filmmaker Hans Hass (1919–2013). A few months before his death, Hans Hass donated a large number of personal objects and documents to the archive, which ...

3D model of a bust of Ferdinand von Hochstetter

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3D scan of a bust of the Austrian geologist and first director of the Natural History Museum Vienna, Ferdinand von Hochstetter (1829–1884). The bust is made of plaster and is mounted on a dark turned wood base.

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3D model of bust Bust of Joseph Franz von Jacquin

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3D scan of a bust of the Austrian chemist and botanist Joseph Franz von Jacquin (1766 – 1839). Joseph Franz was the son of the famous Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin and followed in his footsteps as botanist and chemist. The bust ...

3D model of a bronzed bust of Johann Baptist Natterer

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3D scan of a bronzed bust of the Austrian taxidermist and collector Johann Baptist Natterer (1787–1843). The bust was made by sculptor Anton Rücker, the material is bronzed plaster.

3D model of a bust of Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin

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3D scan of a bust of the Austro-Dutch chemist and botanist Nikolaus Joseph von Jacquin (1727 – 1817). The bust by the Austrian sculptor Elias Hütter (1774 – 1865) is made of plaster, which is painted with bronze paint. The ...

3D model of a bust of Jakob Eduard Polak

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3D model of a bust of the Austrian physician and ethnographer Jakob Eduard Polak (1818–1891). The bust is made out of plaster (hollow casting).

3D model of a bust of Richard von Wettstein

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3D scan of the bust of the Austrian botanist Richard von Wettstein, also known as Richard Wettstein von Westersheim (1863–1931). The bust is made out of bronzed plaster and mounted on a wooden base.

3D model of a plaster bust of Johann Baptist Natterer

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3D scan of a plaster bust of the Austrian taxidermist and collector Johann Baptist Natterer (1787–1843). The bust was made by sculptor Anton Rücker, the material is plaster.

3D model of a bust of Melchior Neumayr

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3D scan of a bust of the Austrian Palaeontologist Melchior Neumayr (1845–1890) by Austrian sculptor Carl Kundmann (1838–1919). The bust is made out of plaster and was formerly on display at the Geological and Paleontological ...

3D models of corn models

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3D scans of corn models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. They ...

3D models of guava fruit models

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3D scans of guava fruit models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of orange models

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3D scans of 6 orange models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of Araceae bulb models

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3D scans of models of Araceae bulbs. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D model of a jackfruit model

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3D scan of a model of a jackfruit. The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of pumpkin models

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3D scans of 16 pumpkin models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of bhindi or okra models

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3D scans of 8 bhindi or okra models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of pea pod models

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3D scans of 3 pea pod models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of beetroot models

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3D scans of beetroot models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of cucumber models

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3D scans of 9 cucumber models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of chachenda or snake gourd models

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3D scans of chachenda or snake gourd models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as ...

3D model of a passion fruit model

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3D scan of a model of a passion fruit. The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of fig models

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3D scans of 5 fig models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. They ...

3D models of ginger models

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3D scans of 5 models of ginger (Amomum zingiber). The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, ...

3D models of phut or snap melon models

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3D scans of models of a phut or snap melon. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of cacao pod models

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3D scans of 6 cacao pod models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of guaiacwood models

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3D scans of models of 3 guaiacwood (Guaiacum officinale). The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum ...

3D models of carrot models

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3D scans of 3 carrot models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of sweet lime models

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3D scans of 4 lime models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. They ...

3D models of apricot seed models

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3D scans of 6 apricot seed models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of chili pepper models

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3D scans of chili pepper models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D model of a garlic model

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3D scan of a model of garlic. The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. It ...

3D model of a shalgam model

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3D scan of a model of a shalgam (Brassica rapa). The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as ...

3D models of eggplant models

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3D scans of 4 eggplant models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D model of a sugar apple or sweetsops model

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3D scan of a model of a sugar apple or sweetsops (Annona squamosa). The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History ...

3D models of pear models

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3D scans of 3 pear models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. They ...

3D models of banana models

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3D scans of 6 banana models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of bamboo models

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3D scans of 7 bamboo models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of citrus fruit models

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3D scans of citrus fruit models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of beal or bengal quince models

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3D scans of 3 boal or bengal quince (Aegle marmelos) models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum ...

3D model of a hoe husker (Deinotherium)

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3D scan of a skeleton of the extinct Deinotherium (translates to “terrible beast”) or hoe tusker, that came to the Natural History Museum Vienna in 1885. The bones of this prehistoric elephant were found in Franzensbad, Czech ...

3D models of cacao pod models

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3D scans of two cacao pod models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of carambola models

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3D scans of four carambola models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of water caltrop fruit models

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3D scans of four models of water caltrop fruits. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, ...

3D models of watermelon models

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3D scans of watermelon models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D models of jujube models

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3D scans of 7 jujube (Ziziphus jujuba) models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as ...

3D models of lobiya models

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3D scans of lobiya models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. They ...

3D model of a weeping milk cap model

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3D scan of a model of a weeping milk cap or bradley. The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, ...

3D models of Neoboletus models

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3D scans of Neoboletus mushroom models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax ...

3D models of Basidiomycota models

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3D scans of four models of a Basidiomycota mushroom. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum ...

3D model of an Omphalotus olearius model

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3D scan of a model of a jack-o’-lantern mushroom (Omphalotus olearius). The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural ...

3D models of Suede Bolete models

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3D scans of two models of a Suede Bolete mushroom (Xerocomus subtomentosus). The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the ...

3D model of a pumpkin model

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3D scan of a model of a pumpkin. The model was created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D scans of parval models

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3D scans of six parval models. The models were created around 1803 most likely by Franz Stoll or Johann Jaich, who were employed at the Naturalien-Cabinet, the predecessor of the Natural History Museum Vienna, as wax modellers. ...

3D model of a calabash

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3D scan of a round bottle shaped calabash. The inside of the vegetable is hollowed out and can therefore be used as a vessel.

3D model of a coal cart

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3D scan of a coal cart. The heavy cart was in use at the museum until the late 1960’s, when the museum switched to district heating.

Heating a building like the Natural History Museum Vienna required large amount of coal. The ...

3D model of a brick of the NHMW

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3D scan of a brick of the Natural History Museum produced between 1871 and 1885. The brick was manufactured by Wienerberger Ziegelwerke (Wienerberger Brickworks) sometimes referred to as Drasche-Werke, after the owner Heinrich ...

3D models of a Hammond typewriter (No. 12), with and without cover

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3D scan of a Hammond typewriter (No. 12) with and without cover, “Ideal visible Hammond”, formerly used in the Geological & Paleontological department of the Natural History Museum. The typewriter is named after its inventor ...

3D model of the Taxiphote (stereoscope)

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3D scan of the Taxiphote (stereoscope) from around 1900. The Taxiphote was produced by the French company Jules Richard. It was modified around the year 2000 to be used with electric light instead of daylight and to handle modern ...

3D scan of an Amanita caesarea model

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3D scan of a fungus model, Amanita caesarea, commonly also known as Caesar’s mushroom. The model is part of the collection Leopold Trattinnick (1764–1849) and was acquired by the archive via donation in 2011.

3D scan of a Merulius Chantarellus model

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3D scan of a fungus model, Merulius chantarellus. The model is part of the collection Leopold Trattinnick (1764–1849) and was acquired by the archive via donation in 2011.

3D scan of an Agaricus ostreatus model

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3D scan of a fungus model, Agaricus (Pleuropus) ostreatus, commonly also known as oyster mushroom. The model is part of the collection Leopold Trattinnick (1764–1849) and was acquired by the archive via donation in 2011.

3D model of a Boletus subtomentosus model

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3D scan of a fungus model, Boletus subtomentosus, commonly also known as suede bolete. The model is part of the collection Leopold Trattinnick (1764–1849) and was acquired by the archive via donation in 2011.

3D model of a Boletus edulis model

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3D scan of a fungus model, Boletus edulis, commonly also known as penny bun. The model is part of the collection Leopold Trattinnick (1764–1849) and was acquired by the archive via donation in 2011.

3D model of an AEG Index Typewriter with and without lid

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3D scan of an AEG Mignon Type 4 Index typewriter with and without lid produced by the German company AEG between 1924 and 1933. The typewriter was distinguished by two major features: the absence of a keyboard, which was replaced ...

3D scan of tool for lifting displays

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3D scan of a tool for lifting the heavy glass doors/sides of the large historical display cases in the Natural History Museum Vienna. The tool was used during the late 19th century, later display cases had hinged doors and ...

3D model of a metal jug with lid

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3D scan of a metal jug with a lid, dating probably to the late 19th/first half of the 20th century. The jug has a broad standing rim and a curved foot. The body tapers towards the top, where a rectangular, rounded handle is ...

3D model of a tea tin of the "Fram" Expedition

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3D scan of a metal tea tin from the winter camp of the "Fram" expedition 1895/1896 on Franz Josef Land. The tea tin still contains black tea leaves. The expedition was led by the later Nobel Peace Prize laureate Fridtjof Nansen ...

3D model of a black chess piece

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3D scan of a wooden chess piece from the winter camp of the "Fram " expedition 1895/1896 on Franz Josef Land. The expedition was led by the later Nobel Peace Prize laureate Fridtjof Nansen (1861–1930).

The chess piece is very likely ...

3D model of a white chess piece

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3D scan of a wooden chess piece from the winter camp of the "Fram " expedition 1895/1896 on Franz Josef Land. The expedition was led by the later Nobel Peace Prize laureate Fridtjof Nansen (1861–1930).

The chess piece is very ...

3D scan of a beam scale

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3D scan of beam scales on a wooden base, that were used on a table top. The name of the producer/seller is hardly legible, the location is recognizable as Vienna.

The instrument was used by the former Speleological Institute and ...

3D model of a hydrometric current meter

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3D scan of a hydrometric current meter. The instrument was used for flow velocity measurements in rivers and streams by the Karst and Cave Department (Geology and Palaeontology).

3D model of a theodolite

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3D scan of a small theodolite. The instrument was used for horizontal and vertical angle calculations by the former Speleological Institute and later by the Karst and Caves Department (Geology and Palaeontology) of the Natural ...

3D models of a spyglass

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3D scan of a spyglass sold by the Viennese optician Otto Schleiffelder, who had his showroom on Graben in the 1st district (inner city Vienna). It was made around 1900 and gifted by Miss E. Kerner von Marilaun to the Geological ...

3D model of an Agaricus deliciosus model

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3D scan of a fungus model, Agaricus/Lactarius deliciosus, commonly also known as delicious milk cap.

Former inventory number: 9529

3D model of a Hydnum imbricatum model

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3D scan of a fungus model, Hydnum imbricatum, commonly also known as “scaly hedgehog”.

Former inventory number: 9543

3D model of a Boletus edulis model

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3D scan of a fungus model, Boletus edulis, commonly known as penny bun.

Former inventory number: 9519

3D model of the seal stamp of the directorate of the Court Cabinet of Natural Objects

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3D scan of seal stamp of the directorate of the Court Cabinet of Natural Objects (k. k. Naturalienkabinett). It was in use during the first half of the 19th century. In 1876 the Imperial Museum of Natural History (k. k. ...

3D model of a seal stamp of the Anthropological-Ethnographical Department of the Imperial Museum of Natural History

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3D scan of a seal stamp of the Anthropological-Ethnographical Department (Imperial Museum of Natural History) that consists of a wooden handle and a brass base. It was in use during 1876 and 1915. With the founding of the ...

3D model of a seal stamp of the Zoological Cabinet of the Imperial Museum of Natural History

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3D scan of seal stamp of the Zoological Cabinet. It was in use during 1851 until 1876, when the Imperial Museum of Natural History (k. k. Naturhistorisches Hofmuseum) was founded and the former cabinets became different museum ...

3D model of a seal stamp of the Physical Court Cabinet and Court Cabinet of Natural Objects

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3D scan of a seal stamp of the Physical Court Cabinet and Court Cabinet of Natural Objects (k. k. Physikalisches und Naturalien Kabinett). It was in use during 1806 and 1835. In 1876 the Imperial Museum of Natural History (k. k. ...

3D model of a seal stamp of the Court Cabinet of Natural Objects

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3D scan of a seal stamp of the Court Cabinet of Natural Objects (k. k. Naturalienkabinett). It was in use during the first half of the 19th century. In 1876 the Imperial Museum of Natural History (k. k. Naturhistorisches ...

3D model of a stamp of the Imperial Museum of Natural History

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3D scan of a stamp of the Imperial Museum of Natural History (k. k. Naturhistorisches Hofmuseum). It was most likely in use in the museum’s library during the second half of the 19th century. In 1876 the Hofmuseum was founded ...

3D model of a seal stamp of the library of the Court Cabinet of Natural Objects

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3D scan of a seal stamp of the library, Court Cabinet of Natural Objects (k. k. Naturalienkabinett). It was in use at the library of the Cabinet during the first half of the 19th century. In 1876 the Hofmuseum was founded and the ...

3D models of a late 19th century historical field camera and its bag

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3D scans of a late 19th century historical field camera and its bag. In Austria and Germany this style of field camera was referred to as so called “english travel camera” (“englische Reisekamera”). There was in addition ...

3D scans of a wooden plate holder for stereo micro photography

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3D scans of a wooden plate holder for stereo micro photography (open and closed), produced around 1890. The holder was used on a camera that was mounted to a microscope via an adapter, not unlike today. The plate was placed in a ...

3D model of a seal stamp of the Botanical Department of the Imperial Museum of Natural History

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3D scan of a seal stamp that consists of a wooden handle and a brass base. It was in use during 1876 and 1915. In 1876 the Imperial Museum of Natural History (k. k. Naturhistorisches Hofmuseum) was founded and the former ...

3D models of parts from a stove used in the exhibition halls of the Natural History Museum Vienna

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3D scans of parts from a stove used in the exhibition halls of the Natural History Museum. The exhibition halls and most of the rooms (except for the staircases and anterooms) were heated by a low-pressure hot water heating ...

3D model of a 19th century butterfly net

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3D scan of a butterfly net used in the 19th century. Unlike the name suggests a butterfly net is not only used to catch butterflies, but also all other flying insects. The opening of the net is made of two spring plates and can ...

3D models of collecting boxes

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3D scans of collecting boxes for caterpillars, millipedes and insect larvae. The boxes were made in various materials ranging from simple cardboard, to wood and metal. Despite being made of different materials, they share some ...