Universal Exhibition of Agricultural, Industrial and Fine Arts Products - Paris 1855

Agriculture, Industry and Fine Arts

May 15, 1855 - November 15, 1855


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Austria

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In the middle, a sugar machine, a mechanical lithographic press by Mr. Sigl in Vienna, and a locomotive from the workshops of the Vienna-Raab railway company; next to the wall, a locomotive by Mr. Günther in Wiener-Neustadl, and several luxury cars, among others the gala car of the Burgomaster of Vienna. Turning to the left, a triple-acting silk spinning machine by Mr. Morali in Presezzo, Lombardy, is seen in the middle,
weaving machines by Mr. Bracegirdle, Brunn, and fire pumps by Mr. Schmidt, Vienna. On the wall side are placed: a steam pump by Mr. Breitfeld, in Prague; a machine for reeling, winding and doubling silk, by Mr. Padernello, in Sacile (Venice); a model of a railway wagon by Mr. Salzmann, in Gloggnilz; a model of a suction pump, by Mr. Fusina, in Pavia; a model of an electric pump, by Mr. Schmidt, in Vienna; a model of an electric pump, by Mr. Schmidt, in Vienna; a model of an electric pump, by Mr. Schmidt, in Vienna; a model of an electric pump, by Mr. Fusina, in Pavia; a model of an electric pump, by Mr. Schmidt, in Vienna. Fusina, in Pavia; a typographic arm press, by M. Bachrach, in Vienna; weighbridges, by M. Schmidt, in Vienna; a model of hydraulic machine by M. Tober, in Prague; forms for sugar refineries, by M. Schmidt, in Vienna.

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