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Caliper Gallery

Available as Prints and Gift Items

Choose from 8 pictures in our Caliper collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. All professionally made for Quick Shipping.


Spreading calipers used by Dr. Montague Cobb, mid 20th century. Creator: Unknown
Spreading calipers used by Dr. Montague Cobb, mid 20th century. Creator: Unknown
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Gravure en Taille Douce: suite de la pl. I, 1771/1779. Creator: Antonio Baratta
Gravure en Taille Douce: suite de la pl. I, 1771/1779. Creator: Antonio Baratta
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Gravure en Bois, Outils: pl. I, 1771/1779. Creator: Antonio Baratta
Gravure en Bois, Outils: pl. I, 1771/1779. Creator: Antonio Baratta
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Antoine Coyzevox, 1708. Creator: Jean Audran
Antoine Coyzevox, 1708. Creator: Jean Audran
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Gravure en Bois, Outils: pl. II, 1771/1779. Creator: Antonio Baratta
Gravure en Bois, Outils: pl. II, 1771/1779. Creator: Antonio Baratta
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Two Seated Men with Calipers, T-Square, and Compass, 1870s-80s. Creator: Unknown
Two Seated Men with Calipers, T-Square, and Compass, 1870s-80s. Creator: Unknown
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Bag for sliding caliper used by Dr. Montague Cobb, mid 20th century. Creator: Unknown
Bag for sliding caliper used by Dr. Montague Cobb, mid 20th century. Creator: Unknown
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Sliding caliper used by Dr. Montague Cobb, mid 20th century. Creator: Unknown
Sliding caliper used by Dr. Montague Cobb, mid 20th century. Creator: Unknown
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Bag for sliding caliper used by Dr. Montague Cobb, mid 20th century. Creator: Unknown Featured Image

Bag for sliding caliper used by Dr. Montague Cobb, mid 20th century. Creator: Unknown

William Montague Cobb (1904-1990) was an African-American physician, physical anthropologist and civil rights activist. A professor at Howard University, he contributed significantly to the development of the sub-discipline of biocultural anthropology: the scientific exploration of the relationships between human biology and culture. This is a rectangular light colored cotton bag with two sections, designed to hold a pair of calipers, a device used to measure the dimensions of an object. The single long pocket is divided in two by a piece of cotton, creating two pockets. There is a section of cloth that folds over the top of the bag, creating a flap. A string made of rolled up fabric is attached to the right corner of the flap

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