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Nasmyth's Steam Hammer, Artwork

By Library of Congress

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18" x 22" Framed Giclee Print
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Nasmyth's steam hammer. 19th Century artwork showing the workings of a steam hammer invented in 1837 by the Scottish engineer and inventor James Hall Nasmyth (1808-1890). A steam hammer is a steam-powered hammer used to shape heated metal in a metal-works. It consists of a hammer-like piston (centre) located within a cylinder, which is raised by the pressure of steam injected into the lower part of the cylinder. When the steam is removed, the hammer falls, hitting and shaping the metal placed beneath it. Published in 1854.

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  • Style: SOHO Black
  • Glass: Clear Acrylic 16x20
18" x 22" Framed Giclee Print
$149.99
$74.99
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Nasmyth's steam hammer. 19th Century artwork showing the workings of a steam hammer invented in 1837 by the Scottish engineer and inventor James Hall Nasmyth (1808-1890). A steam hammer is a steam-powered hammer used to shape heated metal in a metal-works. It consists of a hammer-like piston (centre) located within a cylinder, which is raised by the pressure of steam injected into the lower part of the cylinder. When the steam is removed, the hammer falls, hitting and shaping the metal placed beneath it. Published in 1854.

Item# 35918220711A

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Nasmyth's steam hammer. 19th Century artwork showing the workings of a steam hammer invented in 1837 by the Scottish engineer and inventor James Hall Nasmyth (1808-1890). A steam hammer is a steam-powered hammer used to shape heated metal in a metal-works. It consists of a hammer-like piston (centre) located within a cylinder, which is raised by the pressure of steam injected into the lower part of the cylinder. When the steam is removed, the hammer falls, hitting and shaping the metal placed beneath it. Published in 1854.

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Nasmyth's Steam Hammer, Artwork

By Library of Congress

18" x 22" Framed Giclee Print
$149.99
$74.99
Ships in 2-3 days
ADD TO CART