Museum of Automata, York, 199x sadly it closed in 1996, but the collection was purchased by japan and now resides there, enjoy this rare footage

Museum of Automata, York, 199x sadly it closed in 1996, but the collection was purchased by japan and now resides there, enjoy this rare footage

Mekanikos vs. The Minotaur, a wood automaton by artist Dug North

Mekanikos vs. The Minotaur, a wood automaton by artist Dug North

"The Pawnbroker" by Fourteen Balls Toy Co. and located at the Weston Park Museum in Sheffield, England.

"The Pawnbroker" by Fourteen Balls Toy Co. and located at the Weston Park Museum in Sheffield, England.

Automata exhibition called Mechanics Alive!!! organised by Cabaret Mechanical Theatre at the Scotland Street Museum in Glasgow. Kinetic art models by Paul Spooner, Keith Newstead, Ron Fuller, Peter Markey and Matt Smith. www.Cabaret.co.uk

Automata exhibition called Mechanics Alive!!! organised by Cabaret Mechanical Theatre at the Scotland Street Museum in Glasgow. Kinetic art models by Paul Spooner, Keith Newstead, Ron Fuller, Peter Markey and Matt Smith. www.Cabaret.co.uk

http://www.alivola.it/00-CLOHE-EN.htm

http://www.alivola.it/00-CLOHE-EN.htm

Possibly ca. 1920s? Hand carved fish form with metal, hand forged nails, screws, and spikes for fins and is mounted through with a c.1915 style claw hammerhttp://www.danripley.com/auction20images/8060.jpg

Possibly ca. 1920s? Hand carved fish form with metal, hand forged nails, screws, and spikes for fins and is mounted through with a c.1915 style claw hammerhttp://www.danripley.com/auction20images/8060.jpg

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