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1–169 on the collection auctioned in 1798, and Zuidervaart, “Egbert Philip van Visvliet (1736–1799). Een Middelburgs verzamelaar van vrienden, naturalia en fysische instrumenten”, Zeeland. Tijdschrift van het Koninklijk Zeeuws Genootschap der wetenschappen 3 (1994), pp. 87–95 on the collection auctioned in 1799. 24 Unfortunately no copy of the catalogue of this Musaeum Instrumentorum MechanicoPhysico Mathematicorem has been found. See: Leydse Courant 5, 10 and 17 May 1724. Earlier an attempt had been made to sell the collection as a whole.
It definitely was not a marginal phenomenon. So far, I have collected information on some five hundred Dutch collectors of scientific instruments. Graph 1 (Fig. 3) representing the known number of auction sales and inventories containing scientific instruments, shows that this number peaks in the early nineteenth century. After about 1870 almost all private instrument cabinets disappear from the scene. Before the turn of the seventeenth century mathematical or astronomical instruments were almost the only ones to be mentioned.
Groenendijk organised in 1958 an auction of more than 500 scientific instruments. Some 120 instruments were obtained by the forerunner of Museum Boerhaave in Leiden. Around 140 instruments were bought by the American dealer Alvin C. Detwiler. These instruments were purchased en bloc by the Burndy Library of the Dibner Institute in Norwalk (Connecticut). In 2006 this institute was transferred to the Huntington Library in San Marino (California). Cf. Peter de Clercq, “De familie Groenendijk”, in de Clercq, Het koperen kabinet.