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diving suit from the past

The first anthropomorphic diving suit. Invented by Alphonse and Theodore Carmagnolle of Marsailles, France, circa -- This seems very Steampunk to me for some reason.

El Capitán Nemo con escafandra. Exposición "Nuevos viajes extraordinarios" Julio Verne / Eric Fonteneau" Casa del Lector / Instituto Francés. Matadero Madrid  #Arterecord 2015

El Capitán Nemo con escafandra. Exposición "Nuevos viajes extraordinarios" Julio Verne / Eric Fonteneau" Casa del Lector / Instituto Francés. Matadero Madrid #Arterecord 2015

Deep sea diver. This would be great to do a couple's costume with the guy dressed like this and the girl dressed like the ocean.

This would be great to do a couple's costume with the guy dressed like this and the girl dressed like the ocean.

Henry Clews (1876-1937), American Artist, La Napoule, France

Henry Clews (1876-1937), American Artist, La Napoule, France

In Photos: Mission to 2,000-Year-Old Antikythera Shipwreck

In Photos: Mission to 2,000-Year-Old Antikythera Shipwreck

A group of marine archaeologists kicked off a mission this week to explore an ancient shipwreck hundreds of feet below the Aegean Sea — not with a sub, but with a semi-robotic metal diving suit that looks likes a throwback to a James Bond movie.

VINTAGE A.J. MORSE 1920's COMMERCIAL 3 LIGHT 12 BOLT ANTIQUE DIVING HELMET

VINTAGE A.J. MORSE 1920's COMMERCIAL 3 LIGHT 12 BOLT ANTIQUE DIVING HELMET

Exploring the wreck of the Lusitania, 1935

Preparing to explore the wreck of the Lusitania. Peress’ dive suit, Tritonia, explored the Lusitania wreck in Jim Jarrett was Peress’s chief diver and made this dive to 312 feet. This suit was a precursor to the “Jim” suit, named for Jim Jarrett.

Henry Clews (1876-1937), American Artist, La Napoule, France

Henry Clews (1876-1937), American Artist, La Napoule, France

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