Belgian

Claude Monet, Impression, soleil levant, 1872
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René Magritte, Le banquet, 1958
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Claude Monet, Étretat, soleil couchant, 1883
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René Magritte, Le soir qui tombe, 1964
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Claude Monet, Soleil d'hiver à Lavacourt, 1879-1880
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René Magritte, Le Monde des Images, 1961
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Claude Monet, Soleil couchant sur la Seine à Lavacourt, effet d’hiver, 1880
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René Magritte, Le banquet, 1957

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Nagant M1895 revolver with Bramit device

Designed by Emile Nagant c.1895 and manufactured c.1930′s in the USSR.
7,62x38mmR seven-shot cylinder, double action, gas seal achieved by the cylinder moving in contact with the barrel’s rear end, with the cartridge’s neck bridging the final gap, soviet Bramit-type suppressor, side loading gate and extended spring-loaded ejector rod.
That’s what high-tech looked like in the early 20th century, damn good.