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Globes & Instuments

Location: 1655
Amsterdam, 1655 - 195 x 470 mm.
Willem Blaeu's guide to the making of globes, first published in 1620, here reprinted by his son, Joan.The book consists of two parts; volume I : Astronomical principles of celestial and terrestrial g..
2,500€
Location: 1683
Paris, 1683 - 144 x 100 mm.
Appealing print focused on an armillary sphere. The latter is surmounted by a cartouche containing some angles in a cirle. From the French text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By..
170€
Location: 1683
Paris, 1683 - 144 x 100 mm.
Appealing print focused on an armillary sphere. The latter is surmounted by a cartouche containing some angles in a cirle. From the French text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By..
170€
Location: 1683
Paris, 1683 - 147 x 101 mm.
Appealing print focused on an armillary sphere. From the French text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By Allain Manneson Mallet (1630-1706), a well travelled military engineer and..
150€
Location: 1683
Paris, 1683 - 148 x 106 mm.
Appealing print focused on an armillary sphere showing the equinoctial and the solstitial colures. From the French text edition of Description d'Univers.. (5 volumes), 1683. By Allain Manneson Mallet ..
170€
Location: 1724
Bruges, 1669 - 1724 - 880 x 880 mm.
Two putty studying a terrestrial globe, one of them holding a pair of dividers. The information on the globe is clearly imaginary but the two cartouches and ships are typically 16th century in appeara..
8,500€
Location: 1762
Paris, 1762 - 385 x 540 mm.
Decorative map of the world on a globe. Left and right a box with information's about the terrestrial globe. Prepared by Buy de Mornas, who was a professor of geography and history and published by Lo..
200€
Location: 1885
Paris, 1885 - 1120 x 600 mm.
Attractive and large (height 112cm) library globe by a prominent Paris globe maker, with brass meridian circle, horizon ring and hour ring, supported by four brass quadrants on elegant baluster turned..
9,000€
Location: 1900
c. 1890-1900 - 160 x 160 mm.
A sloop compass in original box. The compass is gimbaled. The compass works fine...
650€
Location: 1968
Hamburg, 1968 - 180 x 180 mm.
The 4inch frosted dial signed Chronometerwerke, Wempe, Hamburg, and numbered 8185, upright black Arabic numerals, subsidiary seconds and up-and-down dials, blued steel hands, matte silver metal plates..
1,100€
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