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EQUINOCTIAL RING DIAL Francis Howell, circa 1761
A collection of late 19th century and early 20th century globes
A 3-inch Newton's pocket globe, English, circa 1820, with brass meridian.
English brass universal equinoctial ring dial
Globe adopte par le conseil de l'universite, Maison Delamarche rue de Serpente 25, Paris. A 8 inch (20.3) diameter terrestrial globe, made up of twelve coloured printed paper gores, the oceans showing warm and cold currents, the continents with mountain ranges shown, national boundaries outlined in red and orange, the continents delicately coloured, the globe is mounted on its axis over the clockwork geared mechanism, supporting the transparent horizontal calendar ring
SOLD: Erd Globus nach den neuesten u. besten Quellen entworfen BERLIN LUDW. JUL. HEYMANN Geographisch: Artistische Anstalt. A 9,3/4inch (25cm) globe made up of twelve chromolithographed gores, the oceans showing ocean currents, on turned fruitwood finial with inserted compass, raised on a baluster turned fruitwood column. 44cm high
A Schwartzwald clockmaker figure, naturalistically painted, carrying a timepiece in the front, and a dummy one containing winding key on his back, on simulated maple base. height 37cm wide 16cm depth 8.5cm
Position des Etoiles Fixes pour l'Annee 1780 Par le Sr Fortin Ingen-Geofr a Paris. dia 22cm height 51cm.
A terrestrial table globe by Cruchley made up of twelve paper gores delicately coloured, with geographical and oceanic information including the trade winds, globe with iron axis, engraved bras hour ring and meridian circle and on mahogany stand. 60 heigh 51 diameter.
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