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Vintage reproduction of an Armillary with terrestrial globe. Showing a decorative Ptolemaic armillary sphere of traditional form, with a pasteboard meridian with applied printed paper calibrations, surrounding a brass internal rotating spherical armillary ring structure comprised of polar circles, tropical circles (Capricorn and Cancer), and a planar zodiac band with applied printed paper signs of [...]

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Terrestrial globe with a diameter of 13,2 cm., hinged and opens to show a flat set of maps. The exterior of the globe consisting of 12 paper gores and 4 half polar caps, the interior of the globe consisting of 2 circular maps. Contemporary hand-coloured, the countries in different colours and the seas in a [...]

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Terrestrial table globe with a diameter of 17 cm. held in a wooden stand. The total height measuring 34 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores and 2 polar caps, the countries are coloured in different colours, the seas in a pale green shade. Also showing the major currents in the oceans in light red and [...]

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Miniature terrestrial globe with a diameter of 11 cm. held in a wooden stand. The total height measuring 29 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores and 2 polar caps, the countries are coloured in different colours, the seas in a pale green shade. Published mid-20th century by G. Thomas at Paris and Kuyt & Son [...]

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Terrestrial library globe with a diameter of 30,5 cm. (12”) held in a brass and wooden stand with a brass meridian and a horizon ring. The total height measuring 94 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores and 2 polar caps, evenly coloured in a cream shade with some countries coloured in a pale blue shade. [...]

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A pair of rare Valk table globes published by Gerard and Leonard Valk at Amsterdam in 1750 and 1700. The Dutch globe makers Gerard Valk (1652-1726) and his son Leonard Valk (1675-1746) were the only significant publishers of globes in the Netherlands in the eighteenth century. The design of their globes was completely new and [...]

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POCKET GLOBE
12.500,00 Nr. 10707
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(ca. 1775) - London

Rare pocket globe with a diameter of 7 cm. held in the publisher’s shagreen case with two metal clasps. The globe consisting of 12 hand-coloured engraved gores and 2 polar caps, the top and bottom of the case each lined with 12 hand-coloured engraved half gores and a polar cap depicting the celestial hemisphere. The [...]

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Miniature terrestrial globe with a diameter of 10 cm. held in a wooden stand with a half meridian. The total height measuring 18 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores and 2 polar caps, the countries are coloured in pale yellow and green colours, the seas in a green shade. Published mid-20th century by the Columbus [...]

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Terrestrial table globe with a diameter of 25 cm. held in a wooden stand with a brass half meridian. The total height measuring 45 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores and 2 polar caps, evenly coloured in a light green shade, some countries are more prominently coloured in outline. Published early 20th century by Svenska [...]

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Terrestrial table globe with a diameter of 34 cm. held in a wooden stand with a brass half meridian. The total height measuring 58 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores and 2 polar caps, evenly coloured in a light brown shade with some details coloured in outline. Published around 1898 by Dietrich Reimer at Berlin [...]

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Miniature terrestrial globe with a diameter of 10 cm. held in a wooden stand. The total height measuring 20 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores and 2 polar caps, the countries are coloured in different bright colours, the seas in a green shade. Published in 1969 by Intreprinderea Poligrafica at Brasov (Romania) with all names [...]

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TERRESTRIAL GLOBE
650,00 Nr. 10716
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(early 20th century) - Nürnberg, Abel Klinger

Miniature terrestrial globe with a diameter of 10 cm. held in a wooden stand. The total height measuring 22 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores and 2 polar caps, the continents are coloured in different shades of yellow, green and brown, the seas in a pale green shade. Published early 20th century by Abel Klinger [...]

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