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Globus terrestris novus Loca Terrae insigniora sec. praestant Astron. et Geogr. observationes sistens opera Ioh. Gabr. Doppelmaieri M.P.P. concinne traditus à Ioh. Georg Puschnero chalcographo Norib. A.C. 1730. Globus coelestis novus Loca stellarum fixarum sec. cel. Ioh. Hevelium ad annum 1730 exhibens opera I.G. DOPPELMAIERI M.P.P. exacte concinnatus a Ioh. Geor. Puschnero Chalcographo Norib. A.C. [...]

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Cary, J. & W. / GLOBES
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1816/1820 - London, J. and W. Cary
Nr. 12249

Each globe is 18″ in diameter. Each is presented atop a walnut tripod stand with brass casters, each measuring 45″ x 24″ in total. By John and William Cary (1754-1835 and 1759-1825) of London. Engraved and hand-colored. The Cary brothers were renowned creators of precision instruments, and their globes were widely regarded as the very [...]

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The terrestrial globe inscribed CRUCHLEYS/(LATE CARY’S)/ NEW/ TERRESTRIAL GLOBE/ FROM THE MOST RECENT AUTHORITIES/ EXHIBITING THE LATEST DISCOVERIES TOWARDS THE/ NORTH POLE/ AND THE NEW SETTLEMENTS & DIVISIONS OF/ AUSTRALIA, NEW ZEALAND/ CALIFORNIA, TEXAS & c./ London/ G.F. CRUCHLEY. MAP-SELLER, GLOBE MAKER & PUBLISHER./ 81, FLEET STREET./ Additions to 1839. The celestial globe inscribed CRUCHLEY’S/ [...]

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