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POCKET GLOBES
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(mid-18th century) - W. Goodison
Nr. 11596

A pair of extremely rare and magnificent George the second or third, mid-eighteenth century English Pocket Globes by W. Goodison. The twin globes illustrate the Terrestrial and Celestial spheres. They are undated, however, the style, design, wording and execution all undoubtedly point to them being eighteenth century and produced in England, probably London. To the [...]

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A superb and very rare miniature terrestrial globe with a diameter of 11 cm. Comprised of 12 fully engraved gores, enclosed in a sheep-skin covered case, each half applied on the inner side with 12 celestial half-gores. The globe fits snugly and exactly inside the leather case, which can be closed with 2 small attached [...]

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TERRESTRIAL GLOBE
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(early 20th century) - Leipzig, Arthur Krause
Nr. 11481

Terrestrial table globe with a diameter of 33 cm. held in a wooden stand. The total height measuring 50 cm. The continents on the globe are beautifully embossed which gives a completely different and interesting sight on the globe.

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TERRESTRIAL GLOBE
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(21st century) - s.l., s.n.
Nr. 11480

Miniature terrestrial globe with a diameter of 10 cm in a steel stand. The total height measuring 16 cm. Globe and stand both consists of massive steel. Names of many countries and places are engraved

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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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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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POCKET GLOBE
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(ca. 1775) - London
Nr. 10707

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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(frontispiece, 14) 179 (5), 130 (5) p. Contemporary folding Vellum, 4° (First edition of this rare handbook on terrestrial and celestial globes by the German professor and mathematician Johann Ludwig Hocker, 1670-1746. The work is divided in two parts, in the first part Hocker describes the use of terrestrial globes and in the second part [...]

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TERRESTRIAL GLOBE
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(late 19th century) - (Delamarche E. Bertaux, éditeur, 25 rue Serpente,) Paris
Nr. 10507

Firm terrestrial globe with a diameter of 32 cm. held in a wooden stand with a brass half meridian. The total height measuring 60 cm. (The title cartouche is replaced by a printers device?, slightly grazed at some places, on the continent of Europe a few small drops of green paint.)

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ENGRAVING
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(ca. 1740) - Augsburg, Georg Matthäus Seutter
Nr. 10696

Particulary attractive hand-coloured engraving depicting an 18th century study of a pair of terrestrial and celestial globes and a Ptolemaic armillary sphere, all held in a Baroque stand standing on a chequered table or floor. At the top a large bannered title with dedication, at the bottom a panel with brief explanation of the scene. [...]

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TERRESTRIAL GLOBE
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(ca. 1898) - Berlin, Dietrich Reimer
Nr. 10714

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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TERRESTRIAL GLOBE
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(late 1930s) - Nurenberg, Carel Klinger
Nr. 10524

Miniature terrestrial globe with a diameter of 7,5 cm. held in a wooden stand with a brass half meridian. The total height measuring 14,5 cm. Consisting of 12 paper gores, the continents are coloured in different colours and the seas in a light brown shade. Published late 1930s in Nurnberg by Carel Klinger with all [...]

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