Globes and Planetaria

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The Meissen Mapseller

MAPSELLER 
£2,000

Rare volvelle from Apian’s Astronomicum Caesareum

APIANUS, Petrus, 1540. 
£18,000

Amongst the rarest to survive”

BLAEU, Willem Janszoon, 1621. 
£315,000

Vooght’s rare star chart and astronomical calculator

VOOGHT, Claes Jansz. [after] Jan Jansz STAMPIOEN, 1680. 
£40,000

A dead man’s chest…

Anonymous, 1690. 
£20,000

Lusvergh’s sales catalogue of artists’ drawing and optical instruments, including Galileo’s Sector

LUSVERGH, Domenico and LUSVERG [LUSVERGH], Jacobus [Giacomo]., 1698. 
£6,500

Homann’s rare pocket armillary

HOMANN, Johann Baptist, 1702. 
£92,500

A perpetual calendar fit for a King…

Anonymous, 1710. 
£15,000

The Copernican solar system

PIGEON D’OSANGI, Jean, 1713. 
£12,000

Follow the trade winds

MOLL, Herman, 1719. 
£35,000

Telling the time with stars

STAMPIOEN, Jan Jansz the Younger, [and] Marten CALMAM, 1722. 
£40,000

The celestial vault in paper

ANDREAE, Johann Ludwig, 1724. 
£3,000

Popularising the new scientific ideas of the Enlightenment in Germany

DOPPELMAYR, Johann Gabriel., 1730. 
£54,000

The greatest globe-maker of his day”

SENEX, John, 1730. 
£25,000

The unknown parts” of Hudson Bay

CUSHEE, Richard, 1731. 
£20,000

Doppelmayr’s smallest globes

DOPPELMAYR, Johann Gabriel, 1736. 
£31,000
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