Globes and Planetaria

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Rare volvelle from Apian’s Astronomicum Caesareum

APIANUS, Petrus, 1540. 

A brass Ptolemaic armillary sphere

DELLA VOLPAIA, Girolamo, 1598. 

The sky according to Plancius

PLANCIUS, Petrus, 1625. 

Vooght’s rare star chart and astronomical calculator

VOOGHT, Claes Jansz. [after] Jan Jansz STAMPIOEN, 1680. 

Time Zones

WAGNER, Matthäus, 1687. 

A dead man’s chest…

Anonymous, 1690. 

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

LUSVERGH, Domenico and LUSVERG [LUSVERGH], Jacobus [Giacomo]., 1698. 

The Copernican solar system

PIGEON D’OSANGI, Jean, 1713. 

Telling the time with stars

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

The celestial vault in paper

ANDREAE, Johann Ludwig, 1724. 

Popularising the new scientific ideas of the Enlightenment in Germany

DOPPELMAYR, Johann Gabriel., 1730. 

Doppelmayr’s smallest globes

DOPPELMAYR, Johann Gabriel, 1736. 

The transit of Halley’s comet in 1758

MARTIN, Benjamin, 1757. 
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