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Homann Sac. Caes. Ma.”

HOMANN, Johann Baptist, 1715. 

Follow the trade winds

MOLL, Herman, 1719. 

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. 

The unknown parts” of Hudson Bay

CUSHEE, Richard, 1731. 

Doppelmayr’s smallest globes

DOPPELMAYR, Johann Gabriel, 1736. 

A Dutch calendar

HENNING, Viet Balthasar, 1750. 

Rare uncut sheets for an armillary sphere

ROBERT DE VAUGONDY, Gilles and Didier, 1754. 

The transit of Halley’s comet in 1758

MARTIN, Benjamin, 1757. 

The Cosmo-plane”

DICQUEMARE, l’Abbé Jacques Francois, 1768. 

Ingenieur-Mechanicien pour les Globes et Spheres”

FORTIN, [Jean] and BUY DE MORNAS, M. [Claude], 1768. 

An unrecorded analemma

DONN, B[enjamin], 1770. 

The coast (of Australia) is clear

FERGUSON, James, 1775. 

Showing the track of Cook’s Endeavour’ voyage

ANONYMOUS, after MOLL, Herman, 1775.