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The transit of Halley’s comet in 1758

MARTIN, Benjamin, 1757. 

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. 

Owhyhee / Here C. Cook / was Kill’d”

LANE, N[icholas], 1776. 

Newton’s first pocket globe

NEWTON, J[ohn], 1783. 

Doppelmayr expands his horizons

DOPPELMAYR, Johann Gabriel, 1789. 

A unique manuscript lunar astrolabe

Anonymous, 1800. 

An early identification of the Mackenzie River

NEWTON, John, 1800. 

Cook’s going out 1776”

ADAMS, Dudley, 1808. 

Beware of the Ice Sea”

ADAMS, Dudley, 1808. 

Bauer’s miniature nesting globes

BAUER, J[ohann] B[ernard], 1810. 

Following the footsteps of Captain Biscoe

NEWTON, [John], NEWTON, William and NEWTON, Edward, 1833. 

Looking up

[DES-ROIS, Ginot], as Mlle. Ginot DesRoy”, 1847. 

A Cyrillic globe

KROTOVII, 1849. 

Sign on the meridian line

Anonymous, 1850.