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A Cyrillic globe

KROTOVII, 1849. 
£10,000
£6,000

Waywiser

DIXEY, C. W. & Sons, 1850. 
£9,000
£7,200

A memento of the Klinger globe dynasty

KLINGER, Johann Georg, 1850. 
£2,500
£2,000

Sign on the meridian line

Anonymous, 1850. 
£4,000
£3,200

Surveyor’s offset staff

1850. 
£7,500
£6,000

Shape-shifting cartography

BETTS, John, 1860. 
£1,550
£1,240

Circle of Perpetual Occultation”

NEWTON, [William], NEWTON, [William Edward], and NEWTON, [Alfred Vincent], 1860. 
£4,000
£3,200

A puzzling globe

GIROUX, Alphonse, 1866. 
£5,800
£4,640

Flammarion’s planisphere

FLAMMARION, Camille., 1880. 
£2,000
£1,200

Letter Opener

Anonymous, 1890. 
£200
£160

Nautical instrument maker’s shop sign

Anonymous, 1900. 
£2,500
£1,500

Life on Mars

BRUN, Emmy Ingeborg, 1909. 
£60,000
£48,000

A German Planisphere

SCHULTZ, Joachim, 1938. 
£350
£210

Nine-Star Ki

Anonymous, 1950. 
£3,800
£2,280

The oldest surviving terrestrial globe

BEHAIM, Martin, 1992. 
£3,000
£2,400
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