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Horizon ring for globe.

Printed horizon ring for a 28cm diameter German globe. The ring is divided in quarters and engraved two by two on one copper plate. The size of the paper is 44 x 33cm. Th...

$950 / ≈ €889
Maker / Publisher: EIMMART, G.C.
Place & Date: Nuremberg, 1704/1705

 


Réseau aérien mondial.

"Sur les ailes d'Air France, découvrez le monde à votre tour" lithograph poster from AIR France. A great mid-century design by Air France advertising poster b...

$1600 / ≈ €1497
Maker / Publisher: PLAQUET. / AIR FRANCE
Place & Date: Imprimerie Perceval Paris, ca. 1940-1950

 


Tweevoudigh onderwiis van de Hemelsche en Aerdsche Globen; Het een Na de meyning van Ptolemeus met een vasten Aerdkloot...

Tweevoudigh onderwiis van de Hemelsche en Aerdsche Globen; Het een Na de meyning van Ptolemeus met een vasten Aerdkloot; Het ander Na de Natuerlijcke stelling van N. Cope...

$2250 / ≈ €2105
Maker / Publisher: BLAEU, W.
Place & Date: Amsterdam, 1655

 


Globe, Miniature, Terrestrial Pocket Globe in Celestial Case

A pocket globe, of typical form, the terrestrial globe with engraved hand-colored gores, having holes at the poles but no axis pins (as issued). The globe is contained wi...

$6500 / ≈ €6082
Maker / Publisher: ANONYMOUS
Place & Date: London, ca. 1780

 


Allegory of geography.

Two putty studying a terrestrial globe, one of them holding a pair of dividers. The information on the globe is clearly imaginary but the two cartouches and ships are typ...

$7500 / ≈ €7018
Maker / Publisher: KERKHOVE, Joseph Vanden
Place & Date: Bruges, ca. 1700

 


NEWTON'S New and Improved TERRESTRIAL GLOBE Accurately delineated from the observations of the most esteemed NAVIGATORS AND TRAVELLERS to the Present Time. . .

A very impressive Victorian 20-inch Library globe showing the "Gulf of Corea". On an exceptionally carved mahogany tripod stand with scrolling acanthus legs ter...

$25000 / ≈ €23393
Maker / Publisher: NEWTON and SON
Place & Date: London, January 1, 1867