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Bijoux gothique moderne - Bing images

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TELLURIUM. French, late 19th century, height 17", width 18".  Signed: INSTRUMENT ASTRONOMIQUE M.VIVIEN DE ST MARTIN PAR AMBASSADE DE FRANCE DANS LE EMPIRE AUTRICHE-HONGARIE 1889. 17,000pounds.  driven by clockwork, devised to demonstrate the effect of the motion of the earth and the obliquity of its axis in causing the alternation of day and night, and the succession of the seasons. to teach "the use of the globes", as elementary astronomy was called.

French, Driven by clockwork, devised th effect o/t motion o/t earth & obliquity f its axis in causing th alternation f day & night & succession o/t seasons. 2 teach "th use o/t globes", aka elementary astronomy

Trippensee Planetarium, Globe Maker: Trippensee Planetarium Company; Cartographer: (Rand, McNally  Co.) (Published: Trippensee Planetarium Company c1900. Detroit, Mich.)

Cartographer: Rand, McNally & Company (Published: Trippensee Planetarium Company 1900 ca.

Charles-François Delamarche (attr.), Tellurium

) Tellurium, ca. 1800 Florence, Istituto e Museo di Storia della Scienza, inv. This device shows the Earth's movement around the Sun and the Moon's movement around the Earth, albeit in a simplified form and not to scale.

Globus pokal with Hercules carrying the Earth globe Handlebar, Elias (1626-1671) | goldsmith Schmidt, Johannes (1608-1647) | Engraver Augsburg to 1624-1628

Globe Cup with Hercules carrying the terrestrial globe Schmidt, John (engraver) Handlebars, Elias (Goldsmith) Augsburg for

The Cosmosphere consists of a printed terrestrial globe, set inside a revolving glass celestial globe. It was invented by Dr William Muller, a major of the Royal Hanoverian Engineers from Woolwich 1829.

1824 "cosmosphere", a printed terrestrial globe, set inside a revolving glass celestial globe. It was invented by Dr William Muller, a major of the Royal Hanoverian Engineers from Woolwich, and made by the Cary brothers.