1770 Table Clock With Planetarium The planetarium clock pictured below is an absolute work of art. It was made in 1770 in Paris
globe by day ,constellations by night
Armillary sphere with astronomical clock made by Joost Bürgi and Antonius Eisenhoit, Kassel, 1585. Constructed from bronze, steel and ebony. The sphere was looted from Prague by Swedish forces in 1648 and is currently the property of the Nordiska Museet in Stockholm. Note says: "Johannes Kepler studied the stars with the help of this armillary sphere". Date 4 March 2009 Author Chris Bainbridge
wasbella102: “Planispheric Astrolabe” or the Astronomical Astrolabe
Armillary sphere made in 1562 by Gualterus Arsenius in Louvain.
A limited edition grand orrery, George Gyori, recent, mounted on a wooden ebonised base, separated by brass and wooden columns, engraved wit...