Jodocus Hondius was a skilled cartographer. He purchased Mercator's copperplates, from which he published a new atlas and updated globes. Their combined work is considered instrumental in educating people from that period. Commemorate this rich history with the Hondius terrestrial globe. This 17th century replica globe comes with bronzes axis, engraved pole caps and classic hooks for hanging.
Antiqued ocean globe
Bronze axis, engraved pole caps and classic hooks to hang
Globe's semi-matte finish complements both traditional and contemporary decor
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As a set, these boxes could act as
proof of proficiency by a journeyman turner wanting to pass his masters finals. Classic shapes, moldings, bases, finials. Exotic and luxurious, yet so practical. Varnished inside and out, they hold celestial and ...
Gerardus Mercator published his first terrestrial globe in
1536, which introduced new concepts for navigation. His projection techniques were still commonly used until recently. Commemorate this rich history with the Mercator terrestrial globe. All AM globes are made using original ...