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  EUROPE 

DOPPELMAYR, Johann Gabriel. [The path of the 1706 total solar eclipse over Europe]
Eclipseos Solis Totalis cum mora, d.12 Maji 1706, horis autem: in Europa celebratæ… Amsterdam: Pieter Schenk, c.1710. Original colour. 485 x 570mm. Minor repairs in bottom margin.
A rare map of the route of the 1706 solar eclipse across Europe, which was total across southern Spain and France, central Germany, northern Poland, Livonia, eastern Finland and Russian Lapland. One diagram explains the science of an eclipse and another predicts the path of the 1715 eclipse, the one observed by Halley.
[Ref: 18580]    £1,400.00 ($1,779 • €1,572 rates)


  CELESTIAL 
 Celestial Maps 

DOPPELMAYR, Johann Gabriel. [A fine pair of 18th century celestial hemispheres]
Hemisphaerium Coeli Boreale. [&] Hemisphaerium Coeli Australe. Nuremberg, Homann's Heirs, 1742. Coloured. Two sheets, ea. c.485 x 580mm.
The Northern and Southern skies, divided into the Classical Constellations. In the corners are elevations of eight of the most important observatories of Europe, including Greenwich. Most of the constellations depicted are still familiar today, but on the Southern sheet is 'Robur Carolinum' (Charles's Oak), introduced by Edmund Halley in 1678 but not one of the 88 constellations recognised today.
[Ref: 18919]    £4,250.00 ($5,402 • €4,773 rates)


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