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Cartouche in hypothetical southern continent
Terrestrial table globe. It forms a pair with the celestial globe, Colom GLB0171. Geographical details on the sphere include loxodromes for 32 compass points. California is drawn as an island and there is a label for 'Buttons bay'. The hypothetical southern continent is labelled. There is a comment in Asia, but the northern boundary of Japan is not drawn.
Jacob Aertsz Colom
- Image reference: D3340_2
- Caird (formerly Mensing) Collection, National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London