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Terrestrial table globe
Terrestrial table globe. Geographical details on the sphere show marks and labels of the antipodes of Graz. The west coast of North America is labelled, and California is peninsula. 'Nova Guinea' is depicted as a small island. East of it there is another one, which is labelled 'Nova Brit..'. Next to this island there is a very large one with the label 'Nova magna Guinea seu Piccinacoli'. Below this, there is a land indicated by its northern boundary; it is labelled 'Terra Carpentaria'. Part of the border of a hypothetical southern continent is indicated and labelled 'TERRA AUSTRALIS INCOGNITA MAGELLANICA'. This is followed by a note.
Original size: Overall: 562 x 534 mm; sphere diameter: 410 mm
- Image reference: L0202-005
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Caird Collection