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Universal equinoctial ring dial
Universal equinoctial ring dial for all latitudes. Standard dial (see related terms) except for the following details: On the latitude scale, which is divided clockwise from top 0-90-0-90-0, 'S' and 'N' are marked either side of the top zero, and there is a scale for determining the solar altitude and zenith distance. On the obverse side and the inner-rim of the equinoctial ring is an hour scale, and the reverse is blank apart from the signature: 'Nat. Witham Fecit.' There is a date scale, a zodiac scale and a declination scale. The equinoxes are marked at 9 â”œÃ²_ March and 11 September and there is a wheatsheaf pattern along the outer edges of the bridge bars.
- Image reference: F2106-1
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London