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Watch movement and inscription
Terrestrial clockwork globe. A globe of this rank was published by Pieter van den Keere in 1613 but the 'Strait of Ie Maire' has been added to the present copy. No other copies of this rank are known to date. It is appropriate that the Janssonius gores of 1620 should be combined with a mid-17th century watch movement but this globe was probably assembled during the late 19th, or early 20th century.
- Image reference: D7952_2
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London