A 19th century German terrestrial pocket globe marked

A 19th century German terrestrial pocket globe marked


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Category: Globes & Orreries


A 19th century German terrestrial pocket globe marked


 “Marke Polar Sterne”


Carl Bauer Family.


It come with an  half original cardboard  box, but the upper part with the figure on the top is not original, it was made later just to preserve the globe from damage.

Globe  very good  condition  size : 12,5 cm diameter


Johann Bernard Bauer (1752-1839) was a scientific instruments and globes maker working in Nuremberg, along with his sons Carl Johann Sigmund (1780-1857) and Peter Bauer (1783-1847).

The Bauer family produced a variety of globes, including miniatures for the educational market.

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IT Eppursimuove


Eppursimuove is located in the northwest of Italy. I deal with antique scientific instruments and their history. This passion has turned into a profession that leads me every day in search of ancient instruments that helped us to observe, measure, explore and know the sky and the earth. They still amaze and make us wonder, as they did for their original makers and users. For this reason they must be preserved and collected. Please feel free contact me if you need more information on listed items. Thanks.
Recently and in the future, enquiries and sales are managed by Maddalena Padovan (Ugo's daughter).