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The frontispiece of the cosmographical clock : representing the phnomena on Tuesday December the 3d 1700, three quarters past twelve / invented and made by John Carte, watch-maker in Garden-Court, near the fountain in the Middle-Temple, London

The frontispiece of the cosmographical clock : representing the phnomena on Tuesday December the 3d 1700, three quarters past twelve / invented and made by John Carte, watch-maker in Garden-Court, near the fountain in the Middle-Temple, London

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Creator: Carte, John
Date: 1700]
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With a large copperplate engraving of the clock-face, with a map of the world in the center.
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1 broadside
ill.
43 x 51 cm.
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Curatorial Area: Beinecke Library
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Object ID: 2024460
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