2 edition of Joslin"s terrestrial and celestial globes found in the catalog.
|Other titles||How to use a globe., Joslin"s hand-book to the terrestrial and celestial globes.|
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|Pagination||44 p. :|
|Number of Pages||44|
An exquisite pair of 16th Century Mercator globes mounted on solid walnut bookend stands with bronze fittings, anti-slip base. Ideal for a history enthusiast or anyone who loves to display their prized books. Beautifully balanced, but not identical, one globe features terrestrial cartography and the other a fascinating chart of the heavens. Joslins Terrestrial table globe on stand with turned legs, marked: Boston (crack in globe) dia. 6in. Nicolas Bion's Celestial and Terrestrial Globes. Apr $ Smith Globe Pair. 18 Hours Left. $25, there are 's of them listed in the phone book. The winning bidder is determined by the auctioneer only All items. Improved Globe, Boston. (Terrestrial Globe). Copley, Charles ; Joslin, Gilman, View larger, zoomable image (turn off pop-up blocker) Full Title: Improved Globe, Boston. Manufactured by Gilman Joslin, Corrected to Entered according to Act of Congress in the year by Charles Copley New York. (Terrestrial Globe).
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Home» Books» Joslin's terrestrial and celestial globes. Joslin's terrestrial and celestial globes. Joslin, Gilman G. Joslin & Son, Creator: Joslin, Gilman. Published: Joslins terrestrial and celestial globes book.
Joslin & Son, Subject(s): History and Culture; Natural and Author: Gilman Joslin. At head of title: How to use Joslins terrestrial and celestial globes book globe Cover title: Joslin's hand-book to the terrestrial and celestial globes NMAH copy is 23 cmPages: COVID Resources.
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Joslin's hand-book to the terrestrial and celestial globes [cover] Description: Back to School: A number of instructional manuals on the use of globes were written in the 19th century.
Manuals were written by educators to assist children using globes in the classroom, or by globe makers themselves, to explain the functions of their product.
Globe. Instruction on use of Globes & Joslin catalogue. Excellent illustrations of Joslin's globes, with descriptions and prices. Date is estimated. Small book is bound with cloth covered paper covers with "Joslin's Hand-book to the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes." in gold.
References: Warner p Note Pub list no.: : Terrestrial and Celestial Globes Vol. I: Their History and Construction Including a Consideration of their Value as Aids in Joslins terrestrial and celestial globes book Study of Geography and and Celestial Globes Vol.
I - II Book 1) eBook: Edward Luther Stevenson: Kindle StorePrice: $ Joslin's Terrestrial and Celestial Globes. Joslin, Gilman. Boston:  curated label: In the 19th century and earlier, globes were considered to be scientific instruments and were used to teach students how to solve problems of astronomy.
This booklet combines that function with several pages of advertisements for globes. Joslin's terrestrial and celestial globes is an unchanged, high-quality reprint of the original edition of Hansebooks is editor of the literature on different topic areas such as research and science, travel and expeditions, cooking and nutrition, medicine, and other genres.
As a publisher we focus on the preservation of historical literature. The women probably pasted the paper gores onto the globe balls.
William B. Annin, the artist who drew and engraved the plates for this celestial globe, also worked for Loring. Ref: Gilman Joslin & Son, Joslin’s Terrestrial and Celestial Globes (Boston, ), p. All Smithsonian museums and Smithsonian Libraries locations continue Joslins terrestrial and celestial globes book be closed to support the effort to contain the spread of COVID We are not announcing a re-opening date at this time and Joslins terrestrial and celestial globes book provide updates on a regular and as-needed basis.
A matched pair of celestial and terrestrial globes have long been a fixture Joslins terrestrial and celestial globes book the Library. Both globes have these statements on the circular horizon band: "Manufactured by Gilman Joslin, Corrected to Date" and "Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year by Charles Copley, in the Clerks Office, of the District Court, of the Southern District of New York".
Paris, Adams, G. A treatise describing and explaining the construction and the use of new celestial and terrestrial globes, designed to illustrate in the most easy manner the phenomena of the earth and heavens. London, Astronomical and geographical essays.
London, A treatise on the construction of globes. London, Author: Edward Luther Stevenson. The firm of Gilman Joslin were based out of Boston. This globe, I believe, dates from around It's part of a series Joslins terrestrial and celestial globes book very traditional globes that we would see.
Antique French large terrestrial Globe Sphere Delamarche mappemonde. Maison Delamarche Paris in Alexander died in so this globe is part of the last lineage of the famous French map maker of the 18th century, globe making was not just a luxury item. Page 63 - Tofind the latitude and longitude of a star* RULE.
Place the upper end of the quadrant of altitude on the north or south pole of the ecliptic, according as the star is on the north or south side of the ecliptic, and move the other end till the star comes to the graduated edge of the quadrant: the number of degrees between the ecliptic and the star is the latitude ; and the number of.
How to Use a Globe, Joslin’s Terrestrial and Celestial Globes/ Joslin’s Hand-book to the Terrestrial and Celestial Globes. Gilman Joslin & Son, Manufacturers and Dealers, 5 Mt.
Vernon Avenue, Boston, Massachusetts: [n.d., but c. ], pp. Manual for Joslin’s New Solar Telluric Globe, Designed for the Use of Families, Schools and. James Wilson 13 Inch Terrestrial Globe (Pair With 13 Inch Celestial Globe # Globe Maker: James Wilson Exhibiting with the greatest possible accuracy, the positions of the principal known places of the earth; with the tracks of various circumnavigators together with new discoveries and political alterations down to the present period: by J.
Wilson & Sons Albany St. N.Y. A fine pair of terrestrial and celestial globes by terrestrial globe shows all the most recent discoveries of the time including the over-painted track of the transatlantic telegraph cable and ‘National Park’ (now Yellowstone) which provides a date post Both globes are set in an unusual tripod stand comprising a rotating frame in an iron cradle on three screw-in black and.
The David Rumsey collection has the full text of the Andrews handbook located here: AH Andrews globe handbook, and the Smithsonian has the Joslin text here: Joslin's handbook to the terrestrial and celestial globes These 2 books have been on my most wanted list for quite a long time.
They seem to become available very rarely at best. JOSLINS TERRESTRIAL Globe / World Globe - $2, Own a very different view of the world from years ago.
Imagine if you lived in Russian America, there were no country borders in South America or Africa and Eurasia was barely has been owned by family since its manufacture. It is in great shape, both moving parts operate smoothly and all words/descriptions are Location: Springfield, Vermont.
Joslin's six inch celestial globe from the best authorities Six inch celestial globe from the best authorities Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a.
Joslin's six inch terrestrial globe, containing the latest discoveries Other Title Six inch terrestrial globe, containing the latest discoveries Contributor Names Joslin, Gilman.
Annin, William B. World & Celestial Globes. Email to friends Share on Facebook - opens in a new window or tab Share on Twitter Details about Joslins Terrestrial Globe / World Globe. Joslins Terrestrial Globe / World Globe. Item Information. Condition: not specified. Price: US $2,Location: Springfield, Vermont.
As you probably know, globes are not dated as are most books or maps. Globes were advertised to be “up-to-date” or “up to the minute”, thus to date them would defeat this. A globe can only be dated by the geographical-political names and borders found on it.
Photographs of entire globe. Joslin issued the inch terrestrial and celestial globes on a variety of stands including a low rococo iron table stand, a four-legged turned table stand, an elaborate rococo cast iron floor stand (as offered here), an ebonized aesthetic movement tripod floor stand with circular turned legs, and an on a spun brass floor stand with lion mask decorations.
In the last quarter of the 19th Century, Copley's globes were revised and reissued by the prominent American globe maker Gilman Joslin, and the Franklin group of globe makers.
Though the inch terrestrial globes appear with some frequency on the market, their celestial counterparts are more scarce. The present example has an interesting. Globes Celestial globe with raised new discovery mentioned in the cartouche might be California as not an island - which as well as having a.
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Search Catalog Data Catalog Data & text in Documents Search By Date Range; Advanced Search. A lovely Josiah Loring terrestrial globe produced in Boston in or around In beautiful condition, with none of the craquelure that often mars early American globes.
Josiah Loring (ca. ) was the first commercial globe maker active in Boston and one of the first American makers to follow pioneer James Wilson (According to Bedini’s Thinkers and Tinkers William B. Annin received a. Celestial globes in my mind deserve attention as perfect companions to any terrestrial globe in a collection.
American globe makers made some of the most stunning celestial globes in the world over the past years, below Ive got a picture of 3 of my favorite globes fromall celestial. The Franklin company, associated with H. Nims, Meriam & Moore and Knight names all seemed to borrow furniture, iron and brass work from Gilman Joslin's woodwrights and foundry castings.
This particular stand was most often seen on the prize winning Copley 16 inch terrestrial and celestial globes made by Joslin at the time. Description A Gilman Joslin Terrestrial Library Globe on Black Painted Stand, United States, circa Marks: MANUFACTURED BY GILMAN JOSLIN, CORRECTED TO DATE, IMPROVED GLOBE, BOSTON 37 inches high x /2 inches diameter ( x cm) The globe having approximately 16 inch diameter, hand-colored steel-engraved map, titled on horizon ring IMPROVED GLOBE.
A 12" globe on a tripod stand, this globe was manufactured by Gilman Joslin, an American globe maker active for nearly a half-century. Joslin ended globe production near the end of the 19th century. The craftsmanship in Joslin globes and mounts is superior to much.
A Terrestrial globes with representation solely of meridians and parallels A Terrestrial globes in flattened form A Two terrestrial globes, maps of the world in two hemispheres A Free-standing terrestrial globes A Terrestrial globes with a banderole or an inscription A Terrestrial globes with human beings or parts of the human body A Terrestrial globes.
Pair Charles Dien (French) inch terrestrial and celestial globes, c. $1, In the last quarter of the 19th Century, Copley's globes were revised and reissued by the prominent American globe maker Gilman Joslin, and the Franklin group of globe makers.
Though the inch terrestrial globes appear with some frequency on the market, their celestial. Description An American Gilman Joslin Terrestrial Library Globe on Stand, circa Marks: MANUFACTURED BY GILMAN JOSLIN, CORRECTED TO DATE, IMPROVED GLOBE, BOSTON 37 inches high x /2 inches diameter ( x cm) The globe having approximately 16 inch diameter, hand-colored steel-engraved map, titled on horizon ring IMPROVED GLOBE, BOSTON, MANUFACTURED BY GILMAN JOSLIN.
inch Terrestrial Globe, Gilman Joslin, Boston, late 19th Century, Cast Iron Tripod Stand. Approx. 16" D., 19" Ht.
Emery Molyneux (/ ˈ ɛ m ə r i ˈ m ɒ l ɪ n oʊ / EM-ər-ee MOL-in-oh; died June ) was an English Elizabethan maker of globes, mathematical instruments and terrestrial and celestial globes, first published inwere the first to be made in Occupation: Maker of globes, mathematical instruments.
Pdf celestial globe has a longer history than the terrestrial globe. Greek and Roman authors pdf the existence of celestial globes as well as instances of their use. Cicero, in his treatise De Republica describes the use of one by Archimedes ( BCE). The first terrestrial globe, on the other hand, was produced by Krates of Mallos.View this item and discover similar for sale at 1stdibs - Philips six-inch Terrestrial Globe, London, Bibliographical ebook v.
2, p. Terrestrial and celestial globes; their history and construction, including a consideration of their value as aids in the study of geography and astronomy.