Pocket terrestrial and celestial globe

Made:
1824 in City of London
maker:
John Bleuler
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Pocket globe by John Bleuler, 1824, in fish-skin case, the inside of which constitutes a celestial globe. Detail view
Science Museum Group Collection
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Pocket globe by John Bleuler, 1824, in fish-skin case, the inside of which constitutes a celestial globe. Graduated
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Pocket globe by John Bleuler, 1824, in fish-skin case, the inside of which constitutes a celestial globe. Case slighty
Science Museum Group Collection
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Pocket globe by John Bleuler, 1824, in fish-skin case, the inside of which constitutes a celestial globe. View of case
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Science Museum Group Collection
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Pocket Terrestial Globe, 3 diameter, by John Bleuler, 1824, in fish-skin case, the inside of which constitutes a
Science Museum Group
© The Board of Trustees of the Science Museum

Pocket Terrestial Globe, 3" diameter, by John Bleuler, 1824, in fish-skin case, the inside of which constitutes a celestial globe, inscribed "BLUELER, 27, Ludgate Street, London, 1824".

Details

Category:
Astronomy
Object Number:
1936-53
Materials:
case, fish-skin, paper and globe, paper, card
Measurements:
overall (globe in case, as shown in image): 80 mm x 170 mm x 98 mm, 0.166 kg
case: 85 mm
globe: 3 in.; 76.2 mm
type:
terrestrial globe
taxonomy:
  • visual and verbal communication
  • globe - cartographic sphere
  • visual and verbal communication
  • globe - cartographic sphere
credit:
Miss E Dixon