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Astronomical Table Clock - Gilded Brass - Clockmaker: Caspar Behaim (Chasparus Bohemus) (active 1568–84) - Vienna, Austria - 1568

Astronomical Table Clock - Gilded Brass - Clockmaker: Caspar Behaim (Chasparus Bohemus) (active 1568–84) - Vienna, Austria - 1568

Clock Clockmaker: Karl Schmidt (ca. 1590–1635/36, working 1614) Date: ca. 1620–35 Culture: German (Augsberg) Medium: Case: gilded brass and gilded silver on a base of ebony, and ebony veneered on fruitwood; Dial: silvered brass

Clock Clockmaker: Karl Schmidt (ca. 1590–1635/36, working 1614) Date: ca. 1620–35 Culture: German (Augsberg) Medium: Case: gilded brass and gilded silver on a base of ebony, and ebony veneered on fruitwood; Dial: silvered brass

Silver gilt and enamel, eight-day going timepiece, designed as a cheval glass. Plojoux, circa 1910

Silver gilt and enamel, eight-day going timepiece, designed as a cheval glass. Plojoux, circa 1910

This Vintage Vienna Austria travel poster was printed by Brüder Rosenbaum in Austria, c. 1950s.

This Vintage Vienna Austria travel poster was printed by Brüder Rosenbaum in Austria, c. 1950s.

Monstrance Clock or Mirror Clock, ca. 1570  Made in Nuremberg, Germany  Case of gilt bronze; dial of gilt brass; movement of steel. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Monstrance Clock or Mirror Clock, ca. 1570 Made in Nuremberg, Germany Case of gilt bronze; dial of gilt brass; movement of steel. Metropolitan Museum of Art

Astronomical Clock with Terrestrial and Celestial Globes, Germany c. 1584 (via The State Hermitage Museum)

Astronomical Clock with Terrestrial and Celestial Globes, Germany c. 1584 (via The State Hermitage Museum)

This Vintage Vienna Austria travel poster was printed by Brüder Rosenbaum in Austria, c. 1950s.

This Vintage Vienna Austria travel poster was printed by Brüder Rosenbaum in Austria, c. 1950s.

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