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Zacharias Landtecks neu inventirte geographische Universal-Zeig und Schlag-Uhr = Zacharias Landtecks nieuw uytgevonde weereld-beeldigh wys en slag werk
- Landteck, Zacharias
- [Nuremburg? : s.n., 1705?]
World map centered on the North Pole, surrounded by the sky and the signs of the zodiac; set within the dial of a mantle-piece clock invented by Zacharias Landteck showing different times around the world. Text in German and Dutch. Published in Homann's Atlas in 1705. cf. Tooley's dictionary of mapmakers, vol. 3, p. 80
- Astronomical clocks—Germany—Early works to 1800, World maps—Early works to 1800, and World maps—1705
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