19th century table globe on stand

19th century table globe on stand
Circa 1814
A rare and fine 7" terrestrial desk or table globe by Carl J.S. Bauer, Nuremberg. Supported on a solid wooden frame with a shaped turned baluster support having an inset compass. 17" high.

Bauer, Johann (1752-1839), Carl (1780-1857) & Peter (1783-1847) Nuremberg.
Johann Bernard Bauer and his sons Carl and Peter produced scientific instruments and globes in Nuremberg. They manufactured a vast variety of globes. Carl Bauer created several variations of a miniature globe in a box with inserted folding engravings of the peoples of the world as a set (The Earth and its Inhabitants) in English and German. These sets came in a little box and are either unsigned or bear the initials C.B. on the globe or box.


Carl J. S. Bauer, Nuremberg

16.93 inches
12.60 inches

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