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1. Equinoctial Dial, by Juan Cocart, Spanish, 1596 2. Equinoctial Dial, German, Early 18th Century 3. Astrolabe, by Muhammad Mahdi al-Yazdi, Persian, c. 1660 4. Equinoctial Ring Dial, by J. H. Weyerman, Ronsdorf, 1747 5. Equinoctial Ring Dial, with Horizontal Compass Dial, by I.... 6. Crescent Dial, by Johann Martin, Augsburg, 17th Century 7. Disc Protractor, by John Marke, London, c. 1670 8. Equinoctial Dial, by Joannes Petrus Rutzius, Freiberg, Early... 9. Horizontal String-Gnomon Dial, German, Later 16th Century 10. Horizontal String-Gnomon Dial, by Erasmus Habermel, Prague?,... 11. Morland Adding Machine, perhaps by Humphrey Adamson, London,... 12. Mechanical Equinoctial Dial, by J. Vauloue, London, Before... 13. Set of Drawing Instruments, by Thomas Heath, London, c. 1740 14. Set of Drawing Instruments, English, Late 18th Century 15. Set of Drawing Instruments, by Claude Langlois, Paris, c. 1740 16. Lodestone, English?, 18th Century 17. Pen and Ink Case, Irish?, c. 1800 18. Sector and Plumb-Level, by Clerget, Paris, c. 1700 19. Diptych Dial, by R. F., French, c. 1620 20. Diptych Dial, French, c. 1620 21. Equinoctial Ring Dial with Quadrant, by Walter Hayes, London,... 22. Equinoctial Dial, Spanish?, 1619 23. Diptych Dial, Spanish?, 1604 24. Diptych Dial, French, c. 1600 25. Marconi Ladies' Silver Pocket Scent Bottle and Stopper, by...