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 Giovanni Battista Giusti
Giovanni Battista Giusti was active in Florence during the second half of the 16th century, where he probably worked in the service of the Grand Duke, in the workshop that made scientific instruments for the Grand Ducal collection. Numerous quadrants and other measuring instruments which originally belonged to the Medicean collection bear his signature. Other instruments have been attributed to him.

For instruments by Giovanni Battista Giusti, see:
   Astrolabe, Attributed to Giovanni Battista Giusti, Florence, Later 16th century (Firenze, IMSS)
   Quadrant, Attributed to Giovanni Battista Giusti, Florence, 16th century (Firenze, IMSS)
   Quadrant, Attributed to Giovanni Battista Giusti, Italian, Dated 1556 (Firenze, IMSS)
   Quadrant, Signed by Giovanni Battista Giusti, Florence, Dated 1568 (Firenze, IMSS)
   Quadrant, Signed by Giovanni Battista Giusti, Florence, Later 16th century (Firenze, IMSS)
   Quadrant, Signed by Giovanni Battista Giusti, Florence, Dated 1565 (Firenze, IMSS)

References:

G. L'E. Turner, "The Florentine Workshop of Giovan Battista Giusti, 1556-c.1575", Nuncius: Annali di storia della scienza, 10 (1995), pp. 131-72.

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