Instruments

All instruments are brass-reconstructions. They are made by hand and follow antique originals. Each of it is of highest quality and is signed with «MB» and numbered.

For photos of the back face of some instruments look at "Gallery".


Habermel Astrolabe (c. 1600)
Brass, diameter 210 mm, weight ca. 1700 g
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Arsenius Astrolabe (c. 1550)
Brass, diameter 157 mm, weight ca. 800 g
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Peuerbach Astrolabe (1457)
Brass, diameter 134 mm, weight ca. 690 g
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Urbino Astrolabe (1462)
Brass, diameter 13 cm, weight ca. 530 grams
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Arabian Astrolabe (ca. 1000 AD)
Brass, diameter 120 mm, weight ca. 650 g
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Gothic Astrolabe (14th century)
Brass, diameter 120 mm, weight ca. 400 g
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Hartmann Astrolabe (1531)
Brass, diameter 100 mm, weight ca. 280 g
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Small Astrolabe (c. 1500)
Brass, diameter 100 mm, weight ca. 230 g
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Carolingian Astrolabe (10th century?)
Brass, diameter 100 mm, weight c. 250 grams
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Astrolabe with lunar gearing (14th cent.)
Brass, diameter 133 mm, weight c. 560 grams
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Mariners Astrolabe (1632)
Brass, diameter 187 mm, thickness 10 mm, weight ca. 1600 g
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Armillary Dial (c. 1700)
Brass, height 190 mm, weight c. 370 g
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Armillary Sphere with solar and lunar gearing (16th century)
Brass, with wooden stand, height c. 30 cm, diam. of the horizon 15.5 cm, weight c. 850 g
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Equinoctial Ring Dial (c. 1700)
Brass, diameter 100 mm, weight ca. 250 g
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Regiomontan Dial and Sun-Quadrant (15th century)
Brass, 70 x 120 mm, weight ca. 240 g
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Apian Nocturnal (ca. 1520 AD)
Brass, lenght 135 mm, weight c. 90 grams
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