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Nathalie C.
Nathalie C. • 2 years ago

(Wolfgang. Fugger.) A German silver, gilt and rock crystal pillar sun dial with calendar, serving as a complete civil and religious compendium of time, by Wolfgang Fugger, c. 1563

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