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Richard Glynne (18th century) Armillary sphere-orrery, ca. 1720 This instrument is a combination of an armillary sphere and a new kind of planetarium called an orrery. It demonstrates the structure of the Copernican universe.

Jost Bürgi and Antonius Eisenhoit: Armillary sphere with astronomical clock, made 1585 in Kassel, now at Nordiska Museet in Stockholm

An exceptional brass and silvered-brass mechanical equinoctial standing ring-dial made by Richard Glynne for the Earl of Ilay, London, c. 1720. This combination sundial and mechanical clock illustrates the continuing dependence upon sundials for precision timekeeping.

Diane Arbus, 1957, Boy in Blackface with a friend