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582 - Yes We Clan: Selected Scottish Tartans
(18) Macleod of Lewis One of two branches of Macleods - the other ... [9] Without an official chieftain, but retaining the right to bear arms (i.e. a coat of arms). [10] The ‘Fifteen’, started in 1715 and the ‘Forty-five’, started in 1745 and ...
Here Be Dragons—And Map Lovers
Mr. Khotimsky said he did not have access to antique maps growing ... will offer about 50 maps at its Dec. 5 event, which includes a pair of French globes ($450,000 to $600,000). Swann Galleries (about 250 maps and atlases) sells on Dec. 6.
Rare globe names 'Canada'
The twin set of globes, says Sotheby's, is "extremely rare" - one of only two pairs known to exist, the other being housed in a centuries-old observatory in Rome - and thus expected to sell for as much as $235,000 at a May 19 sale of antique atlases, maps ...
Putting Canada on the map: 16th-century globe that first labeled Great White North to be auctioned in U.K.
the other being housed in a centuries-old observatory in Rome — and thus expected to sell for as much as $235,000 at a May 19 sale of antique atlases, maps and other historical objects. “These globes are celebrated for the restrained delicacy ...
Globe that put 'Canada' on the map to be auctioned
the other being housed in a centuries-old observatory in Rome - and thus expected to sell for as much as $235,000 at a May 19 sale of antique atlases, maps and other historical objects. "These globes are celebrated for the restrained delicacy, precision ...
Rare 16th-century globe that first put ‘Canada’ on the map to be auctioned in U.K.
the other being housed in a centuries-old observatory in Rome — and thus expected to sell for as much as $235,000 at a May 19 sale of antique atlases, maps and other historical objects. “These globes are celebrated for the restrained delicacy ...