Order no. 106.JAK

The ingenious medieval measuring instrument with which Columbus already determined the heights and angular distances of stars and landmarks and which was only superseded in the 18th century by the mirror sextant.
The historically exact, fully functional cardboard replica has a longitudinal rod with scales that can be read to the minute and 3 cross rods for the ranges from 45° to 29°/15°/8° each.

Kit: Din A3, folded to Din A4.