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Thomas Gemini

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Double quadrant on display at the Museo Galileo (Florence)

Thomas Gemini (c.1510-1562) came to England from the Low Countries and became estabished as an engraver, printer and mathematical instrument maker in London. He may have been the first to establish a commercial instrument workshop in London. Four of his instruments are known to have survived in museums.[1]

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  1. [1] Epact website - Thomas Gemini