This terrestrial globe, made by Willem Jansz Blaeu, lacks a date and dedication but is probably later than 1645. On the roughly outlined coasts of Australia (New Holland), there is a mention of the year 1629 and a reference to the discoveries by the traveler Van Nuyts. California, still depicted as an island, contains a caption listing the various attempts to find a passage from Europe to Asia via the northern part of the American/Asian continent. Bears the production serial number 9. Paired with the celestial globe inv. 2697. Provenance: Medici collections.