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Donegal Sundial
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Now in a private collection. A 20" diameter horizontal nonagonal slate dial with an extension from the "south" flat to accomodate "A Perpetual Almanack" and "Made in the year of our LORD 1815". It has a large fully qualified 32 point compass rose at the base of the (missing) gnomon, complete with fleur-de-lys marked the North Point. It has three different chapter rings to show the time at 34 different places.

Made for Lat 55° 05' North  Long 7° 21' West

Irish Grid     C   241220    424750

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