Antique sundials from the collections of the Landesmuseum, Stuttgart, Germany.

Hollow sundial with scales located on the inside of a hexagonal cup. Also marked with zodiac signs shows the monthly changing length of day and night, while the twelve houses in the sky in which the sun is located have been given horoscope scales. 1600.
Hollow sundial with scales located on the inside of a hexagonal cup. Also marked with zodiac signs shows the monthly changing length of day and night, while the twelve houses in the sky in which the sun is located have been given horoscope scales. 1600. German. Gilded brass. Collection of the Landesmuseum, Stuttgart. Cc0 license. via via https://www.landesmuseum-stuttgart.de/sammlung/sammlung-online/dk-details/?object_id=10019
Sundial from the estate of Duke Frederick I of Württemberg. 1596.
Sundial from the estate of Duke Frederick I of Württemberg. Archimedean, is composed of 18 squares and eight triangles. 1596. Wood and iron. Signed “LVDOVICVS HÖHENFELDER ANNO CHR [ISTI] 1596.” Collection of the Landesmuseum, Stuttgart. Cc0 license. via https://www.landesmuseum-stuttgart.de/sammlung/sammlung-online/dk-details/?object_id=10016
Equatorial sundials with mechanical minute display.
Equatorial sundials with mechanical minute display. 1720-25. Silver, brass, glass, and iron. Johann Martin Willebrand, maker (1642-1721). Collection of the Landesmuseum, Stuttgart. Cc0 license. via https://www.landesmuseum-stuttgart.de/sammlung/sammlung-online/dk-details/?object_id=10098