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Cartographer: John Cary
Title: : Cary's New Terrestrial & Celestial Globes
Date: 1806      Size: 15 x 25 inches
Published: London
Description: A pair of 15-inch table-top library globes, one celestial and one terrestrial. Both in polished, dark wood stands with brass full meridians and with compasses in the base.
Map Ref: GLOBE277
Cartographer: John Cary
Title: : Cary's New Terrestrial Globe & Cary's New Celestial Globe
Date: 1818      Size: 25 x 45 inches
Published: London
Description: A pair of 18-inch standing library globes, one celestial (dated 1816) and one terrestrial (dated 1818). Both on original, three-legged, dark wood stands with brass meridians. Each globe is approximately 45 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE244
Cartographer: Newton, Son & Berry
Title: : Newton's New & Improved Terrestrial Globe
Date: c. 1833      Size: 3 x 7 inches
Published: London
Description: Miniature 3 inch terrestrial globe showing the routes of Captain James Cook and polar explorer Captain John Biscoe. Brass half meridan and wooden spindle base.
Map Ref: GLOBE352
Cartographer: John Cary
Title: : Cary's New Terrestrial & Celestial Globes
Date: 1842      Size: 15 x 40 inches
Published: London
Description: A pair of 15-inch standing library globes, one terrestrial (dated 1842) and one celestial (dated 1818). Lacking stretchers and compasses. 40 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE154
Cartographer: Thomas Malby
Title: : Pair of Malby Library Globes - Celestial & Terrestrial
Date: 1854      Size: 21 x 43 inches
Published: London
Description: Large pair of 15-inch library globes produced by Thomas Malby using information from the Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge. The mahogany three-legged stands are carved with foliage decoration and have inset compasses. The terrestrial globe is dated 1854 and the celestial globe is dated 1850. 43 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE177
Cartographer: Thomas Malby
Title: : Malby's Terrestrial Globe Compiled from the Latest & Most Authentic Sources
Date: 1899      Size: 9 x 14 inches
Published: London
Description: Wonderful 9-inch terrestrial globe on a turned spindle base with a brass half-meridian. Shows the world's borders at the very end of the 19th century. Published by Edward Stanford, one of London's leading map and globe sellers. 14 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE341
Cartographer: Heinrich C. Kiepert
Title: : Jordglob
Date: 1909      Size: 21 x 38 inches
Published: Stockholm
Description: A rare and extraordinarily large 21-inch Swedish terrestrial globe raised on a turned spindle on a wooden, ebony-finished base. Brass calibrated half-meridian. Stands 38 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE115
Cartographer: Geographia Ltd.
Title: : "Geographia" 12 Inch Terrestrial Globe
Date: c. 1923      Size: 12 x 19 inches
Published: London
Description: Illuminating 12-inch globe on a wooden base. British Empire possessions are shown in red. Steamer routes and railways are also marked. 19 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE326
Cartographer: Jules Forest
Title: : Nueva Esfera Terrestre
Date: c. 1929      Size: 11 x 20 inches
Published: Paris
Description: 10 inch Spanish terrestrial globe showing ocean currents and commercial shipping routes. Stands upon a wooden spindle base and with a brass ruled half meridan.
Map Ref: GLOBE351
Cartographer: Weber Costello
Title: : New Peerless 12 Inch Globe
Date: c. 1936      Size: 13 x 16 inches
Published: Chicago
Description: Vintage 12 inch terrestrial globe with black sea and sat upon an early art deco style airplane base, with ruled half meridian. The globe highlights aviation achievements around the world.
Map Ref: GLOBE354
Cartographer: Anon
Title: : [13-Inch Terrestrial Globe]
Date: c. 1938      Size: 13 x 21 inches
Published: N/A
Description: 13-inch terrestrial globe with a steel, ruled half-meridian and a 6-inch wooden base. Shows the world's political boundaries just before the outbreak of WWII. British possessions are coloured white. 21 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE330
Cartographer: Jules Forest
Title: : Globe Terrestre Lumineux
Date: c. 1940      Size: 6 x 8 inches
Published: Paris
Description: 6-inch French terrestrial globe on a polished wooded base with major shipping routes in red and ocean currents shown. 8 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE348
Cartographer: Edwin Hammar
Title: : Columbus-Jordglob
Date: c. 1942      Size: 12 x 20 inches
Published: Stockholm
Description: 12-inch Swedish terrestrial globe with a brass calibrated half meridian. Raised on a spindle on a wooden base with an inset compass. 20 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE217
Cartographer: Rand, McNally & Co.
Title: : Rand McNally Indexed Terrestrial Art Globe
Date: 1942      Size: 9 x 13 inches
Published: Chicago
Description: American terrestrial globe has a brass calibrated half meridian and it is raised on a brass base. Based on a scale of one inch per 888 miles. Printed colour.
Map Ref: GLOBE249
Cartographer: Paul Rath
Title: : Relief-Erdglobus
Date: c. 1947      Size: 14 x 20 inches
Published: Leipzig
Description: Unusual German 12-inch raised-relief globe with a steel, ruled half-meridian and a wood base. 20 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE300
Cartographer: Replogle Globes, Inc
Title: : 10-Inch Standard Globe
Date: 1948      Size: 11 x 16 inches
Published: Chicago
Description: 10-Inch terrestrial globe on a metal, mechanical base showing the time-zones of the world. British Empire territories are in red and major commercial routes across the world are included. 16 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE301