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Cartographer: William Fraser
Title: : Georgian Waywiser
Date: c. 1795      Size: 32 x 20 inches
Published: London
Description: Remarkable George III mahogany waywiser. Manufactured in London, circa 1795. The wheel measures 31.5 inches in diameter.
Map Ref: GLOBE157
Cartographer: Elliot Bros.
Title: : Victorian Waywiser
Date: c. 1850      Size: 50 x 20 inches
Published: London
Description: Marvellous Victorian waywiser. Six spoke iron wheel with a brass and silvered reading dial.
Map Ref: GLOBE191
Cartographer: J. Berg
Title: : Tellurian
Date: c. 1870      Size: 25 x 16 inches
Published: Stockholm
Description: Swedish 19th-century tellurian with a six-legged, cast-iron base. 16 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE176
Cartographer: Maison Delamarche
Title: : Mouret-System Globe-Clock
Date: c. 1880      Size: 10 x 27 inches
Published: Paris
Description: Unusual and elaborate Mouret globe-clock designed to show the position of the Sun over the Earth using a rotating 8-inch terrestrial globe.
Map Ref: GLOBE195
Cartographer: J. Cottet
Title: : Franche Comté Rosewood Table Clock
Date: c. 1880      Size: 21 x 41 inches
Published: Morez
Description: A large and impressive Franche Comté rosewood calendrical and astronomical striking table clock, 40 inches high. Manufactured in Morez, in the Jura region of France.
Map Ref: GLOBE241
Cartographer: Horne & Thornthwaite
Title: : Horne & Thornthwaite Brass Telescope
Date: c. 1885      Size: 50 x 20 inches
Published: London
Description: This impressive brass telescope, 50 inches long and 20 inches tall was crafted in London, circa 1885 by one of the most celebrated Victorian instrument-makers, Horne & Thornthwaite.
Map Ref: GLOBE197
Cartographer: Ernst Schotte & Co
Title: : Tellurian
Date: c. 1890      Size: 41 x 23 inches
Published: Berlin
Description: Grand 19th-century tellurian manufactured by Ernst Schotte & Co. in Berlin around 1880. A geared mechanism allows the terrestrial and lunar globes to orbit around the sun, here represented by a candle.
Map Ref: GLOBE133
Cartographer: Anonymous
Title: : Japanese Binoculars
Date: 1900      Size: 25 x 65 inches
Published: Japan
Description: These impressive early 20th-century Japanese marine binoculars were perhaps produced by Nippon Kōgaku Kōgyō Kabushikigaisha (Japan Optical Industries Co., Ltd.) which is now the Nikon Group. Brass-plated chrome on the eyeglasses and with engraved Japanese script on the focus. Standing upon a European surveyors tripod (branded TC & S). 65 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE283
Cartographer: Troughton & Simms
Title: : [Theodolite]
Date: c. 1900      Size: 9 x 15 inches
Published: London
Description: Fine early-20th Century universal theodolite by British scientific instrument manufacturers, Troughton & Simms, established in 1826 by Edward Troughton and William Simms.
Map Ref: GLOBE414
Cartographer: Dent & Co.
Title: : [Pattern 20 Boat Compass]
Date: c. 1908      Size: 36 x 30 inches
Published: London
Description: Handsome early 20th century 'Pattern 20" ships' compass by celebrated instrument makers Dent & Co.
Map Ref: GLOBE416
Cartographer: The Trippensee MFG
Title: : Trippensee Planetarium Co. Tellurian
Date: 1908      Size: 20 x 15 inches
Published: Detroit
Description: Early 20th-century tellurian manufactured by the Trippensee Planetarium Co., Detroit. In perfect working order. 15 inches tall.
Map Ref: GLOBE167
Cartographer: Siebe, Gorman & Co.
Title: : [12-Bolt Diving Helmet]
Date: c. 1930      Size: 14 x 20 inches
Published: London
Description: Impressive early 20th Century Twelve-Bolt Diving Helmet made by British engineers and diving equipment developers Siebe, Gorman & Company Ltd. With bespoke velveteen pedestal.
Map Ref: GLOBE389
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: John Cary
Title: : Cary's New Terrestrial & Celestial Globes
Date: 1827      Size: 17 x 25 inches
Published: London
Description: A pair of terrestial and celestial 12-inch table-top library globes on turned wood stands with brass full meridians and with compasses in the base. The terrestrial globe is dated 1827 and the celestial globe is dated 1800. It is not uncommon for pairs of library globes to have mismatched dates as terrestrial globes were constantly kept up to date, whilst celestial globes were rarely updated.
Map Ref: GLOBE277
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 18-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