Stunning Pair of Thomas Malby Globes.

The terrestrial globe dated January 1870, labelled: MALBY`S/TERRESTRIAL GLOBE/Compiled from the latest/ & MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES/ including all of the recent/GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERIES/Manufacturedand Published under the superintendance of the/SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE/BY THOs. MALBY & SON/MAP & GLOBE SELLERS TO THE ADMIRALTY/WILLIAM COLLINS SONS & Co., AGENTS/LONDON,GLASGOW, EDINBURGH & SYDNEY, the celestial globe labelled: MALBY`S/CELESTIAL GLOBE/Exhibiting the whole of the/ STARS/Contained in the catalogues of/ Piazzi, Bradley, Hevelins, Mayer, la Caille and Johnson/ the Double Stars from Sir W. Hershel & Struve/reduced to the year 1870/ / By J.ADDISON/ MANUFACTURED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE/ OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSIOIN OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE/By MALBY & SON/ 37 Parker Street, Little Queen Street,/Lincoln`s Inn Fields/LONDON, each on a mahogany stand, each with a compass. — More Information

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We are offering for you this Stunning Pair of Thomas Malby Globes.

Terrestrial and Celestial.

Mahogany Tripod Bases sat upon Brass Castors.

Great Colour and ready for immediate delivery.

The terrestrial globe dated January 1870, labelled: MALBY`S/TERRESTRIAL GLOBE/Compiled from the latest/ & MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES/ including all of the recent/GEOGRAPHICAL DISCOVERIES/Manufacturedand Published under the superintendance of the/SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSION OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE/BY THOs. MALBY & SON/MAP & GLOBE SELLERS TO THE ADMIRALTY/WILLIAM COLLINS SONS & Co., AGENTS/LONDON,GLASGOW, EDINBURGH & SYDNEY, the celestial globe labelled: MALBY`S/CELESTIAL GLOBE/Exhibiting the whole of the/ STARS/Contained in the catalogues of/ Piazzi, Bradley, Hevelins, Mayer, la Caille and Johnson/ the Double Stars from Sir W. Hershel & Struve/reduced to the year 1870/ / By J.ADDISON/ MANUFACTURED AND PUBLISHED UNDER THE SUPERINTENDENCE/ OF THE SOCIETY FOR THE DIFFUSIOIN OF USEFUL KNOWLEDGE/By MALBY & SON/ 37 Parker Street, Little Queen Street,/Lincoln`s Inn Fields/LONDON, each on a mahogany stand, each with a compass.

Thomas Malby, started the family firm of globe makers about 1839 and continued producing globes until the turn of the 20th century. The firm operated as Malby & Son with Thomas Malby, Jr. Globes produced by the company generally were engraved by C. Malby -- presumably a family member -- and later continued by Thomas Malby III. The firm is perhaps best known for producing a strikingly large re-issue of John Addison's 1825 terrestrial globe at about 36 inches in diameter (92cm.) produced for the Great Exhibition in 1851. Malby also produced a variety of table globes in many sizes as well as an interesting pocket globe. The depiction of the lines of magnetic variation on a globe was a Malby innovation. By 1862, Malby globes were published by Edward Stanford (1827-1904) whose company is still in business today. Malby also worked with James Wyld, a map, atlas, and globe-maker.

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Dimensions are 41.5 inches Tall. 24.5 inches Wide and 18 Diameter Globes.

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