A rare set of 17th century uncut gores for a terrestrial globe

DU VAL, Pierre.

Le Globe Terrestre Par P. Du Val Geographe du Roy.
Paris, 1666. Gores on one sheet, 380 x 245mm; with another sheet with two plates, a full Meridian and an horizon Band, each 190 x 190mm.

Stock ID : 18917


A French globe from the beginning of the 19th century

DELAMARCHE, Charles François.

Globe Terrestre Dressé d'après les Découvertes du Capitaine Cook et augmenté de celles du Capit. La Pérouse. Par F.F. Delamarche Géog. Suc. de Vaugondy 1801.
Paris: Delamarche, 1801. Globe, 210mm diameter, engraved gores with original hand colour on wooden stand, height 500mm, with cardboard full meridian and horizon band, both with engraved scales.

Stock ID : 19462


An early Victorian standing library globe


Newton's New & Improved Terrestrial Globe Embracing every recent Discovery.
London, Newton & Son, 1842. A 12' (30cm) diameter globe, standing 90cm high, with a single pedestal stand with three legs, with four quarter circles supporting the horizon ring.

Stock ID : 18645


An English mid-Victorian table globe

WYLD, James.

A Terrestrial Globe Compiled from the latest & Most Authentic Sources, Including all the recent Geographical Discoveries.
London, c.1870. Printed globe, 12" diameter (305mm), on three-legged, wooden stand, brass meridian and horizon with engraved paper calendar and zodiac, total height 18" (460mm),

Stock ID : 17297


A late 19th century table globe published in Boston

JOSLIN, Gilman

Joslin's Terrestrial Globe Containing all The Late Discoveries and Geographical Improvements, also the Tracks of the most celebrated Circumnavigators. Compiled from Smith's New English Globe, with additions and improvements by Annin & Smith. Revised by G.W. Boynton.
Boston, c.1890. 12" globe consisting of 12 hand coloured engraved gores, on original cherry wood stand, with calibrated brass meridian with brass hour pinter, and wooden horizon with engraved calendar and zodiac, total 18" high.

Stock ID : 19843


A collapsable globe

BETTS, John.

Betts's Portable Terrestrial Globe Compiled from the Latest and Best Authorities. British Empire coloured red.
London, George Philip & Son Ltd, & Liverpool, Philip Son & Nephew, c.1925. Printed waxed cotton globe with 'umbrella ' mechanism, metal spindle and hanging ring. Globe circumference 1,260mm extended, 770mm long including spindle. With the original cardboard tube with printed cover.

Stock ID : 16071