Globes & Instruments

A scarce early 19th century brass navigator's tool

CARY, William.

[A 48 inch brass navigator's scale rule.]
London, c. 1800. Brass, with etched graduations. 1220 x 70 x 4mm, with original wooden case.

Stock ID : 22524


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


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