Antique Globes

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My first passion. English library globes are a must for the gentleman's library, all the great libraries and stately homes. Universities and industrialists of the 17th, 18th and 19th centuries had these wonderful works of art. They come in a variety of sizes- 12, 15, 18, 21 inch and occasionally 24 inch. The great makers of globes in England have been, Cary, Newton’s , to name but a few.

A fine pair of Bardin/Edkins 18in 19th Century  library globes.

A fine pair of Bardin/Edkins 18in 19th Century library globes.

Ref. No. 4100

Circa. 1852

A fine pair of mid 19th Century terrestrial and celestial globes by S.S. Edkins & Son (Successor to the late T.M. Bardin) Salisbury Square, London,...

£ 82500.00

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Cary's 21' Library Globes

Cary's 21" Library Globes

Circa. 1799

A Pair of Cary's 21-inch Terrestrial and Celestial Library Globes.
Each surmounted by a brass scale in a circular mahogany stand with four ar...

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A rare pair of Globes by Newton

A rare pair of Globes by Newton

Circa. 1825

These 24inch globes are set in George IV mahogany stands with acanthus knops above three scrolling legs joined bv
slender turned stretchers c...

£ 185000.00

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