Terrestrial Floor Globe, circa 1868

































Terrestrial Globe
18” diameter on turned mahogany stand
Malby & Co.
C. 1868

Height 40”
12 hand colored engraved gores

Malby & Co. was a family firm established in London around 1839 by Thomas Malby Senior and became one of the best known British globemakers of the era. He set up a workshop at 22 Houghton St where he produced globes of varying dimensions. His most well know globe was a reissuing of Addison’s 36” terrestrial globe which was shown at the Great Exhibition in 1861. Around 1862 Malby published globes by Edward Stanford (1827-1904) and also worked with map and globe maker James Wyld. Malby & Co. continued to produce globes until the beginning of the 20th century.


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