Description: each on turned mahogany stands with downswept legs and spade feet with casters, the feet joined by a compass-centered tripartite stretcherwith a label to the terrestrial gore: To the Rt Honourable Sir Joseph Banks, Bart, K.B. / President of the Royal Society / This new British terrestrial globe containing all the newest discoveries and communications for the most correct and authentic observations and surveys to the year 1819 by Capt. Cook and other great navigators engraved with a drawing by M. P. Arrowsmith, geographer, W. & T. M. Bardin
Dimensions: 110cm. high; 3ft. ¼in.
Condition Report: Excellent restored condition. Gores have been later varnished, minor filled to where they are joined. Later compass papers and spindle stretchers. Minor old marks and scratches. Brass rings very slightly tarnished. Lovely quality. Ebony strung radial ring.
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