London, South Kensington
15 October 2009
AN ENGLISH 9-INCH TERRESTRIAL TABLE GLOBE
J. WYLD, 1866
A TERRESTRIAL GLOBE Compiled from the latest & MOST AUTHENTIC SOURCES Including all the recent Geographical Discoveries. PUBD BY J. WYLD CHARING CROSS EAST LONDON on pasted cartouche, below this 1866, graduated ecliptic and equatorial, borders hand coloured, analemma to ocean, brass hour ring, adjustable brass meridian, later paper horizon, on four turned mahogany legs united by cross stretchers to central meridian support.
14in. (35.5cm.) high
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