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Cary, J. and W.
'CARY'S NEW TERRESTRIAL GLOBE EXHIBITING THE TRACKS AND DISCOVERIES MADE BY CAPTAIN COOK; ALSO THOSE BY CAPTAIN VANCOUVER ON THE NORTH-WEST COAST OF AMERICA, AND M. DE LA PEROUSE ON THE COAST OF TARTARY...' LONDON: J. & W. CARY, 1816 [WITH ADDITIONS TO 1833]
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Cary, J. and W.
'CARY'S NEW TERRESTRIAL GLOBE EXHIBITING THE TRACKS AND DISCOVERIES MADE BY CAPTAIN COOK; ALSO THOSE BY CAPTAIN VANCOUVER ON THE NORTH-WEST COAST OF AMERICA, AND M. DE LA PEROUSE ON THE COAST OF TARTARY...' LONDON: J. & W. CARY, 1816 [WITH ADDITIONS TO 1833]
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Lot. Vendu 25,000 USD (Prix d’adjudication avec commission acheteur)
ACCÉDER AU LOT

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Cary, J. and W.
'CARY'S NEW TERRESTRIAL GLOBE EXHIBITING THE TRACKS AND DISCOVERIES MADE BY CAPTAIN COOK; ALSO THOSE BY CAPTAIN VANCOUVER ON THE NORTH-WEST COAST OF AMERICA, AND M. DE LA PEROUSE ON THE COAST OF TARTARY...' LONDON: J. & W. CARY, 1816 [WITH ADDITIONS TO 1833]
Sphere diameter 21 in.; 535mm. comprised of two sets of 18 engraved and hand-colored gores; some lifting of gores at poles and paper loss to Borneo. Graduated brass meridian circle set in a wooden horizon ring covered with engraved paper listing months, zodiac signs, wind directions, months, etc; the paper lifting slightly with a a few tiny chips in two spots, meridian rubbed. mahogany base with three turned tapered reeded legs on brass castors with y-shaped stretcher and circular brass compass with needles and engraved paper dial.
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A superb floor globe depicting the routes of landmark explorations including Cook, Vancouver, and la Perouse.

Cary was one of the foremost cartographers and publishers of the day; the present is the largest globe his firm offered and much more uncommon than their desk globes. The globe depicts Ross' exploration of the Northwest Passage and labels California as "New Albion" while recording the tracks of the major North Pacific explorers.

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