An assembled pair of George III Cary's terrestrial and celestial globes
dated 1816 and 1821
Each raised on mahogany stands inset with compass in the base, celestial globe marked CARY'S NEW CELESTIAL GLOBE, ON WHICH are correctly laid down upwards of 3500 Stars, Selected from the most accurate observations and calculated for the Year 1800. With the extent of each Constellation precisely derived. By Mr. GILPIN of the ROYAL SOCIETY, Made & Sold by J. & W. Cary, Strand, London, Jan 1 1816.; terrestrial globe marked CARY'S NEW TERRESTRIAL GLOBE DELINEATED, From the best Authorities extant; Exhibiting the late Discoveries towards the NORTH POLE, and every improvement in Geography to the present Time. London: Made & Sold by G & J Cary, 86 St James's Street, March 15th 1821.
diameter of globes 12in (30.5cm); greatest diameter 18in (46cm); height overall 24in (61cm).