Newton & Son was operated from 1841 to 1883 by descendants of the British globe maker John Newton, who started making globes in the late 18th century. For more information about the Newton family of globe makers, see our Guide to Globe Makers.
Full publication information: 66 Chancery Lane, London.
Terrestrial cartouche: NEWTON’s/ New & Improved/ Terrestrial Globe,/ Containing the latest Discoveries/ 66, Chancery Lane, London/ 1843.
Celestial, rectangular cartouche with rounded inset edges: NEWTON’s/ New & Improved/ Celestial Globe/ 66, Chancery Lane London/ 1840.
Dekker, Elly, et al. Globes at Greenwich: A Catalogue of the Globes and Armillary Spheres in the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich. London: Oxford University Press and the National Maritime Museum, 1999. pp. 55.