Giuseppe di Rossi [After Jodocus Hondius]. Terrestrial Globe. Rome 1615.
Willem Jansz BLAEU. Terrestrial Table Globe. Amsterdam, 1602 [but after 1621]
Vincenzo Maria Coronelli. Terrestrial Globe. London and Venice 1696.
Didier Robert de Vaugondy. Globe Terrestre; Globe Celeste. Paris, Terrestrial 1773; Celestial c. 1764
John Senex and Benjamin Martin. A New and correct Globe of ye Earth (Terrestrial); New Celestial Globe... with considerable improvements by B. Martin. Fleet Street. London 1757.
Anders Akerman and Fridick Akrel. Globe Terraqueus...Societ, Cosmograph. Upsal; Celestial Globe (without cartouche as issued). Stockholm 1780.
John CARY (1754 – 1835) Cary's New Celestial Globe. London, 1800.
John and William CARY. Cary’s New and Improved Celestial Globe(1799); Cary’s New Terrestrial Globe (1815). London 19th C.
John and William CARY. Cary’s New and Improved Celestial Globe. London, 1799.
John and William NEWTON. Newton’s New and Improved Terrestrial Globe; Newton’s New and Improved Celestial Globe. London 1820.
James the younger WYLD. A Terrestrial Globe (1869); A Celestial Globe (1860). London 1860's.
Thomas MALBY and Son. A Terrestrial Glob; A Celestial Globe (1860)…London 1860's
Charles and Son SMITH. Smith’s Terrestrial Globe; Smith’s Celestial Globe. London 1830.
John and William NEWTON. Newton’s New and Improved Terrestrial Globe; Newton’s New and Improved Celestial Globe. London 1828
W. and T.M. BARDIN (fl. 1783 – 1819) Sold by W. and S. Jones (fl. 1791 – 1859) The New British Terrestrial Globe containing all the latest discoveries… engraved from an accurate drawing by Mr. Arrowsmith. London, 1829.
A.K. JOHNSTON (1804 – 1871), Johnston’s Library and School Globe, Edinburgh, ca. 1851
T.B. Winter. Fine miniature ivory globe which opens to a sundial. Late 19th C.
T. Wright. Fine miniature ivory terrestrial globe. London 19th C .