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Signature Maker Instruments Comments Location References
NEWTON, JOHN England, fl.1783-1818, MIM Terrestrial Globes, miniature, 1817 = Phillips 7/20/83, Soth. 10/19/82, D.(1981); Celestial Globe, 1818 = Peron et Corsy, Melun 6/10/79; Pocket Globes, 1817 = Soth. 10/21/74; Orreries = Soth. 10/21/74 and 12/3/76; Sector, ivory = D.(1972); etc. brother-in-law of Edward Baker; globes dated 1783 were redrawn from Hill's 1754 plates, signed "Palmer and Newton 1783", a later edition was signed "J. Newton 1783"; T.C.; Palmer and Newton, c.1783; Newton and Son (William 2); J. and W. Newton; Newton, Son and Berry, 1838; see James Newton. No. 128 at the Globe and Sun in Chancery Lane, Fleet Street; No. 56 and No. 66 Chancery Lane, Temple Bar; 3 Fleet Street; all in London. Taylor 2(1397); Wynter 1; Moskowitz 122; Crawforth 1; Krogt 2; Wynter and Turner; Millburn 11; RSW.

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