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Founded by John Newton (d. 1844) circa 1782, he was joined by his son around 1818, William (d. 1861), and in the 1830s by Miles Berry. Finally Willam's son, William Edward Newton (d. 1879) joined the firm and from the 1840s, they were known as W. Newton & Son. For a long time the address of the firm was 66 Chancery Lane, London.

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NEWTON, SON & BERRY
A rare pair of 24' globes by Newton
These 24 inch globes are set in George IV mahogany stands with acanthus knops above three scrolling legs joined bv slender turned stretchers centr...
£185,000
Wick Antiques Ltd
NEWTON, SON & BERRY
pocket globe
A fine early 19th century pocket globe by Newton in its original shagreen case with the celestrial papers inside the case.
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Hansord
NEWTON, SON & BERRY
POCKET GLOBE
A good example of an early 19th century pocket globe by Newton in the original fishskin case which contain the celestrial papers. The globe still r...
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