Thomas Malby (fl. 1810 – present) was a prominent British engraver, printer, and globemaker active in in London during the middle to late 19th century and early 20th century. The firm was founded by Thomas Malbyin 1810. Later Thomas's son, Thomas Malby Jr. joined the firm and it was renamed Malby and Son and relocated to Parker Street, London. In time, Thomas Malby Jr. passed the business to his own son, Thomas Malby III. Most of their globes cartographically followed on the maps of the S.D.U.K and were engraved by 'C. Malby,' presumably a relative. After about 1862 Malby seems to have sold all or part of h his globe business to James Wyld, another London cartographer and publisher. In addition to globes, the firm printed for a variety of business raging private publishers of cartography, to patent drawings, to government publications. Malby also published much of B. F. Steven's bibliographical facsimile work relating to his 1889 – 1895 Facsimiles of Manuscripts in European Archives Relating to America, 1773 – 1783. The firm survived two world wars and in a modified from as London Name Plate Manufacturing Co. LTD. They produce signs, plaques, labels, and decals. It is owned by the 7th and 8th generations of the Malby family.