Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd

Archibald Constable & Co. Ltd

London-based publisher founded in 1795 by Archibald Constable. After bankruptcy, it was refounded in 1827 by his son Thomas and then later by his grandson, also named Archibald. The firm published several editions of the Encyclopedia Britannica and works by Sir Walter Scott. In 1999 Constable & Co. merged with Robinson Publishing Ltd. to become Constable & Robinson.
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