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Offered for sale is this 10 inch 'Geographica' Terrestrial Globe on a cream bakelite base
Old Belgian terrestrial globe Merzbach & Falk dated 1881 Brussels. We also find below the globe a Greaves & Thomas London inscription. Polar mount with brass meridian. The globe is ...
French world globe produced by the publisher G. Thomas 44 rue ND des Champs in Paris circa 1900
The globe is carton and colored paper.
Beautiful patina and good condition.
Some traces of ...
This is an original 1930's Phillips 6" terrestrial paper mache globe on turned ebonised timber foot. Good bright colours to the globe supported by a nickle plated axis. Sat on ...
This is an antique 8' papier mache terrestrial globe made by Geographia. Maker's label to the globe. Sat on a brass axis and turned ebonised pedestal base. No repairs or ...
Made in the early 1970s as Sri Lanka is named rather than Ceylon. Made by Replogle Globes in the U.S.A..Very detialed, the mountain ranges are raised slightly to add to ...
This is a superb Philips of London globe and atlas with chrome axis on oak stand. Papier mache 8" British Empire globe bearing the makers label for George Philips of ...
A pair of Cary’s 15-inch table globes, each set into an ebony stand with four turned legs and stretchers, the terrestrial stating “Cary’s New Terrestrial Globe exhibiting the tracks and ...
In original condition, minor rubbing only, a good large 19th Century desk top globe complete with compass to base.
This is a 1920's Phillip's of London 10" paper mache terrestrial globe. Sat on a brass axis on turned ebonised pedestal base. Maker's label to the globe. British Empire in ...
A 12 inch celestial table globe by Harris and Son, the horizon ring, with the original papers, set on four turned mahogany legs, the label stating ‘Improved Celestial Globe, the ...
This is a mahogany cased Hosum Star Globe by H Hughes of London 1920. These globes were used by the ship's navigator, in conjunction with his sextant, to plot the ...
Offered for sale is this globe on stand in good condition.
This is a 19th Century French plaster 10" terrestrial globe.c.1885. Made by J.Lebegue & Cie of Paris*. Standing on a turned ebonised pedestal base and silvered axis. Maker's label to ...
A pair of Carys 12 inch library table globes in mahogany stands, each on a reeded baluster stem with a tripod base and fitted compass, one bezel replaced, retaining the ...
A 9 inch German Terrestrial globe dating to 1868. The globe stands on a turned beechwood base and has a brass half meridian and shows ocean currents and shipping routes ...
This is a 19th Century George IV antique George Smith terrestrial globe, set in a mahogany tripod stand with a turned baluster support and slender square-section legs with the original ...
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