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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 ...
A 10 inch diameter Geographia Terrestrial globe. It ha Railways steamer rout distances and the Commonwealth in Red, having a chrome domed base and half meridian. Dated to 1960-1961 as ...
An 8 inch diameter terrestrial 'book of knowledge Globe' denoting the British Empire (listed as British Possessions!) in red, steamer distances and railway routes. It has a brass half meridian ...
A 12 inch diameter world globe made by Philips of London. It shows The Empire in Pink, with distanced between major Cities and The equation of Time and has a ...
This is a top quality Phillip's of London paper mache terrestrial globe. Turned mahogany pedestal base and brass axis to the 13.5' globe. Maker's label to the globe.
This is a Philips Challenge 13.5' terrestrial table globe which stands on a bakelite Art Deco base, and in good condition with minor usage wear as shown.
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 ...
Philips washable slate globe. Early 20th Century 15' globe on original stand.
These Globes are wonderful decorative pieces they are not restored and have genuine shabby Elegance. The globes are by G Thomas Paris, they are perfectly usable but do have wear ...
A 30 inch walnut terrestrial globe by W & AK Johnston of Edinburgh & London, the large globe held within four brass arms screwed onto a brass plate, all supported ...
A 1960's Floor standing Terrestial Globe with internal lamp. 16 Diameter by Heirloom Globe by Replogle
Offered for sale is this fantastic mid 19th Century antique table top celestial globe on stand by Thomas Malby & Co.
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 ship's ...
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