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Cram's Terrestrial Globe
Located in Napa, CA
Cram's 12 inch terrestrial globe.
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Mid-20th Century North American Globes

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Metal

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H 13 in. Dm 16.25 in.
Replogle Terrestrial Floor Globe
By Replogle Globes
Located in Asbury Park, NJ
This floor globe by Replogle floats within a ring of walnut, supported by four 'turned' chrome stiles, which connect to a base of walnut. The globe rotates, spins and lights from wit...
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Vintage 1960s American Mid-Century Modern Globes

Late 19th Century Terrestrial Globe, French
Located in Firenze, IT
By Charles Delagrave, Paris. On ebonised turned wood stands with circular base, (30 x 30 x 50cm). Measures: 12 inch.
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Antique 1890s French Napoleon III Globes

Materials

Paper

Terrestrial Globe with Wooden Base, Italy, 1880
By E. Pini
Located in Milan, IT
Large terrestrial papier mâché globe, 18 inches. Wooden pedestal. Signed E. Pini Milano, G. Gussoni publisher, Italy, circa 1880.
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Antique 19th Century Italian Globes

Materials

Metal

Rare English Terrestrial Globe by Charles Smith, 1807
By Charles Smith & Son
Located in Kilmarnock, VA
The new 12 inch British terrestrial globe representing the accurate positions of the principal known places of the earth from the discoveries of Captain Cook and subsequent circumnav...
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Antique Early 18th Century English Georgian Globes

Materials

Mahogany, Paper

W. & A.K. Johnston Terrestrial Globe by Weber Costello
By W. & A.K. Johnston
Located in Milford, NH
A fine 12 inch terrestrial W. & A.K. Johnston copyright globe by Weber Costello of Chicago Heights, IL with embossed graduated cast iron Meridian ring, wooden horizon ring depicting ...
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Early 20th Century American Globes

Materials

Iron

Terrestrial Globe Designed by Vallardi Milan, Early 1950s
By Antonio Vallardi Editore
Located in Milan, IT
Terrestrial globe designed and engraved by A. Minelli and published in the early 1950s by Antonio Vallardi Editore Milano. Original base of turned wood with meridian circle of engrav...
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Vintage 1950s Italian Globes

Materials

Plaster, Wood

Celestial and Terrestrial Globes by Newton and Son
Located in New Orleans, LA
An extremely rare and important pair of 21 inch English globes by renowned cartographers John Newton and Son, one of the most important globe makers of early 19th century England. Re...
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Antique 19th Century Globes

Materials

Down

Rand McNally & Co. Terrestrial Globe on Stand, circa 1920
By Rand McNally & Co.
Located in Norwalk, CT
A "terrestrial globe" by Rand McNally & Co. on a wooden stand, circa 1920. A Classic piece with great form.
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Early 20th Century American Globes

Materials

Wood

Large Terrestrial Library Globe
Located in Nashville, TN
30 inch diameter library globe featuring Oklahoma with Indian territory, circa 1890. Maker is Johnston, Edinburgh, Scotland, a renowned British globe producer. Mounted on ebonised tu...
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Antique Late 19th Century Scottish Globes

Materials

Brass

Early 1900s by Guido Cora Italian Antique Terrestrial Globe
Located in Brescia, IT
1905 terrestrial globe Cast metal stand Excellent condition.  
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Antique Early 1900s Italian Art Nouveau Globes

Materials

Metal

1920s Rand McNally Twelve Inch Terrestrial Globe on Bronze Base
Located in Tarrytown, NY
1920s Rand McNally twelve inch terrestrial globe.
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Vintage 1920s Globes

Materials

Bronze

Terrestrial Globe Edited by Columbus by Prof. Ernst Friedrich, 1920s
By Columbus Verlag Paul Oestergard
Located in Milan, IT
Terrestrial globe edited by Columbus, by prof. Ernst Friedrich, 1920s. Very good condition. Measures: Height cm 110, inches 43.30, diameter of sphere cm 50, inches 19.68. Establis...
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Early 20th Century German Globes

Materials

Wood

Vintage George F. Cram Co. Figural Brass Atlas Illuminated Terrestrial Globe
By George F. Cram
Located in Hamilton, Ontario
This illuminated terrestrial globe was made by the George F. Cram Company of the United States who is well known for the production of initially maps and diversified to include globe...
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Early 20th Century American Art Deco Globes

Materials

Brass

French Terrestrial Globe on Ebonized Wooden Base by Cartographer J. Forest
By J. Forest
Located in Fayetteville, AR
This papier mâché terrestrial globe from the early 20th century was edited by the renowned French cartographer J. Forest and features not only location names, but also ocean currents...
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Early 20th Century French Globes

Materials

Bronze

Antique Rand McNally Terrestrial Globe, Glass, Light Up, Unusual Bronze Base
By Rand McNally & Co.
Located in Buffalo, NY
Antique Rand McNally terrestrial globe, glass, light up, unusual bronze decorative base. Glass world globe in great original condition, stylized neoclassical heavy cast bronze base w...
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Vintage 1930s American Neoclassical Revival Globes

Materials

Bronze

Vintage Reploge Terrestrial World Globe
Located in Douglas Manor, NY
2-309 vintage world globe with raised surfaces set on a custom walnut wood stepped base, circa 1960.
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Vintage 1960s Globes

Materials

Metal

Edwardian Terrestrial Geographia Tabletop Globe
By Geographia, Ltd.
Located in Norwich, GB
Edwardian terrestrial Geographia tabletop globe. Edwardian terrestrial Geographia 10 inch tabletop globe standing on a raised stained mahogany stand. This globe is complete wit...
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Vintage 1920s British Globes

Materials

Paper

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  • Edwardian Terrestrial Geographia Tabletop Globe
H 16.5 in. W 13.25 in. D 13.25 in.
Terrestrial Globe Made According to the Knowledge of Giovanni Maria Cassini 1843
Located in Milan, IT
Rare terrestrial globe made according to the knowledge of Giovanni Maria Cassini (Venice 1745 - Rome 1824) regular cleric of the Padri Somaschi, an order proposed in Venice in 1525 a...
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Antique 1840s Italian Globes

Materials

Wood

19th Century French Terrestrial Globe on Iron Stand Signed J. Lebegue & Cie
By J. Lebegue & Cie
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate an office with this spectacular antique globe. Crafted in France, circa 1890, the elegant piece sits on a green painted cast iron tripod base decorated with paw feet and mas...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Globes

Materials

Iron

19th Century French Terrestrial Globe on Iron Stand Signed J. Lebegue & Cie
By J. Lebegue & Cie
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate an office with this spectacular antique globe. Crafted in France, circa 1890, the elegant piece sits on a green painted cast iron tripod base decorated with paw feet and mas...
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Antique Late 19th Century French Globes

Materials

Iron

Early 20th Century French Terrestrial Globe on Iron Stand Signed A. Jeande
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate an office with this spectacular antique "Globe Terrestre". Crafted in France, circa 1910, the elegant piece sits on a gilt painted cast iron tripod base decorated with paw f...
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Early 20th Century French Globes

Materials

Iron

Pair of Cary’s Terrestrial and Celestial Library Globes
By Cary’s
Located in Lymington, Hampshire
Each surmounted by a brass scale in a circular oak stand with four arched supports on a gadrooned and ring-turned column, the tripod S-scroll legs joined by a large compass, decorate...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Globes

Materials

Brass

Mid-19th Century French Terrestrial Globe with Brass Frame Signed Ch. Perigot
Located in Dallas, TX
Decorate an office or study with this spectacular antique globe. Crafted in France, circa 1870, the terrestrial piece sits on a Napoleon III wooden pedestal base. The brass stem hold...
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Napoleon III Globes

Materials

Brass

Terrestrial School Glass Globe Lamp by Barrere & Thomas France
By Barrère & Thomas, Paris
Located in Atlanta, GA
Impressive terrestrial globe and lamp published, circa 1950 by Barrere and Thomas, Paris and designed by geographer J. Forest. Huge glass globe covered with print paper rotating on a...
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Vintage 1950s French Art Deco Globes

Materials

Chrome, Metal, Aluminum

Franklin Terrestrial Table Globe by Nims & Co, New York
By H.B. Nims & Co.
Located in Lymington, Hampshire
A 12 inch Franklin terrestrial table globe by Nims & Co, New York, the twelve gores engraved and hand-coloured, with a brass calibrated meridian ring and papered horizon ring, all ra...
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Antique 19th Century American Globes

Materials

Iron

Pair of Miniature 19th Century Globes, Terrestrial and Celestial
Located in Charleston, SC
Magnificent pair of miniature 19th century globes on mahogany Regency Stand. Both globes are labeled by Newton and Sons. The Globes are mounted on Classic Regency pedestals.
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Antique 19th Century English Regency Globes

Materials

Brass

1920s Library or Classroom Terrestrial World Globe with a Cast Iron Base
Located in New York, NY
Terrestrial globe from the late 1920s. The metal globe is set on a decorative cast iron base, and was likely used in a classroom or library setting. This can be viewed at one of our ...
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Vintage 1920s American Industrial Globes

Materials

Iron

Newton & Sons Late George III Terrestrial and Celestial Mahogany Library Globes
By Newton and Son
Located in Palm Beach, FL
Fine pair of Newton & Sons late George III 20 inch terrestrial and celestial tripod mahogany library globes, London, second quarter of the 19th century, the terrestrial globe, dated...
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Antique 1830s Globes

Materials

Wood

Fine 18th Century English Terrestrial Pocket Globe by Cary, London, 1791
By Cary’s
Located in Oxfordshire, United Kingdom
Cary’s Pocket globe, agreeable to the latest discoveries, London: J&W Cary, Strand, April 1791 A rare 3 inch diameter example of Cary’s pocket globe in a superb green shagreen-cover...
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Antique Mid-18th Century British George III Globes

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Paper, Paper, Shagreen

Pair of 19th Century English J & W Cary Celestial/Terrestrial Table Model Globes
By John & William Cary
Located in Milford, NH
A fine assembled pair of 12-inch English table model globes on stands manufactured by J & W. Cary, the left globe with cartouche labeled “The New Celestial Globe, on which are correc...
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Antique Early 19th Century English Globes

Materials

Brass

Stylish Mid-20th Century Made, Parisian Terrestrial Desk / Table Globe with Lamp
By J. Forest
Located in Lisse, NL
Quality made, metal and glass desk globe on a wooden base. If you are looking for stylish and beautiful quality items to upgrade your interior (whether at home or in your office) th...
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Mid-20th Century French Art Deco Globes

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Chrome

Terrestrial Globe Signed Cary, London, 1798
By Cary
Located in Milan, IT
Large 'Papier Machè' terrestrial globe with gores printed in calcography a color finished, on a wooden tripod. One compass joints the three feet. Brass meridian. Maker CARY, London, ...
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Antique 1790s British More Desk Accessories

Materials

Brass

Geographia 6 inch Terrestrial Globe London, 1923
Located in Lambertville, NJ
Geographia, Ltd. 6-inch terrestrial table globe Geographia, Ltd., 55 Fleet Street, E.C. 4, London: 1923 Turned wooden base 12.5 inches high, 6 inches in diameter 4.5 inches diame...
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Early 20th Century English Maps

Materials

Wood

Modern Terrestrial Globe Wood Tripod Base
Located in Madrid, ES
Terrestrail globe in paper-mâché, turned and ebonized wooden base.
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21st Century and Contemporary French Mid-Century Modern Scientific Instr...

Materials

Wood, Paper

Bett's Portable Terrestrial Globe, London, circa 1920
Located in San Francisco, CA
Bett's portable terrestrial globe, London, circa 1920. Very fine and strong silk like cotton fabric with exceptionally fine detail and coloration. The sections of the globe are hand-...
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Vintage 1920s English Victorian Collectibles and Curiosities

Materials

Metal

Scarce Terrestrial Globe on Stand by Rand McNally
By Rand McNally & Co.
Located in San Francisco, CA
A charming 3" diameter terrestrial globe signed in the cartouche by Rand McNally, resting on a cast metal stand, circa 1900-1920.
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Early 20th Century American More Desk Accessories

Materials

Metal

Heymann Terrestrial Globe with Compass, Berlin, circa 1885
Located in Doylestown, PA
A 24 inch highly detailed terrestrial globe with compass by Ludwig Julius Heymann, Berlin, circa 1885. The globe made up of twelve chromolithographed gores, the oceans showing ocean ...
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Antique Late 19th Century More Desk Accessories

Materials

Paper

19th Century German Miniature Pocket Terrestrial Globe
By C. Abel-Klinger
Located in Essex, MA
A miniature 19th century 3.5 inch diameter pocket terrestrial globe by C. Abel-Klinger, Nuremberg, Germany, in English for the English speaking markets. Signed with cartouche reading...
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Antique 1880s German Scientific Instruments

Materials

Brass

Globe Table Terrestrial Swedish
Located in Eversholt, Bedfordshire
A Swedish 12 inch terrestrial globe, circa 1900. Measure: height 59cm Just purchased more information to follow.
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Antique 1890s Swedish Baroque Revival Maps

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Paper

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H 23.23 in. Dm 15.75 in.
Philip's Terrestrial Globe Mahogany and Walnut Stand, circa 1982
By George Philip & Son
Located in Forest Row, East Sussex
A late 18th century style terrestrial globe printed and manufactured by George Philip & Son Ltd. mahogany and walnut stand, with a paper glass covered compass underneath. Dimensio...
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Vintage 1980s English Maps

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Walnut, Paper

Terrestrial Globe French 18th Century, Swinging Structure
By G. A. Rizzi-zannoni
Located in Milan, IT
Designed, created, and built to be hanged to the ceiling in order to spin and play with it. Rare are the cases of pre-revolutionary French globes, and most of all the swinging ones. ...
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Antique 1760s French Scientific Instruments

Materials

Wood, Paper

20th Century Terrestrial Globe by Peter J. Oestergaard
By Peter J. Oestergaard
Located in Madrid, ES
Early 20th century antique traditional Columbus earth globe, brass frame, papier mâché sphere and turned, ebonized wooden base. Gezeichnet & Hergestellt Peter J. Oestergaard.
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Early 20th Century German Mid-Century Modern Scientific Instruments

Materials

Brass

Dutch Miniature Terrestrial Globe on Wooden Base, circa 1900
Located in Delft, NL
Dutch miniature terrestrial globe on wooden base, 16 cm high A miniature globe made of papier mâché with Dutch text on a wooden stand, circa 1900 Used object The measurements...
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Antique 19th Century Dutch Models and Miniatures

Materials

Wood, Paper

19th Century Terrestrial Globe by G. Thomas, Editeur & Globe Maker, Paris, 1890s
By G. Thomas, Éditeur
Located in San Francisco, CA
Rare 19th century terrestrial globe by G. Thomas, Editeur & Globe Maker, Paris, circa 1890s The globe sits atop a wooden stand and measures 4" diameter x 6.5" high. The globe i...
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Antique Late 19th Century French More Desk Accessories

Materials

Paper

Terrestrial Globe Published in the 1950s by Vallardi Publisher
By Vallardi
Located in Milan, IT
Terrestrial globe published in the 1950s by Vallardi publisher, drawn and engraved by A. Minelli, papier-mâché sphere covered with paper printed by engraving on copper plate and wate...
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Vintage 1950s Italian Scientific Instruments

Materials

Brass

German 1890s Columbus Volksglobus Terrestrial Globe with Circular Wooden Base
By Columbus Volksglobus
Located in Atlanta, GA
A German Columbus Volksglobus terrestrial globe from the late 19th century, with metal protractor and circular wooden base. Created in Germany during the last decade of the 19th cent...
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Antique Late 19th Century German More Desk Accessories

Materials

Metal

Small English 20th Century George Philip Terrestrial Globe on Wooden Base
By George Philip & Son
Located in Atlanta, GA
A small English terrestrial globe from the 20th century, with brass protractor and circular wooden base. Created in England during the 20th century by George Philip & Son in London, ...
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20th Century English Scientific Instruments

Materials

Brass

Small French 20th Century Terrestrial Globe on Turned Black Wooden Base
Located in Atlanta, GA
A small French terrestrial globe from the 20th century, with metal protractor and circular black wooden base. Created in France during the 20th century, this terrestrial globe is con...
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20th Century French Scientific Instruments

Materials

Metal

Terrestrial Globe Published in the 1940s by Girard Barrère et Thomas, Paris
Located in Milan, IT
Terrestrial globe published in the 1940s by Girard Barrère et Thomas 17, Rue de Buci Paris. Turned wooden base, papier mâché sphere covered with paper printed by engraving on copper ...
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Vintage 1940s French Scientific Instruments

Materials

Wood, Paper

German 1890s Terrestrial Globe on Wooden Base Signed Professor Dr. Arthur Krause
By Professor Arthur Krause
Located in Atlanta, GA
A German terrestrial globe from the late 19th century, raised on a circular wooden base with marbleized paper décor and metal protractor. Born in Germany during the last decade of th...
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Antique Late 19th Century German Scientific Instruments

Materials

Metal

Mid-19th Century Thomas Terrestrial Small Globe
Located in Firenze, IT
On turned wooden stand, 7.5cm diameter x 16cm high.
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Antique Mid-19th Century French Napoleon III Scientific Instruments

Materials

Wood

Rare and Fine Terrestrial Table-Globe by Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr '1671-1750'
Located in Amsterdam, NL
A rare and fine terrestrial table-globe by Johann Gabriel Doppelmayr (1671-1750) Nuremberg, 1728 Globus Terrestris in quo locorum situs terraeque facies, secundum praecipuas celebe...
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Antique 1720s German Maps

Materials

Other

Terrestrial Globe
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Merzbach & Falk 12" terrestrial globe on cast iron stand with lions faces and paws. In the age of iron this hard to find example was created to be ethereal and not look too heavy. ...
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Antique 19th Century Belgian Globes

Materials

Iron

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H 25 in. Dm 12 in.
American Terrestrial Globe
Located in Lincolnshire, GB
A good example of a Joslins 6" terrestrial globe dated 1846 in original unrestored condition. Joslin was a map and globe maker from Boston USA
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Antique 19th Century American Globes

Terrestrial Globe, France, 1960s
Located in Austin, TX
A 1960s terrestrial globe made in France with a papier mâché sphere rotating on an aluminium support.
Category

Vintage 1960s French Globes

Materials

Aluminum

  • Terrestrial Globe, France, 1960s
  • Terrestrial Globe, France, 1960s
  • Terrestrial Globe, France, 1960s
  • Terrestrial Globe, France, 1960s
H 18 in. W 14 in. D 13 in.
Terrestrial Globe Money Bank
Located in Milan, IT
Terrestrial papier mache’ globe money bank. Prof. Dr. Krause. New globe for pupils ,published by Paul Raeth,Leipzig,Germany.
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Early 20th Century German Globes

19th Century Terrestrial Globe
Located in Peterborough, Northamptonshire
19th Century Terrestrial Globe by George Phillips and Sons,32 Fleet Street London
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Antique 19th Century British Globes

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H 46.00 in. Dm 23.00 in.
'Illumina' Rotating Terrestrial Globe, 1966
Located in London, GB
An illuminated rotating terrestrial globe depicting the nations of the Earth in 1966. Perspex axis and steel base. By Purnell and Sons Ltd. London.
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Vintage 1960s English Mid-Century Modern Globes

Materials

Steel

  • 'Illumina' Rotating Terrestrial Globe, 1966
  • 'Illumina' Rotating Terrestrial Globe, 1966
  • 'Illumina' Rotating Terrestrial Globe, 1966
  • 'Illumina' Rotating Terrestrial Globe, 1966
H 23.04 in. W 20.08 in. D 20.08 in.
Early 20th C. Terrestrial Globe
By Emile Bertaux
Located in Madrid, ES
the globe at was manufactured before 1917. Maker's trademark "Terrestrial Globe, Scale to 0.001mm=50km Compiled by "E.Bertaux, Editeur and G.Thomas. 44 Rue N.D des Champs in Paris...
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Antique 19th Century French Art Nouveau Globes

Materials

Bronze

  • Early 20th C. Terrestrial Globe
  • Early 20th C. Terrestrial Globe
  • Early 20th C. Terrestrial Globe
  • Early 20th C. Terrestrial Globe
H 21.66 in. Dm 13.78 in.

Terrestrial Globes For Sale on 1stDibs

There is a range of terrestrial globes for sale on 1stDibs. Each of these unique terrestrial globes was constructed with extraordinary care, often using paper, metal and wood. Terrestrial globes have long been popular, with older editions for sale from the 18th Century and newer versions made as recently as the 21st Century. Terrestrial globes made by Art Deco designers — as well as those associated with Mid-Century Modern — are very popular at 1stDibs. There have been many well-made terrestrial globes over the years, but those made by J. Forest, J. Lebegue & Cie and Rand McNally & Co. Are often thought to be among the most beautiful.

How Much are Terrestrial Globes?

Prices for terrestrial globes start at $423 and top out at $295,000 with the average selling for $2,500.
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