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Terrestrial Standing Globe by Heymann, circa 1880

# S503 - Terrestrial standing globe by Ludw. Jul. Heymann, dated 1880. The 12" diameter terrestrial globe made up of 12 color printed gores, the equatorial and anti-meridian graduated in degrees, the oceans showing ocean currents and steamship routes with ports of arrival and departure, the continents with nation states outlined in blue, red, yellow, orange and purple and showing towns, cities, mountains and rivers. All mounted in a brass framework and raised on a turned mahogany tripod base ending tripod inverted scroll hipped legs,
Continental, circa 1880

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Terrestrial Standing Globe by Heymann, circa 1880

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CREATOR: Ludw. Jul. Heymann (Maker)
PLACE OF ORIGIN: Germany
DATE OF MANUFACTURE: circa 1880
PERIOD: 19th Century
CONDITION: Good
HEIGHT: 33 in. (84 cm)
DIAMETER: 14 in. (36 cm)
LENGTH: 33 in. (84 cm)
DEALER LOCATION: New York, NY
NUMBER OF ITEMS: 1
REFERENCE NUMBER: U0801248275740
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