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A Thumbnail Presentation of the World and its Peoples

Miniature Globe. BAUER, Carl Johann Sigmund [Nuremberg, c. 1830]
The Earth and Its Inhabitants.

Globe 1 ¾ inches diameter; box 2 ½ x 2 ¼ x 2 ¼ inches; print 2 x 42 inches. Original hand color; globe in excellent condition overall with light toning & wear; box good with mended separation at one corner; foldout engraving excellent, formerly attached to inside of box.

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Rare, Inflatable Terrestrial Globe

Globe/ Cartographic Invention. POCOCK, G. & E. [Bristol, c. 1830]
G. Pocock's Portable Globe Twelve Feet in circumference.

Diameter approx. 48 inches when inflated; two sets of 12 gores on paper, printed by color lithography, 8 5/8-inch diameter ring at base; housed in original case, somewhat worn with some text rubbed away; paper of globe bright and fresh, some wear and worming mainly at base but excellent of this kind.

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Manuscript Schoolgirl Map of New Jersey

New Jersey/ Education. MCCORMACK (?), Elizabeth C. [New Jersey, c. 1830]
25 x 14 3/4 inches
Pen & ink & watercolors. Some splitting & occasional losses in top half, expertly conserved with margins extended, good condition of this type.

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Rare, Elegantly Printed Broadside with Map

Land Sale Broadside/ New York State/ Chaumont. COLINET, Victor [Paris, c. 1830]
Vendre Belle Propriete.

Lithograph on untrimmed sheet to the deckle; map with period hand color. Single horizontal & vertical folds, light ms. notation at lower left, other than a few, minor marginal mends, a very fresh, crisp example.

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Well Preserved, Victorian Geographic Puzzle of the World

Puzzle/ World Map. PEACOCK, W./ GALL & INGLIS [London, c. 1880]
Superior Dissected Maps by W. Peacock The World.

68-piece puzzle of the world, paper on balsa wood; in original cherry box (7 1/4 x 9 1/4 x 2 1/4 inches) with sliding top cover, on which is colorful lithographed title; with puzzle map also printed separately in heavy paper. Light foxing & wear to puzzle pieces; box very good, slight wear & scuffing to top with early owner's signature; map on paper very good; near excellent overall.

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