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A Very Attractive American Table Globe

Terrestrial Globe/ American West. JOSLIN, Gilman/ BOYNTON, G. W. [Boston, c. 1890]
Joslin’s/ TERRESTRIAL GLOBE/ containing all/ THE LATEST DISCOVERIES/ AND/ Geographical Improvements,/ also the Tracks of/ the most celebrated circumnavigators./ Compiled from Smith’s New English Globe, with/ additions and improvements by Annin & Smit.
12 inches diam.; 18 inches high.
Globe surmounted by brass hour pointer, within calibrated brass meridian, the circular horizon band with engraved paper calendar and zodiac. In original cherry stand with four baluster and ring turned legs joined by an X-form stretcher, ending in top form feet; stand in fine condition. A few repaired cracks to horizon ring & some staining but overall clear & very good condition. Globe overall very crisp, bright & clear with very light scattered staining, a fairly large circular crack in the northern Pacific with some further cracks emanating from it but very well-repaired with no loss; aside from this, excellent condition.

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From an Important American Globe Maker

Terrestrial Globe/ Climate. JOSLIN, Gilman [Boston, c. 1890s]
10 inches
10 inches in diameter; 16 ¼ inches total height. On single-pedestal, wooden ebonized stand; generally very good with light toning, wear to surface, soiling, light overall flecking, but no significant cracks, damages, or repairs.

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A Finely Engraved, American Surveying Compass

Surveyor's Compass. MEGARY, A. [New York, early 19th C.]
Magary New York.
5 ¾ x 11 ½ x 2 ¾ inches
Lacquered brass compass with 4 ½ -inch silvered dial with engraved floral center & fleur-d-lis representing north, engraved in script "Magary New York." Blue-steeled needle, outer divided scale. In original customized, mahogany box

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A Very Elegant, Art Deco Floor Globe
One of the Finest Floor Globes Produced in First Half of the 20th Century

Terrestrial Library Globe/ Antarctica. RAND MCNALLY & COMPANY [Chicago, c. 1930]
Rand McNally 18” Globe.

Four-legged wooden stand, 39 inches high; globe 18 inches diameter. Lightly toned; few small scuffs or abrasions restored with somewhat larger repair west of Africa; some minor cracks at equator, still very good overall.

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Handsome, Between-the-Wars Floor Globe

Terrestrial Floor Globe. GEORGE F. CRAM, CO. [Indianapolis, c. 1930s]
16 inch/ Political/ Terrestrial Globe/ CRAM'S/ (Since 1867). .

16-inches diameter; 40 inches total height. On mahogany four-legged Duncan Phyfe style stand. Globe and horizon generally excellent, unusually bright and clean, still with the expected overall light toning, fading, wear, soiling, scratches, areas of discoloration, irregularities to varnish.

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