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Globe, American, Replogle, Terrestrial World, 12-Inch Floor Globe, 4-leg Phyfe Wooden Stand, Chicago, c. 1930s (Sold)

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Replogle Globes, Inc.
12-Inch Terrestrial Floor Globe
Chicago: c. 1936-45
Mahogany Duncan Phyfe style stand
33.5 inches high

The terrestrial globe surmounted by a metal hour disk in calibrated full meridian rotating in meridian fork, on a Duncan Phyfe style mahogany stand having with central baluster standard and 4 splayed reeded legs. Manchukuo is shown, indicating a date from 1936 to 1945. The following are indicated as identified in “Legend” key:  Railroads, Caravan Routes, Canals, Submarine Cables, Steamship Routes, Ruins, Glaciers, Deserts, Mountains, Volcano Peaks, Swamps, Shelf Ice, Ocean Currents. Oceans green, geographic entities in various colors.

For more information on Replogle Globes, Inc., please see our Guide to Globe Makers.

Art Deco Style Oval Cartouche:  12 inch/ Library/ Globe/ Replogle/ Globes Inc./ Chicago

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20th Century