U.S. - circa 1955
|Object:||Globe (More lots)|
|Material:||Brass, Paper, Wood- Cherry|
|Designer/ Artist:||Gustav Brueckmann|
|Model/ Name:||Library Globe|
|Estimated Period:||circa 1955|
|Country of Origin:||U.S.|
|Condition:||Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear|
Still in a very good condition, Replogle 16 inches library globe
Designed and edited by cartographer Gustav Brueckmann.
Scale 1: 31.680.000
1 inch on the globe represents 500 miles on earth.
Has a time scale at the North Pole,
A cast brass meridian (full ring) and is mounted in a pickled cherry wood frame with 3 twisted legs, each with a brass wheel.
The floor stand (chassis) is manufactured by the company Brandt [Furniture] from Hagerstown, Maryland, see label. The political names are from after the Korean War, North and South Korea.
Will be properly packaged and shipped by insured and registered mail.
Catawiki member since February 24, 2014, received 230 reviews in total (20 in last 12 months)
|Feedback score:||100% (20 reviews)|
|(last 12 months)|
Very good packed. Just how it has to be.
Please note: some elements on this page have been translated automatically.I like very much this vase. It's in perfect conditions if we consider its age and the material, glass. I love also the way it's been molded. Well described, hypersafely packaged and fast shipped. Thx
très belle Vierge et priante !! Merci Bcp !!!
A spectacular piece! And it arrived safely!! Many thanks indeed.
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