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  • Title: Globe Terrestre (piètement en bois noirci.)
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    (late 19th century)
    (Delamarche E. Bertaux, éditeur, 25 rue Serpente,) Paris
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    Firm terrestrial globe with a diameter of 32 cm. held in a wooden stand with a brass half meridian. The total height measuring 60 cm. (The title cartouche is replaced by a printers device?, slightly grazed at some places, on the continent of Europe a few small drops of green paint.)

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  • Location: This item ships from The Netherlands

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    Globe Terrestre (piètement en bois noirci.)

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    Auction Curated By:
    Steve Kovacs
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