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This 10 inches globe is made by the American maker Cram ( a school supplies company) . The art deco base is unusual indicating this globe was destined to decorate possibly a airline office or traveling agency.I have seen this 10 inches globe on a shorter wood base with 3 legs,I place the production date mid to late 1930's pre WWII : Leningrad 1924 , Manchuria in China is occupied by Japan ( 1931 become Manchukuo) . Most of Antarctica is unexplored .According to George F. Cram Company records,Cram started globe manufacturing in the US about 1932 , Cram is still making globes and map .Very good condition with slight touch up , overall a very decorative piece with an historical value. The black ocean is very dramatic , the boat line are silver on the black ( trade line ) , including the Almena .

Reserve: $372.00

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    Estimate $450 - $550Feb 20, 2019
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    Ships from verified Jasper52 seller #80469 in California
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    New York, NY, USA
    Auction Curated By:
    Steve Kovacs
    Maps Expert