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Globes
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No other company in the world offers reproduction antique globes of similar quality and affordability. Attention to detail is key. All our globes are made using original charts, researched for their historical accuracy and visual appeal. Centuries ago globes were made by gluing copperplate printed gores on a plaster finished papier-māché core. Given the limited technology available at the time, a complicated production process, and a multitude of specialists involved, it was logical that only the very rich could afford to own globes. This is illustrated by 18th C. Dutch painters who used globes to symbolize affluence, science, sophistication, and even worldliness. Our globes offer history at your fingertips and highlight some of the world's most famous cartographers: Mercator, Hondius, and Vaugondy.



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Solar System Mobile
Code: AU-GL061
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Globe Mobile
Code: AU-GL060
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Mercator 1541 Classic Stand Globe
Code: AU-GL002D
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Hondius 1627 Classic Stand Globe
Code: AU-GL003D
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Vaugondy 1745 Classic Stand Globe
Code: AU-GL008D
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Globe Bookends
Code: AU-GL009F
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Terrestrial Globe with Compass
Code: AU-GL019
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Navigator's Terrestrial Globe
Code: AU-GL023F
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Weber Costello 1921 USA Globe
Code: AU-GL026
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Small 1745 Vaugondy Globe in a Box
Code: AU-GL027
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The Age of Exploration Keepsake
Code: AU-GL031
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The Earth & The Heavens, 1551 AD
Code: AU-GL032
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