From Germany, the maker of the globe is Erdglobus, Columbus-Verlag-Paul Oestergaard K.G. It was made in Berlin, c. 1920. It shows the principal colonial holdings at that time. It denotes major sea lanes and ocean currents as well. The script is crisp and the colors are vibrant. It is mounted on a turned walnut stand and has an attached metal meridian. It is one of a collection of available globes acquired in Europe.
DIAMETER: 9½ in | HEIGHT: 16½ in
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CONDITION: antique with light wear