London, South Kensington
24 September 2008
A 3-inch Spanish pocket globe
Dalmau Carles PLA, early 20th Century
The globe made up of two printed gores and two polar calottes, two axis pins, equatorial, ecliptic, tropics and polar circles, principal oceans, continents, countries and islands named, rivers shown, Coast of Antarctica well defined, cartouche in shape of sixteen-point compass rose DALMAU CARLES PLA, in a modern cylindrical cardboard box.
4in. (10cm.) high in box
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