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A 9 inch German Terrestrial globe dating to 1868. The globe stands on a turned beechwood base and has a brass half meridian and shows ocean currents and shipping routes and latest discoveries at the Poles. It was made by Ludwig Heyman of Leipzig , a well known Globe maker who worked from 1860-1903. This globe can be accurately dated as it shows The Austrian-Hungarian Empire, but not the Suez Canal.
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