This is Rand Mcnally's quite desirable celestial globe from the early 1930's it is mounted on a tripod ball and claw stand, it is complete with horizon paper intact. I can confirm though not pictured that it even has the original instruction booklet titled " Astronomy Made Easy, by William Johnson.
This globe is in very nice overall condition, it does have issue on one side of the globe there are three indents clearly visible in the 3rd, and 4th picture. I encourage you to zoom in for a better look.
All three indents are visible and in close proximity, the rest of the orb is in exceptional condition.
This globe stands in at a bit over 14" tall and as a celestial full
mount globe of nearly 85 years of age is an impressive piece. The set screw that holds the orb to the stand is present ( often missing) The horizon paper is nicely intact also this is easily damaged on many globes, but because it is such an integral part of this globe all the more reason to have it intact. I should note that the poles are intact, as is the hour circle at the top of the globe. All in all a nice package. The globe and the accompanying original instruction book are being offered at: $975 plus shipping.
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