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Globe, Hebrew
BERLIN: A.G. SYRKIN LEHRMITTEL-VERLAG, [C.1925]
A 10” diameter globe in Hebrew, composed of two sets of 12 printed and hand-coloured half-gores and two polar calottes, mounted on a metal spindle attached to a turned wooden stand, paper toning, slight separation of hemispheres at equator
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RARE: Apparently the first printed globe in Hebrew, with only two other examples known, one in the Austrian National Museum, the other in Tel Aviv. The emergence of the Viennese example was reported in the Wiener Zeitung, 18 August 2011.

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