Offered by: Alain Michel Antiques
Rue Henri Wafelaerts 41 Brussels 1060 , Belgium Call Seller 025378204


A Library Terrestrial Globe On Stand From J.forest Paris From The 19th Century

$ 2,400
  • Description
    Very beautiful library globe made by J.Forest Paris rue de Buci from the 19th century

    globes on stands are the rarest. This one made by J. Forest, a famous publishing house in Paris in the 19th century, has a very beautiful turned base.

    The Globe is plugged on a cast iron fixation which through an ingenious mechanism, allows you to turn the Globe in the direction you want.

    The Globe is in French and in superb condition. no pock some small wear but really minimal The Globe stands out by its very beautiful colors and its condition. We can find the different colonies as well as the maritime currents.

    The Globe has a horizon table where we can find the signs of the zodiac, months and seasons. This one has undergone some small restorations and is slightly curved. But still has it's paper. Very often gone

    Delivery in Belgium, France and internationally. Visible in our 2500m2 showroom at 41Rue Henri Wafelaerts, 1060 Brussels, Belgium. More information & photos on request
  • More Information
    Origin: France
    Period: 19th Century
    Styles / Movements: Aesthetic Movement, Traditional
    Incollect Reference #: 693437
  • Dimensions
    H. 42.52 in; Diam. 16.93 in;
    H. 108 cm; Diam. 43 cm;
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