Vintage Cram's Scope-O-Sphere 12" Globe
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The history of the George F. Cram Company spans over 150 years. George Franklin Cram (1842-1928) was an American map publisher. He served in the U.S. Army during the American Civil War and then joined his uncle Rufus Blanchard's Evanston map business in 1867. Two years later, he became sole proprietor of the firm and renamed it the George F. Cram Co. which became a leading map (and later globe) firm. They the first American firm to publish a world atlas.
This vintage Cram's "Scope-O-Sphere" globe from the George F. Cram Company likely dates from the late 1940's and is excellent vintage condition.
- Materials: Cardboard, Metal
- Finish: Brass Stand, Multi Globe
- Dimensions: 12" Diamater Globe (Approx. 16" tall on stand)
- Condition: This item is in vintage condition and is being sold as such. Please review photos for specifics. Additional photos are available upon request.
- Please note, there is some spotting/discoloration on the metal base of the globe. (See photos)