National Geographic Nicollet Illuminated Globe

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National Geographic Nicollet Illuminated Globe

National Geographic Nicollet Illuminated Globe

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$249.00

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Overview

With just a flick of a switch, the LED bulb inside our Nicollet desk globe illuminates to bring even greater clarity and detail to our award-winning cartography. With the same blue ocean coloring of our most popular wall maps, it's suitable for home, office, and classroom alike. More than 4,000 place names are printed on paper gored, adhered to a plastic globe. Die-cast, copper-painted meridian and hardwood base.
This handsome reference globe is named for French geographer and explorer Jean-Nicolas Nicollet, who mapped the Mississippi Basin over the course of three expeditions in the 1830s after he had emigrated to the United States. His maps were the most accurate yet created at the time, and were notable for being the only ones to use Native American place names.
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Details

16" diameter x 20"H. 6'L cord.

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02/10/2018
Michael & Carol

Horrible packing and shipping destroyed the globe - twice

The globe itself was lovely - if it hadn't been damaged in shipping - twice. I was given a refund and they will send my pictures to their vendor. Such a shame and a big disappointment.

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01/24/2018
madcal

Like flying through space

Beautiful detail and colors. Looks like an astronaut's photo. Four stars because it is, in my opinion too large. Credit Nat-Geo for having the correct dimensions on their sight. My bad for not visualizing it in 3-D. (Return cost would have been $50+). I am enjoying the "Blue Earth" in my family room.