40.120 - Cram's 10.5 - inch (26.1 cm) Lighted Terrestrial Globe, c1939, by George F. Cram Company, Chicago
The lighted table globe rotates on it’s axis with a metal half meridian attached to a brass base. Colored paper gores over a glass sphere, with original pull chain and working light. The Cram’s company is a major map and atlas publisher that began in the late 19th century and continues today as one of the largest American globe makers. The globe is rated Very Good with only small blemishes noted in ocean areas and not affecting the geographic or hydrographic data.