Advantus Political/Physical World Globe, 12" dia, Silver Metal Base

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Advantus Political/Physical World Globe, 12" dia, Silver Metal Base

Physical and political map with raised relief. - View Complete Details

Product Number: AVT30503

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Advantus Political/Physical World Globe, 12" dia, Silver Metal Base - Political/physical world globe with raised relief and a full swing meridian. Shows natural coloration of the earth to illustrate mountains, deserts, forests and grasslands. Blue oceans show undersea physical features. Mounted on a silver metal base.

  • Political/physical world globe features raised relief and a full swing meridian.
  • Natural coloration is used to illustrate mountains, deserts, forests and grasslands.
  • Blue oceans show undersea physical features.
  • Mounted on a silver metal base.
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    Can you stick the surface of this globe with pushpins to mark locations or is the surface too hard?
    Asked on 9/4/2015 by need a pinnable globe

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    Is the meridian marked to show latitude? Is the globe labeled with the names of both countries and continents? What kind of details are shown and labeled for the sea floors?
    Asked on 8/18/2015 by Paul

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    what is the globe itself made of?
    Asked on 11/11/2014 by none from texas

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