SOLD! for $2,432.00.
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Trippensee Planetarium Company, Saginaw, Michigan, geared Tellurian model, manufactured by the George F. Cram Company. Consisting of painted or lithographed globes representing the Earth, Moon, and Venus affixed to metal rod arms that revolve around a central brass sphere representing the sun on a wooden arm with an inset compass, all mounted on a turned wooden pillar, set on a stepped round brass base, with a circular zodiac dial to the top, printed in black on silver. Maker's marks to earth globe. 13 3/4" H x 20" W x 7 1/2" D. Late 19th/Early 20th century. Condition: Overall good condition with dents, overall wear to brass globe and stand. Areas of loss, largest 3", to paint. Brass tag to arm is not present. Oxidation to metal components.