The Phoenix II
12" Raised Relief Desk Globe from National Geographic

The Phoenix II globe features a stunningly crafted solid steel base. A unique design by artist Tom Torrens that presents this National Geographic globe with a dramatic touch of modern elegance. The sweeping flair of the black metal base converges to support a full-swing meridian assembly that allows the globe to be tilted a full 360° on one axis and spun within its meridian. The die-cast metal meridian features a matching black finish that contrasts perfectly with the parchment ocean globe ball.  

The up-to-date National Geographic globe ball is produced in the United States by Replogle Globes. It is expertly crafted using 100% re-claimed paperfiber.

Globe details include over 4,000 place names, countries represented in contrasting colors, delineated U.S. states, and bodies of water. Raised relief provides a better perspective of topographic features such as mounting ranges. Ocean floor trenches, basins, and ridges are illustrated through detailed visual relief shading. The meridian is fully calibrated and a time dial is featured at the North Pole.

Diameter: 12"
Height: 24"
Weight: 10 lbs.
Shipping Weight: 18 lbs

Item# 39814
Price:  $210.00

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12" National Geographic Phoenix II Desk Globe
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Name: The Phoenix II
Globe Type: 12" Political
Globe Ball: 100% re-claimed paperfiber
Base: Solid steel w/ black finish
Meridian: Metal w/ black finish, calibrated full-swing meridian
Color: Parchment ocean
Illuminated: No
Raised Relief: Yes
Special: Unique stand design represents a beautiful sculpted piece of art.
Pros: Globe features popular National Geographic map of the world and raised relief mountain ranges. Ocean floor detail is depicted.
1-World comment: A modern globe design of significant proportion. Heavy metal base contrasted with National geographic parchment ocean globe ball makes it a design perfect for any setting.


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