Rand McNally Co.'s new twelve inch terrestrial globe (gores).
An historical map reproduction of vintage globe gores used in the production of a 12" terrestrial globe published by Rand McNally and Company in 1887. A colorful political map of the world with hachures to represent relief. The map is centered on the Pacific Ocean at 165 degrees east.
Each map is produced as a detailed museum quality archive print. This special printing process is known as Giclee (zhee-CLAY) and is commonly used to produce very high quality fine art prints. Printed on Archive Paper, Luster Photo Paper, or Matte Canvas.
Map print ships rolled up in a durable cardboard tube. Frame is not included.