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N.G.S. Globes, Decor, { & "Pictorial Geography series" sets}


N.G.S. Globes, Decor, { & "Pictorial Geography series" sets}

Share your photos or memories of the vintage (or newer) globes released since the 1960's. 

Also, the Pictorial Geography series (circa 1916-1922) can be discussed and reviewed here.

Join in, as we look back at scenes from every land, and view the globe in interesting ways.

* also, these items can be discussed: 

  • Wall Map Cabinets,
  • non-supplement pictorials and sheet sets,
  • prints of photos from books avail. to buyers,
  • N.G.S. sponsored furniture,
  • posters, Wall Murals, 
  • etc.

Members: 6
Latest Activity: Dec 28, 2022

Discussion Forum

N. C. Wyeth's "Romance of Discovery" aka "Maps of Discovery" aka the 5 murals 1 Reply

In Dec. 2012/Jan 2013, I had my 5 N.C. Wyeth pictorial supplements professionally matted & framed. I wanted to share them finally here for others to see. Knowing how the large murals of these are…Continue

Tags: maps of discovery, N C Wyeth, Wyeth

Started by Scott T. Shier. Last reply by George Thomas Wilson Feb 21, 2018.

Non-NGS Globe Collection 3 Replies

Apologies for this not being Society related but I just got my globe of the planet Mercury today.  I now possess a complete set of the 5-world Inner Solar System.  I just had to show somebody and…Continue

Started by George Thomas Wilson. Last reply by Scott T. Shier Jan 19, 2015.

Comment Wall

Comment by George Thomas Wilson on December 11, 2014 at 6:40pm


While I do not have a Nat Geo globe, my love of maps meant I had to join this group.  (My globe is a old Rand McNally; and I also have globes of the Moon, Mars, and Venus.  Still looking for one of Mercury.)


Comment by Scott T. Shier on December 11, 2014 at 7:53pm

Hey Tom,

I named this group based in consultation with Phil. I wanted to make sure it didn't duplicate or compete with the existing Maps/Supp/Index group. Phil and I still feel that the NG Atlases --the books, (pending any future postings) do "belong" in the Maps...Index group.

- Scott

Comment by Scott T. Shier on December 27, 2014 at 1:03am
Comment by George Thomas Wilson on December 27, 2014 at 12:16pm


I had already found one.  What I needed to find was the $$$. My collection items are 12" standard size globes.  haha back atcha.



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