The value of your globe depends largely on the mounting as well as condition. Cram's globes manufactured pre WW2 (as yours)are still relatively common and range in value from $30 for a standard model to around $1000 for the most ornate piece. If the globe has regular colored oceans (blue-green) and a standard plain mount (dowel through the globe and a base) it's value is of the least. As the mounting becomes more ornate, the price goes up. Standard globes with half or full meridians range between $50 and $150. Two of Cram's models, most in demand by globe collectors,will be of highest value: The 10.5 inch illuminated glass globe with yellow oceans, which has a serpent finished in bronze and copper accents as a base. This globe, in good condition can have a value between $800 and exceeding $1000. Another model is the globe with silver colored oceans. Based on how ornate the mounting is, the globe will have a value of several hundred dollars.
Many of these lamps are valued in price close to $50 to $75 each. The amount of each lamp will vary depending upon its condition.
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just seen a set sell on ebay for £700, depends on how many items and what is in the set of course but this is beautiful porcelain and highly collectable
The George Mikan rookie card for $2,500.