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Globe Of The Month for March #98577
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This month we'll feature globes from Mobil and it's affiliates. These include:

Socony (Standard Oil Company Of New York)

Magnolia

General Petrolium

White Eagle

Vacuum Oil Company

Wadhams

Bartles-McGuire

White Star

Independant Oil Company of Pennsylvania

Metro

Gilmore

Clipper

Mobilgas/Socony Vacuum

Mobil

If you have globes from any of these Mobil affiliates please post them.
We had a great response with the Ethyl globes last month. Lets keep those great globes coming!
Bob


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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98578
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Hey bob,
throw up a photo of a magnolia globe. I notice the signs seem to be Very popular at the swap meets and very colorful.
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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98579
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Bob , if I can find the pictures i'll post a mobil globe tomarrow, i t was one of my first, but not my favorite ,

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98580
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Socony and Clipper are 15in. Mobil's are 16 1/2.

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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98581
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Dick got us started off with an awesome globe!
Clipper Oil Company was based in Seattle. Mobil bought Clipper in the 40's and kept it as a secondary brand. This globe dates from the 1940's.

The Mobilgas and Mobilgas Ethyl globes with the familiar pegasus were used from the mid-1930's until 1962. They are from Socony-Vacuum. These globes can be found with black or blue lettering. There are variations in the size of the lettering too. These two are on metal bodies. Regular glass bodies, gill, ballcrank,and capco bodies were used too.

Also pictured is a blunt nose White Eagle globe that would date from 24-32.

The Socony Special has the lettering fired on the outside of the lens. Dick reports that the other side of a globe that used this lens would possibly have been the Socony shield. The Socony Special lens dates from the 1922-26 period.

Thanks for posting these great globes Dick.

Anyone have some of the glass or plastic body versions of the Mobilgas globes they can post? How about an oval Clipper globe?
Bob

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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98582
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A differant verson White Eagle

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98583
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16 1/2 Metro

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98584
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More great globes Dick!

The White Eagle pictured is the "pointed nose" or "crow" version. It was used from the from the late 1920's until 1937.
White Eagle was bought out by SOCONY in 1930. The White Eagle brand survived until the late 30's.

The Metro globe dates from the 1935-40 era. Metro was bought by Socovy-Vacuum in 1934. The Metro name lived on as a motor grade (sub-regular) at Mobilgas stations until after the war.

Thanks for sharing these globes.
Bob

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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98585
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I removed this globe and the California pump plates from a pump i bought from a farmer about 6years ago, sold the pump plate to Butch Greer, the globe went to a collectore in Carson City ,Ne. Just not a big fan of the large companys, come on guys get thoughs pictures in, lets see what you guys have, it doesn't matter if its the same globe image thats on, we just want to say ,hey ,

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98586
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Nice Globes Dick, are you sure that white bird isn't a crow? I got a turkey over here that would tare that bird up. there all horny,ha ha ha ha

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98587
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Here's an oval Clipper. Hey guys, wouldn't you know that Dick's white eagle would be mounted on a 36B top? haha


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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98588
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WOW!!! *** TWO CLIPPERS *** YOU GUYS MADE MY WEEK ,THANKS DICK & TOYDOC BEAUTIFUL GLOBES .

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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98589
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Here are three that haven't been posted yet. The Mobilgas is from Vacuum Oil Co and is 16 1/2 inch metal. The two others are your typical 13 1/2 capco plastic.

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98590
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Dwaine's Mobilgas Special globe is from Socony-Vacuum. It dates from '36-'62.

Don's oval Clipper globe dates from the 1940's. There are only a few oval globes with great graphics and this is one of them.

Gary's Mobilgas globe is from the early 30's.
The Mobilfuel Diesel was used from the 50's through '62. It's a pretty rare globe.
The Mobilgas Special is from the '55-'62 era.

Thanks for posting these wonderful globes!
Bob


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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98591
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Wheres John Jarvis???? come on John you wanted this event wheres your stuff????
the pump plate too,

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98592
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Lets see if this works:




cool it worked - Hey Pops - I put the Mobil Premium lenses on a red capco = they fit nice and tight. Thanks my friend.

Hubba


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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98593
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Hey everyone - is the picture I posted in my last message showing up?? I can see it , but there may be a problem with it - LMK - Thanks
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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98594
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Apparently I am a Moron.
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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98595
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Hey Hubba,
I went to the Pit Stop and checked out the picture. Looks great on the red body.
Let me know if you need help with the picture.
Pops


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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98596
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Hubba's Mobil Premium dates from 1962-66.

The Mobilgas Special is from '36-'62.

The Pegasus is one of the most recognizable logos ever used. What were they thinking back in the 60's when they dropped it?

Thanks for sharing these globes Hubba.

There's a ton more Mobil globes out there. How 'bout posting a few? Anyone have a Gargoyle?
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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98597
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Here's one from my collection.
It's from White Star Refining was from Detroit,MI. Vacuum boought them out in 1930.

This globe would have been used from 1926-30.


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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98598
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Very Cool Pops - Thanks for the peek.
Hubba


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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98599
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Mobil is one of my main interests, the other is Standard Oil of Kentucky (KYSO). Here are some of our Mobil Globes:



These next 3 globes are foreign. The square one is from England. The small etched one was used in France in 1930. The next one has a black porcelain frame. This is a european Mobil Lens. The Pegasus faces rite and the lens is flatter than ours are.




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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98600
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Here are some more of my Mobil globes:
The Mobil Marine White is the only one known at this time. Most of them just say Marine. The Mobilgas Green was only made for one year 1932-1933. There aren't very many of these around.

The Mobilgas Aircraft was used between 1935 and 1962. The Whadams Giant was used from 1932 to 1940.






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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98601
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Wow, nice globe's Rex!

I especially like the oval Mobiloil Gargoyle.

How long have you been collecting?

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98602
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Killer collection Rex - Outstanding - My heart is still racing - WOW
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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98603
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Dang Rex , did you leave any for some body else in Kentuck, you made yourself proud boy nice stuf, you the mobil man.

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98604
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Great globes Rex!!!!!!

Some of these are quite rare.

The Gargoyle oval is an oil cabinet globe. It was used from 1920-35.

The "W" globe is a lightpost globe from Wadhams. It's from the teens.

The Metro globe is from the 1940-55 era.

Standard Kerosene was from Socony. Its from '34-'40 period.

Mobilheat Stove Oil dates from '55-'62.
The Mobilgas Aircraft is another great globe.


The Marine White is an amazing globe! Its from the '50-'62 era.

The Mobilgas with green letters is from Vacuum Oil.

The Socony globe dates from the mid-20's to the mid-30's.

Thanks for sharing these great globes with us Rex.

Even with all the globes that have been pictured, there are still many more globes fromn Mobil and their affiliates.
Anyone have any Magnolia or General globes they can post? How about Bartles or Gilmore?
Bob


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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98605
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Richard Weir sent me these pictures.

The first globe is the familiar White Eagle that was used from '24-'32. The second is from SOCONY and dates from the teens through 1926.

The Staroline/White Star Ethyl is a rare globe from the 1926-'30 era. The Mobilgas Ethyl is another rare globe. It was only used for a few years in the mid-1930's.


This White Star globe is extremely rare. It was from 1918-1920 era.

Thanks Richard for sharing these great globes!
We still have a couple weeks to post more Mobil and affiliates globes.
Bob



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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98606
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Dang - I am drooling again. GREAT Globes - fantastic.
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Great globes!!! My favorite is that WHITE STAR REFINING.The word refining turns me on .The SOCONY globe is nice ,AH-I like em' all.Lets see some more people .Rex

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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98608
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Hi all - I just got this original Mobilgas Marine lens.
I would like to find a body it fits to light it up. Its just shy of 17" ( bigger than 16 1/2") Is this a rare size? or did they just round down and say 16 1/2" bodies. I know they make 16 1/2" repop bodies but want to make sure this will fit before I buy one. Any thoughts? Thanks
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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98609
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KEEP EM COMIN' BOYS !!!... more marine stuff !!!.. i can't get enough of that marine stuff !!!.....

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98610
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Hubba email me tonite, tried emailing thru this site dont know if you got it, might be able to work a deal...DODOGAS

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98611
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That Mobilgas Marine lens I posted is 16 1/2" big - I didnt measure it right at first - I guess I was so excited to get it I forgot how to measure - LOL
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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98612
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Great lens Hubba!
Any marine globe is rare. This one is really rare.
Turns out Hubba's lens has an outline around the pegasus. Instead of being the second known of the non-outlined version, its the first known outlined version in the 16 1/2" size! Its probably a little newer than the non-outlined version. I couldn't see the outline in the picture. Sorry about the mistake.
Bob

Hubba, in the words of Crash Davis (Kevin Costner in Bull Durham)"When you speak of me, speak highly". (Hubba will know what I'm talkin about).
Pops

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Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98613
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Great Find Hubba!! And only the second one known to exist. Better quit that drooling, you might slip and fall carrying that rare baby. Congratulaions again.

Re: Globe Of The Month for March #98614
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Yes I know what your talking about POPS and Thanks - also Gary - I had to wear a bib getting the dang thing home as not to slip on said drool.

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