A shelf full of globes in a very well-stocked stationery store downtown. I couldn't bring myself to buy one brand new, though, there's no character in that! Nothing like finding one in the trash that its owner has given up on (possibly because the plastic on which the map is printed is peeling away from the globe's surface at the axes), slapping some scotch tape on it to camouflage the imperfections, and giving it a second life as part of the living room decor.
My "dream globe" displayed at the flea market, but for $200, I could only look. The one I found looks sort of like this - if I squint really hard. It's about the same size, but is a geographical map rather than a political one, meaning it doesn't have all the oranges and pinks of this one, just blues, greens, and pale whites and yellows. I find it obnoxious that every. single. globe has a cord to light it up, but fortunately the previous owner snipped off the cord on mine before disposing of it.
The globe as I found it, peeling map and all. I'm looking forward to using it as a prop to liven up my typewriter pictures in the future.