Relief shown pictorially. Also shows lines of magnetic variation and marine wind-direction arrows. "Published as the Act directs, Aug't 1st 1799, by I. Evans, No. 41 Long Lane, West Smithfield." Originally printed on 2 sheets. Imperfect: Use-worn, fold-lined, wrinkled/missing small sections at edges, taped on verso at edges. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Purchase; Richard B. ...
Contributor:Kitchen, T. (Thomas) - Evans, John - Kitchen, T.
"Map information as of 1996." "Based on unclassified Unified Command Plan, 17 January 1996." Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Includes insets of Arctic region and Antarctica.
Signed by Charles Minard at lower right. Annotation in pencil in top margin. Includes graph and statistics. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Copy imperfect: Fold-lined. Acquisitions control no. 2003-11a
Contributor:Minard, Charles Joseph - Regnier Et Dourdet (Firm) - Lith. Gratia (Firm)
Relief shown by hachures. Includes illustrations of cities and people along filigreed border. Inset: view of Antarctic Continent as seen by the U.S. Ship Peacock, January 19th, 1840. 4 x 29 cm. List of distances to and from various cities around the world at the top of map. An explanation of projection at the top of map. An explanation of scale in the lower ...
Appears in Andreas Cellarius' Harmonia macrocosmica. Amstelodami : Apud Gerardum Valk & Petrum Schenk, 1708. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy accompanied by photocopy. LC copy hand colored. Stamped in blue ink in lower left margin: 309A.
Contributor:Cellarius, Andreas - Schenk, Peter - Valck, G. (Gerard)
Title from Stevenson's text. In lower right corner: E.O. Cockayne, Boston. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. See GA307 1457.G457 for text by E.L. Stevenson. LC copy mounted on cloth and laminated.
Wood block prints. Shows the world in two hemispheres. Relief shown pictorially. Based on the world map of Joannes Blaeu. Translated title: Double Hemisphere Map of the World. Includes ill. and text. Gift; Arthur William Hummel; 1930, no. 5. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Contributor:Verbiest, Ferdinand - Blaeu, Joan - Hummel, Arthur W. (Arthur William)
Relief shown pictorially. Text states the map was translated into Turkish in 967 (Oct. 1559 to Sept. 1560). Map based on Oronce Fine's cordiform map of 1534, according to Shirley's Mapping of the world, 1993. Hâci Ahmed is probably a pseudonym, possibly of Michele Membré and Nicolò Cambi. One of 24 impressions printed in 1795 from six woodcut blocks when found in the archives ...