Relief shown pictorially. Annotated in black ink on verso: Map of Boston. LC copy imperfect: Brittle; portions of edges missing. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Gift; Andrew Cosentino; 2000? Acquisitions control no.99-109a
CIF17938 U.S. Copyright Office Scale 1:10,000,000. Relief shown by gradient tints. "Copyright by Weber Costello Co. except as to modifications made and materials added by the Government of the United States." Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Includes diagr. of globe gores. AACR2
Contributor:United States. Office of Strategic Services - United States. War Department - Weber Costello Company
Relief shown by hachures. Projection centered on North Pole. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy removed from its copy of Buache's Cartes et tables de la géographie physique ou naturelle. À Paris: sur le Quay de l'Horlage, .
Contributor:Buache, Philippe - L'Isle, Guillaume De - Desbruslins
Relief shown by hachures. Title from envelope. Gores for a 13 cm. globe. Six gores linked by a cloth strip and mounted on blue paper, attached at both poles to six brown cords bound with a cardboard strip. Globe and text housed in cardboard envelope covered with blue paper. Accompanied by text : Erklärung des künstlichen Globus / zu haben bei Josef Franz Kaiser. ...
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 ...
Relief shown by shading. Depths shown by shading. Shows shipping lanes and major ports. "803745AI (G03545) 1-15." Includes notes. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Contributor:United States. Central Intelligence Agency
Scale ca. 1:27,000,000 at the equator. Wood block print, hand colored. Relief shown pictorially. Shows continents and oceans of the world at about 1600. Based on Matteo Ricci's World map which was published in China in 1602. Includes text. At head of text: Chikyū bankoku sankai yochi zenzu setsu. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Vault AACR2
Relief shown pictorially. French. Titles in Latin and French. Includes ill. Accompanied by: Tables geographiques des division du globe terrestre par le Sr. Sanson geographe ordinaire du Roy / a Paris : Chez Hubert Jaillot (on sheet 64 x 54 cm., unmounted, fold-lined horizontally in half). Mounted on cloth. LC copy imperfect: Fold-lined vertically in half. Pin holes in cloth tape in all corners. ...