Title in Latin; name of Assembly appears in 8 languages at head of title; legend in English and French. Copyright: (C) Cartographia, Budapest, 1995. Includes notes, directory of region/county-level administrative divisions, and 7 insets. "673118-02."
Relief shown pictorially. Sheet issued as part of a set of 5 maps 1 of which covers entire world and the other 4 individual continents. Watermarked with coat-of-arms [?]. Includes notes in map area, statement of dedication in French, and ill. (ship, animals). Acquisitions control no.: 2001-28 Vault
Scale ca. 1:17,000,000. Cover title: Antique map prints: World. Relief shown pictorially. Includes col. illus. and 9 city views. Text on envelope. Accompanied by 3 facsimiles, cataloged separately. AACR2
Relief shown by landform drawings. Legend in French. Prime meridian: Ferro[?]. Watermarked. Includes hand col. ill. in title cartouche and unidentified numbers for numerous mountains depicted on the map. LC copy darkened, torn at edges, taped, stained in margins. Acquisitions control no.: 2000-1
Scale ca. 1:13,250,000. Title in upper margin: L'Europe, dessinée suivant les règles le plus précises d'une nouvelle projection stéréographique ... Facsimile. Relief shown pictorially. "Mit freundlicher Genehmigung des Hauptstaatsarchives Stuttgart zum 25-jährigen Jubiläum des Städte-Verlages E. v. Wagner & J. Mitterhuber." "Hauptstaatsarchiv Stuttgart N. 100 Dr. 136." Reproduced from the author's Atlas compendiarivs feu ita dictus scholasticvs minor in usum erudiendae juventutis adornatus. AACR2
Relief shown by hachures. Represents the geneology of language, with letters and writing. In lower left margin: Opera Godofr. Henfelü delineata. Includes charts of alphabetical characters for 16 different languages.
Scale ca. 1:10,000,000; Duijtzsche mijlen 15. voer een graedt. Miliaria germanica 15. uno grad. compet. Facsimile. Relief shown pictorially. Reproduced from L. J. Waghenaer's "Spieghel der Zeevaerdt," Leyden, 1584-1585. Includes 7 national coats of arms. AACR2: 100; 650/1
Pictorial map of Europe in the form of a crowned noble virgin (female figure) with the name "Bohemia" given prominently at the center of the figure. The virgin is shown holding a scepter in her left hand and an orb of state named "Sicilia" in her right hand. Cover title and geographic names in Latin; text and notes on cover in Czech, English, and ...
Relief shown pictorially. Original title. Facsimile. Original version: [Amsterdam? : Willem Jansz. Blaeuw, 163-?]. Gift; Federal Chancellor of Austria Wolfgang Schüssel; Dec. 2005. Printed in multicolor including gold highlighting and lettering. Accompanied by text in German: Originalgetreues Faksimileblatt aus dem Atlas Bleau-Van der Hem, der schönsten Atlas der Welt.  sheet : photocopy ; 28 cm. Includes col. ill. of pairs of figures dressed ...
Relief shown pictorially. Original map in Latin; publisher's title and statement in English. In publisher's "Souvenir series catalog 2004-2005", p. 32: Jansson's map of Europe depicts how it appeared in ancient times and is based on Abraham Ortelius's earlier map of the same title. Facsimile. Original version: Evropam, sive Celticam veterem. [Amsterdam? : Janssonius Heirs, 1670]. Sic describere conabar Abrahamus Ortelius. Evert Sÿmons z. ...