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    The trans-orbal map : a Global Press map for one world

    F18574 U.S. Copyright Office This map which was produced from a photograph of a transparent globe permits a view through the orb or globe; and, enables one to observe the relationship of all the continents to one another and to the world as a whole. Relief shown by shading. Includes text and 3 ancillary maps of the transparent globe showing reverse areas of the ...

    • Contributor: Global Press Corporation - Ristow, Walter W. (walter William)
    • Date: 1944
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    Erster gedruckter Globus, Martin Hylacomylus (Waltzemüller) :...

    Relief shown pictorially on "Zweiter" globe. Titles in German. Place names in Latin. "Phot.-lith. im k.k.t.u.a. Militär-Comité." According to Shirley's Mapping of the world, 1993, the "Zweiter" globe was created by an unknown cartographer in Ingolstadt around 1518, not by Peter Apian in 1524, and the Waldseemüller gores were created in Strassburg in 1507. Original version of Waldseemüller gores : [Strassburg?, 1507]. Original version ...

    • Contributor: Waldseemüller, Martin - Apian, Peter - Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Militär-Comité
    • Date: 1879
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    Globus aus der Mitte des XVI Jahrhunderts

    Relief shown pictorially. Dedication: Reverre[n]diss. et illustriss. Do. Do. Urbano Sangelasio episcopo Com[m]ingiensi, Joan[n]es Oterschaden Belga humillime D.D. Original version: [Antwerp? ; s.n., ca. 1603]. Date of original from Shirley's Mapping of the world. Gores for a 17 cm. globe. Includes ill. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. LC copy marked "20." in blue pencil in lower ...

    • Contributor: Oterschaden, Johannes - Austro-Hungarian Monarchy. Militär-Comité
    • Date: 1879
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    [Terrestrial globe gores].

    Relief shown pictorially. Title supplied by cataloger. Reissued by Giuseppe di Rossi in 1615. Dedication in upper hemisphere: Illmo. viro optimaraq. artium amatori et Fautori D. Paulo Mellino Romano ... In lower hemisphere: I. Hondius Lectori S. In locorum longitudine ... Longitudines incepimus non ab Insulis Fortunatis ut Ptolome[us], sed ab iis quae acores vocantur quod acus nautica ibi recta in septentrionem vergat Vale. ...

    • Contributor: Hondius, Jodocus - Rossi, Giuseppe Di.
    • Date: 1615
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    [Globus terrarum]

    Relief shown pictorially. Gores for a 20 cm. globe. Title supplied by cataloger. Date from Shirley's Mapping of the world, 1993. Includes ill. LC copy: Sheet 1 annotated in pencil in upper right "W. Lowery" and in ink in upper left "27". Sheet 4 annotated in ink in upper right "114" and lower left "26". LC copy imperfect: Lacking sheet 2. Central vertical fold ...

    • Contributor: Habrecht, Isaac - Fürst, Paul
    • Date: 1612
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    [Globus terrarum]

    Relief shown pictorially. Gores for a 16.3 cm. globe. Title supplied by cataloger. Includes watermark. Includes ill. LC copy: Pencil annotations across bottom. LC copy imperfect: Central horizontal and vertical fold lines. Liquid staining on upper and lower right and left. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Acquisitions control no.: 2004-3

    • Contributor: Blacus, G. I. - Jollain, Gérard
    • Date: 1666
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    Mechanischer Welt Globus zum Gebrauche des kleinen Geographen

    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. ...

    • Contributor: Kaiser, Joseph Franz
    • Date: 1840
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    Rand McNally & Co.'s new twelve inch terrestrial globe [gores].

    Relief shown in hachures. Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: Rand McNally and Company
    • Date: 1887
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    Rand McNally & Co.'s new twelve inch terrestrial globe [gores].

    Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.

    • Contributor: Rand McNally and Company
    • Date: 1891
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    [50ʺ military globe gores]

    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
    • Date: 1942