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
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
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.
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. ...
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
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 ...
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. 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
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."