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Description: P. Marquette en Joliet, gedan in't jaar 1673.
Date: 1740 ca.
Description: Engraved and hand-colored map of the Iberian peninsula as a theater of war during the War of the Spanish Succession (1701-1714). The map is dedicated to Ki...
Description: Map of part of North America engraved and hand-colored (the light brown design is a superposition of the map and cartouche derived from the oxidation of th...
Description: A map showing the national roots of the people of Wisconsin, based on the ethnic stock research by University of Wisconsin-Madison sociologist Prof. George...
Description: Engraved and hand-colored map of Ethiopia, from Blaeu's General Atlas. Map title is framed by a man and a woman, both wearing head turbans, who are standin...
Description: From Weigel's Atlas portatilis, oder, Compendieuse Vorstellung der gantzen Welt. Map of Europe.
Description: Engraved double-hemispherical world map by Moll, included in his atlas The world described, or, A new and correct sett of maps: shewing the kingdoms and st...
Description: The back of the pictorial map titled Recreational Map of Glacier National Park, Montana: Waterton Lakes National Park, Alberta. 14 panels of text and photo...
Description: Double hemispherical world map showing routes of Tasman, Magellan, Mendana, etc. Relief shown pictorially. Title in oak wreath cartouche. Map between four...
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