Carte d'Assemblage de l'Amerique Septenle.

VANDERMAELEN, Phillippe Marie

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Place Published: Brussels
Publisher: Vandermaelen, Phillipe Marie
Date Published: 1827

Description: Map. Large format lithograph with original hand color wash. Image and title measures 19 3/8" x 24 1/8".

Comments: Beautiful double page map of North America. Shows states, towns, waterways and topographical and geographical features. Includes an inset of northeastern North America. From Vandermaelen's 6 volume "Atlas universel de geographie physique, politique, statistique et mineralogique, sur l'echelle de 1/16411836" in which each map can be combined as gores to form an immense globe. The atlas was the first to map the world on a uniform scale. This map is the part of the assembly key with color coded and numbered squares indicating where each gore belongs. In excellent condition.

Binding: unbound
Condition: very good(+)
Language: English
Type: Maps

Book ID: 224090


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