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Augsburg: 1792. Map. Engraving with hand coloring. Image measures 23 x 19.75". This detailed map of Norway, originally by Matthäus Seutter, is one of the great maps of the kingdom. This edition of the map, issued from Seuetter's copperplate by Tobias Conrad Lotter in 1770, dates to the period of Norway's union with Denmark, yet it focuses significantly on the geographical area of Norway, including only small parts of Sweden. Ample detail describes cities, rivers, and mountains. An inset in.....
Jena: Fischer, 1913. 2 vols. (text and Atlas), with 7 maps, 5 diagrams, numerous tables (folding) in text (some colored), and 37 photographic portraits on 10 plates, folding tables in Atlas. Folios, original printed orange boards, black cloth spine. Jena: Gustav Fischer, 1913. Very good. Detailed study of a Swedish family genealogy embracing many generations and members.
Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien, 1965. In Swedish. English summary. 2 vols. 46 plates, large folding map in pocket of vol. 2, 20 other maps in text. 4to, original printed wrappers ; unopened. Stockholm: Kungl. Vitterhets Historie och Antikvitets Akademien 1965-70. Very good (+). A report on archaeological finds in two grave-fields in southern Sweden. The graves date from the late Bronze Age through the Viking period.
New York: Cooper-Hewitt Museum, 1988. Additional text by Barbro Hovstadius. Illustrated throughout in black & white. 176pp. Short & oblong 8vo, pictorial boards. New York: Cooper-Hewitt Museum, (1988). A near fine copy. Catalog for an exhibition held at The Cooper-Hewitt Museum in New York and organized by the Nationalmuseum in Stockholm.