Diagrammatic map of weights and measures in use in 27 Mediterranean and European seaports. Oriented with north to the right. Each port city is represented by a vignette of a prominent local tower and the vignet... More
Portolan chart with seaport names given for all coastlines. Title devised by cataloguer. Contains 4 compass roses in a circle centered in Italy to the north of Rome and half of a fifth on the trimmed center lef... More
Also shows the southeast Pacific Ocean, the southwest Indian Ocean, as well as the continents of South America, Africa, Europe, and portions of North America and Asia. Relief shown pictorially. Title supplied b... More
"Printed for T. Bowles in St. Pauls Church Yard, John Bowles & Son in Cornhil, & Robt. Sayer in Fleetstreet." Available also through the Library of Congress web site as a raster image.
Date on title page of 1706, date on leaves  and  of 1708. Phillips 2820 Vellum covered boards and vellum spine attached to modern pink cloth spine. Available also through the Library of Congress Web sit... More
Relief shown pictorially. Watermarked at left end with necklace enclosing pointed cross with attached pendant cross and at right end with indecipherable wording. Includes embellished title cartouche and 2 circu... More
Print shows the interior of a temple, a Native bowing on one knee and presenting a map to a female figure (Liberty?) sitting on a throne on a pedestal and holding a long staff topped with a liberty cap; a cheru... More
Relief shown pictorially and by shading. Map title within ornamental border. Atlas consists of folded maps pasted onto endpapers along spine. Copy annotated in pencil on contents p. Copy imperfect: Torn edges a... More
Signed by Charles Minard at lower right. Annotation in pencil in top margin. Includes graph and statistics. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image. Copy imperfect: Fold-lined.... More
Prime meridian: Paris. Hand col. to emphasize coastlines and international boundaries. LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, water-stained, brittle, torn at fold lines, cover detached from map sheet. Publisher's adverti... More
"Entered according to act of Congress in the year 1870 by L. Prang & Co., in the office of the Librarian of Congress of Washington." In lower margin: Britannia, full of Rage almost forgets Ireland. Spain, smoki... More
Relief shown by hachures. Shows submarine telegraph lines. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Also covers eastern portion of Western Europe. Gift; Dr. Günter Krabbe; June 2005. Paper sheet sectioned to 36 panels to enable folding. LC copy imperfect: Use-worn, soiled, stained. Available also through the ... More
Inset: key map of Europe. 11 x 12 cm. Scale not given. Includes references to country caricatures. Available also through the Library of Congress Web site as a raster image.
Appears in v. 6 of Les Allemands sous les aigles françaises: essai sur les troupes de la Confédération du Rhin,1806-1814 ... Paris : R. Chapelot et Cie, 1802-[12?]. Available also through the Library of Congres... More
Relief shown by hachures. Shows subterranean telegraph lines running through Atlantic Ocean, North, Baltic, Mediterranean, and Black Seas. Gift: Mrs. Lilla B. Sampson, Jan. 29, 1943. Available also through the ... More
Shows twenty-nautical-mile zones along Western European coastlines where German submarine mines will be distributed and an adjacent large delimited sector of the North Atlantic Ocean where Allied shipping will ... More
Photograph shows a large map of Czechoslovakia in front of the New York Public Library. A large painting of the poster "Tell that to the Marines!" by James Montgomery Flagg is next to the map.