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1 Adirondack Map.
Chester Creek Press, Chesterton: 2004. s Brand New. Printed on Stonehenge warm white mouldmade paper. 13 x 16-1/4 inches. Mailed unfolded 
:Printed on Stonehenge warm white mouldmade paper. 13 x 16-1/4 inches. Mailed unfolded 
Price: 42.75 USD
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2 Hammond Atlas Of The World.
Hammond, Maplewood: 1992. 0843711752 / 9780843711752 Fifth Printing. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Very good condition. 
This is the first edition that utilized a computerized data based. All maps are in full color. 
Price: 21.80 USD
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3 Large Print Roadatlas: United States, Canada, Mexico.
UniversalMap, Williamston: 2000. 0762511427 / 9780762511426 2000 Edition. Collectors Edition. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Features large type for easy reading, Same-page indexing, Highlighted exit numbers, Area code and time zone map, Mileage Chart, Travel information web sites and 800 numbers, and , Newest area code. 
Price: 15.44 USD
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4 The Atlas Blaeu - Van Der Hem: History Of The Atlas And The Making Of The Facsimile.
HES & DE GRAAF, Houten: 2011. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The Atlas Blaeu-Van der Hem: History of the Atlas and the making of the facsimile is a publication created to accompany the eight volume set, Atlas Blaeu-Van der Hem. In celebration of one of the most prestigious projects from HES & DE GRAAF, this book will celebrate and provide background information on the Atlas Blaeu-Van der Hem and the production of the facsimile. Various experts describe the many aspects of this unique compilation of atlases from the 17th century. The book contains contributions by Roelof van Gelder on the Atlas of Laurens van der Hem and his library, including a detailed description of the life and works of the collector and the making of his Atlas; Truusje Goedings on the coloration of the Atlas; Erlend de Groot on the art historical aspects of a series of drawings from the Atlas; Peter van der Krogt on the Atlas Maior by Blaeu, which served as the point of departure for the Atlas; Benjamin Schmidt on the printed maps from the Atlas, and Dick Gaasbeek on the making of the facsimile of the Atlas, including a detailed description of the photography, printing, and binding. Together with an introduction by Günter Schilder, this book contains a catalogue of brief information including numbers and titles, on all the maps and images presented in the 8 volumes of the facsimile. 
Price: 451.25 USD
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5 AMBROZIAK, BRIAN M. & JEFFREY R.: BRADBURY, RAY (INTRODUCTION). Infinite Perspectives: Two Thousand Years Of Three-dimensional Mapmaking.
Princeton Architectural Press, 1999. 1568981953 / 9781568981956 First Edition. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Very good condition. 
Traces the age-old quest of mapmakers to represent a three-dimensional planet on a two-dimensional canvas. Includes 3-D glasses to examine the Earth and beyond with an accuracy and clarity undreamed of even a generation ago. 
Price: 113.29 USD
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6 BARBER, PETER. London: A History In Maps.
British Library, London: 2012. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
Over the past two thousand years London has developed from a small town, fitting snugly within its walls, into one of the world's largest and most dynamic cities. This beautifully illustrated book charts that growth and the city's transformation through hundreds of maps culled from the collection of the British Library's Map Library. Utilitarian maps show the city as it is and serve to elucidate its inner workings, while carefully wrought plans show the city as it was envisioned—whether those plans were executed or not. The maps and panoramas collected here are more than topographical records. They all convey unique insight into the concerns, assumptions, ambitions, and prejudices of Londoners at the time the maps were created. In addition to offering readers a tour of London past and present, this book reveals the inside story of the creation, growth, and change of one of the world's greatest cities. Peter Barber is head of map collections at the British Library.. "[E]ndlessly absorbing. . . . [A] skillful balance between the city's shape-shifting actuality and the various fantasies, cherished by everybody from Christopher Wren to the Luftwaffe, of what the place, with a few crucial tweaks, might become." -- Times Literary Supplement "With each page, we witness London's horizontal and vertical expansion. The collected work of London's cartographers shows urban mass as a living entity, pushing forever outward. In its entirety, Mr. Barber's book captures this energy and sense of organic growth. . . . This is a coffee table book that deserves to be read and studied. . . . [A] beautiful and engaging book." --Darren Richard Carlaw, New York Journal of Books "Highly recommended." -- W. S. Rodner, Tidewater Community College, Choice 
Price: 42.75 USD
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7 CORPS OF ENGINEERS, U. S. ARMY. Charts Of The Illinois Waterway.
Office of the District Engineer, United States Army, Chicago: September 1951. s Softcover. Reading copy. Covers are worn and stained. 
Provides very detailed maps of the Illinois Waterway including the Illinois River from the Mississippi River at Grafton, Illinois to Lake Michigan at Chicago and Calumet Harbors. 
Price: 84.79 USD
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8 DEGN, OLE. Scandinavian Atlas Of Historic Towns No. 3: Denmark, Ribe 1500-1950.
Odense University Press, Odense: 1983. 8774924273 / 9788774924272 First edition (unstated). h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Good condition. 
Prepared under the auspices of the Danish Committee for Urban History. Text is in both English and Danish. 
Price: 171.95 USD
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9 DELF, BRIAN (ILLUSTRATIONS). Rand Mcnally Picture Atlas Of The World.
Rand McNally & Company, Chicago: 1991. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Good condition. 
An exciting picture atlas, ceated specially for young peopl, packed with beautiful pictorial maps, color photographs, and a wealth of fascinating facts. 
Price: 3.94 USD
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10 EDITORS OF MAPEASY GUIDES. Mapeasy's Guidemap To Washington D. C.
Mapeasy Inc., Amagansett. s Softcover. Good condition. 
Mapeasy is a combination guidebook and location map in one! It is easy to use and fun! Our color coded system shows you where hotels, restaurants, retail shops, and attractions are actually located. 
Price: 6.18 USD
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11 FOX, EDWARD WHITING (EDITOR). Atlas Of American History.
Oxford University Press, New York: 1964. s Softcover. Good condition. 
A book that depicts the continents of the world with their topographical features as well as certain specific well-known cities. It covers areas of the United States through different wars. 
Price: 14.25 USD
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12 GEORGE PHILIP & SON LTD. Shell Road Atlas: Great Britain, With Special London Section.
George Philip & Son Ltd., London: 1974. 0540052760 / 9780540052769 First Edition. h Hardcover, no dustjacket. Very good reading copy 
Detailed road atlas of Great Britain with a special section on London. Includes 88 color maps and an Index. 
Price: 7.13 USD
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13 GESTEL, PAULA VAN; KAASHOEK, JOOP; VAN DER ZWAN, HANS; SCHIPPER, HENK; POELIJOE, ROB & MOLENAAR, JAAP. Maps In Books Of Russia And Poland: Published In The Netherlands To 1800.
HES & DE GRAAF, Houten: 2011. Part 13 of the Utrecht Studies on the History of Cartography. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
This publication originated from a decision to embark on researching maps in books. Maps in Books of Russia and Poland is a unique combination of maps, plans, and views that concerns the historical and geographical works of Russia and Poland published in the Netherlands prior to 1800. Both maps and books are elaborately described, analyzed and indexed; much attention has also been given to the authors, engravers and publishers. Subdividing the maps according to their regions, this book brings to light the specific interrelation between the various works by differing authors. The comprehensive introduction describes the history of Russia and Poland from various points of view for specific subjects and comes richly illustrated with over 100 images. The cartobibliography contains illustrations for each of the 700 maps described and the bibliography features a large number of title pages and portraits. A large folding view of the city of Moscow (12 x 72 inches) by Cornelis de Bruijn (1711) has been added in facsimile at the back of this publication. Summaries in Russian and Polish complete this publication. This unusual combination of research objectives should appeal to map and book historians and collectors alike. Maps in books of Russia and Poland is part 13 of the Utrecht Studies on the History of Cartography. The series has been prepared under the direction of the Research Program URU-Explokart of the University Utrecht and is aimed at both researchers and laymen with an interest in these matters. 
Price: 247.00 USD
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14 HARVEY, P. D. A. Medieval Maps Of The Holy Land.
British Library, London:2012. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
This study examines the eight known medieval regional maps of the Holy Land. Interesting, picturesque, and often colorful, these maps provide great insight into how the Holy Land was perceived by Western Europe in the age of the Crusades. Many of the surviving copies and fragments from the period are reproduced here for the first time, including three large maps that are among medieval Europe's finest cartographic monuments. In the course of this study P. D. A. Harvey, a leading historian of medieval maps, undertook detailed detective work that revealed many new discoveries, such as two maps hidden behind newer renditions, a map that was transformed into an erotic fantasy by a nineteenth-century forger, and information about the origin of a mysterious grid pattern on some of the maps. The research and illustrations presented in Medieval Maps of the Holy Land constitute an important contribution to the studies of medieval culture, early mapping, and crusading Europe. "[C]ogently organized, richly illustrated . . . and pithily written, offering nothing less than a journey to the centre of the earth, as it was once conceived." --Anthony Bale, Times Literary Supplement 
Price: 95.00 USD
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15 HODGKISS, A. G. Maps For Books And Theses.
Pica Press, New York: 1970. 0876637055 / 9780876637050 h Hardcover with dustjacket. Fair condition. 

Price: 37.76 USD
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16 KILESSOPOULOU, KATIA (CURATOR). Maps And Engravings Of Macedonia: 15th - 19th Centuries.
City of Thessaloniki - Municipal Art Gallery, Thessaloniki: 1992. Second Enlarged Edition. s Softcover. New. 
A catalogue of the works exhibited from the collections of Savvas Demerdzis and Yannis Eftyhiadis. Contains numerous, full page color illustrations of the maps exhibited. 
Price: 90.73 USD
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17 MAKOWER, JOEL (EDITOR); BERGHEIM, LAURA (ASSOCIATE EDITOR). The Map Catalog: Every Kind Of Map And Chart On Earth And Even Some Above It.
Tilden Press Book, New York 1986. 0394746147 / 9780394746142 s Softcover. Good condition. 

Price: 4.51 USD
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18 MCCORKLE, BARBARA BACKUS; DAHL, EDWARD H. (FOREWORD) . New England In Early Printed Maps: 1513 To 1800 - An Illustrated Carto-bibliography.
Distributed for the John Carter Brown Library, Providence by Oak Knoll Press, New Castle: 2001. 091661753X / 9780916617530 Limited Edition of 1,000 copies. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
As the first comprehensive, fully descriptive list of the printed maps of New England prior to 1800, this volume documents every effort to depict the area cartographically, including maps printed in the Netherlands, France, Germany, and Italy, as well as English and American maps. Designed to be a practical reference tool for historians, collectors, antiquarian map dealers and all lovers of early cartography, it offers descriptions of over 800 maps. With 455 black and white illustrations, quick visual identification of specific areas is possible. Includes indexes by title, by persons associated with the creation of the map, an annotated bibliography and a listing of individual state maps. 
Price: 175.75 USD
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19 PFLEDERER, RICHARD. Finding Their Way At Sea: The Story Of Portolan Charts, The Cartograhers Who Drew Them And The Mariners Who Sailed By Them.
HES & DE GRAAF: 2012. h Hardcover with dustjacket. Brand new book. 
The story of sea charts, of manuscript portolan charts in particular, is a story intimately intertwined with the history of the western world during some of the most significant and eventful periods of recorded history. Through these astonishingly beautiful and functional charts, we can trace developments in trade and warfare, exploration and colonial domination from the late medieval period thrugh the Renaissance and into the Age of European Enlightenment. Featuring approximately 100 full-clor illustrations, the book traces the history of these charts from their introduction in the late thirteenth century to their supplantation in the eighteenth century by their cheaper, printed cousins. 
Price: 66.22 USD
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20 SMITS, JAN. Petermanns Maps: Cartobibliography Of The Maps In petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen, 1855-1945.
HES & DE GRAAF, t Goy-Houten: 2004. The Utrecht Studies on the History of Cartography Series - Volume III. h Hardcover with dustjacket plus DC-ROM. Brand new book. 
Petermann's Maps focuses on the maps published in the famous German journal Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen. This journal, which still exists today, greatly influenced the development of scientific geography and cartography in Germany in the nineteenth century. Numerous articles have been published by recognized experts in this field, along with a multitude of illustrations, including maps, prints and photographs. The journal developed into an important publication, setting the standard in the history of the great expeditions and discoveries, and European colonial matters. Petermann's Maps contains a bibliography of over 3400 maps, the complete series of maps published in Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen between the year of its foundation, 1855, to the end of the Second World War. Besides the bibliography 160 of the most attractive geographical and thematic colored maps are included in Petermann's Maps. These maps can also be viewed on the CD-ROM accompanying the book. An extensive introduction precedes the cartobibliography proper, placing Petermanns Geographische Mitteilungen in its historical context. The introduction describes the history of geography from the eighteenth century onwards, outlining the development of the study of the science of cartography in Germany. The major role the founder of the journal, Augustus Petermann (1822-1878), and the publishing house Justus Perthes in Gotha played in these developments is discussed at length. The author, Jan Smits, has been in charge of the map collection of the Royal Library at The Hague since 1979. The series The Utrecht Studies on the History of Cartography in which Petermann's Maps appears as volume III, has been prepared under the direction of the Research Program Explokart of the University of Utrecht and is aimed at both researchers and laymen with an interest in these matters. 
Price: 218.50 USD
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