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Maps: Finding Our Place in the World


Reference works. James R. Akerman (Editor), Robert W. Karrow Jr. (Editor) [Chicago, 2007]
Maps: Finding Our Place in the World .
11 1/4 x 8 3/4
"The book, which beautifully displays more than 180 maps and map-related objects, was produced in connection with the lavish exhibit of the same name. . . . The result is a meaty work that sweeps back and forth across the centuries and millenniums, spans the continents and ranges from the micro-details of a 19th Century London neighborhood to an ancient Aztec rendering of the cosmos." (Patrick T. Reardon Chicago Tribune 2007-12-30)
$55


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Maps and Mapping of Norway 1602-1855


Reference works. Ginsberg, William B [, 2009]
Maps and Mapping of Norway 1602-1855.
12 x 9 3/4
With this work, Ginsberg maintains his standard of painstaking research and beautiful presentation with this cartobibliography of Norway. Beautifully illustrated in full color. Hardcover, 317 pp.
$145


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Sea Charts of Norway, 1585-1812


Reference works. William B. Ginsberg [New York, 2012]
Sea Charts of Norway, 1585-1812.
12 x 9 3/4 inches
This work is dedicated entirely to sea charts of Norway from the 16th to early 19th century. Beautifully illustrated, Hardcover.
$145


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Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps


Reference works. Chet Van Duzer [, 2013]
Sea Monsters on Medieval and Renaissance Maps.
9 3/4 x 8 3/4
“Full of charming stories and cartographic detail, Chet Van Duzer’s book is an entertaining and rewarding book for general readers and a well-researched reference for scholars.” (Alessandro Scafi, Times Literary Supplement) Hardcover 144pp.
$45


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Manhattan in Maps


Reference works. Augustyn, Robert T. / Cohen, Paul E [New York, 2014]
Manhattan in Maps.
8 ½ x 11 inches
The new, updated, paperback edition of the classic work relating New York City’s history through its most important and interesting maps. Co-authored by one of the owners of Martayan Lan. Paperback, 151pp.
$29


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