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n.p. [194-]. 31x41 inch depiction of Guilin, a city in southern China's Guangxi region, comprised of two sheets taped together, dated 1934 under the key (stated second printing of a 1933 map). However, this is a WWII-era US military reproduction of the Chinese original, with a rubberstamp indicating that the.....
Hertfordshire, England: Map Collector Publications, 1980-1996. Magazine. Various pagination, 33 issues of this monthly, glossy covers and heavily illustrated with photos, maps and drawings, issues present are beginning in 1980 Nos. 13, 14, 18, 21, 23, 26, 26-32, 35-38, 40-48, 56, 57, 64, 70-74.
[Bangkok]: [Royal Institute], 1961. Nine folded maps of Thailand bound between pebbled green covers with gilt titles; bound with cord. Boards are mildly worn, more so at upper right corner; the maps are generally in very good condition, with occasional corner splits at folds. All text in Thai.
Shanghai: Kangjian shuju, 1941. [122p.], slender pocket-sized wartime atlas with stiff cloth covers, 3.5x5.25 inches; spine sun-faded, otherwise very good. Each two-page map is accompanied by a textual summary about the depicted location, printed in tiny font. At this time Mongolia was still claimed as a province, while Taiwan was.....
London: T. Nelson and Sons, 1882. xii, 323p., thin cloth boards, 5x7.25 inches, maps, lacking the large color map of the island, edges, half-title, title page, and table of contents lightly foxed, offsetting to free front endpaper, contemporary owner's name and date penned on free front endpaper.
Utrecht: Hes & de Graaf Publishers, 2010. 513p., a gloriously large, lavish production even for would-be readers ignorant of the Dutch language. Two hundred years' worth of navigation charts gotten up in colors (or whatever is called for) with much of the visual as well as intrinsic interest of full-scale.....
London: Argonaut Press, 1927. Hardcover. 287p., illustrated (all present including two fold out illustrations [facing pages 212 and 216.] Number 126 of 975 copies, so noted at colophon. Covers soiled as is the somewhat dulled spine. Front cover has blind stamped decoration highlighted in gilt. Inward bend to corners. Front.....
Amsterdam: Rijksmuseum 'Nederlands Scheepvaartmuseum', 1992. Paperback. 83p., illustrated with numerous b&w and full-color reproductions, softbound in 8x8.5 inch glossy pictorial wraps. Please note, the text is entirely in the Dutch language. A nice crisp clean copy, small spot of wear to cover's foredge else entirely sound.
London: Angus and Robertson, 1964. Hardcover. xvi, 318p., cloth-covered boards, 5.5x8.75 inches, map endpapers, illus., maps, corners bumped, bookstore label on verso of free front endpaper else very good condition in an edgeworn and price clipped dj. First British edition. Cover subtitle: The Batavia Mutiny.
Washington DC: Library of Congress, 2007. Hardcover. xxii, 236p., top of the line book production, sensitive color reproductions, captioned amidst a running text, hardbound in 12.5x9.5 inch openweave cloth boards gilt and laminated color dust jacket. As new, perfectly sound, clean and unmarked. The cartography element of Kislak's gift is.....
Havana: Instituto Cubano de Geodesia y Cartografía, 1979. Hardcover. 143p. (color plates, entirely a variety of maps), and unpaginated prolog and extensive index. Maps are both topographical and diagrammatic, a brilliant production. Hardbound in large oblong cloth casing titled in gilt, 10x13.5 inches, edgeworn along the bottom and all corners.....
Roma: Istituto Poligrafico e Zecca Dello Stato Libreria Dello Stato, 1997. Hardcover. 216p., an expensively gotten-up production courtesy government monies, dozens of very crisp clean folding color reproductions (of maps: in color, sepia, whatever is called for). Folio hardbound, 12x8 inch buff papered boards overprinted in sepia (map element) and.....