Nova orbis tabvla in lvcem edita, a F. de Wit.

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Title
Nova orbis tabvla in lvcem edita, a F. de Wit.
Varying Form of Title
Nova orbis tabula
Published
[Amstelodami : de Wit, ca. 1670]
Description
1 map : hand col. ; 2 hemispheres 27 cm. in diam., on sheet 54 x 63 cm.
Note
Includes ancillary maps of north and south polar regions.
Scenes in 4 corners with images of the seasons, the elements and signs of the Zodiac.
Map Data
Scale [ca. 1:74,000,000] (W 180°00'00"--E 180°00'00"/N 90°00'00"--S 90°00'00").
Coded Cartographic Mathematical Data
a 74000000 W1800000 E1800000 N0900000 S0900000
Local note
Accession no. 7095.
Scan Date
2012-04-25
Record No.
002965440

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10648 x 8712
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Record
002965440
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