Deliniatio cartae trium navigationum per Batavos auctore Wilhelmo Bernardo ; Cornelius Nicolai excudebat ; Baptista a Doetechum sculp. Ao. 1598.

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Deliniatio cartae trium navigationum per Batavos auctore Wilhelmo Bernardo ; Cornelius Nicolai excudebat ; Baptista a Doetechum sculp. Ao. 1598.
Published
[Amsterdam] : Cornelius Nicolai, excudebat, 1598.
Description
1 map ; 42 x 57 cm.
Map Data
Scale ca. 1:14 000 000 (W 172°05'00"--W 172°05'00"/N 81°15'00"--N 49°27'00").
Coded Cartographic Mathematical Data
a 14000000 W1720500 W1720500 N0811500 N0492700
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Accession no. 7108.
Scan Date
2012-02-01
Record No.
006858587

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006858587
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"Deliniatio cartae trium navigationum per Batavos auctore Wilhelmo Bernardo ; Cornelius Nicolai excudebat ; Baptista a Doetechum sculp. Ao. 1598.". https://quod.lib.umich.edu/c/clark1ic/x-006858587/39015091199631. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed September 28, 2022.