Le Tour de Monde en un Clin d'Oeil. Supplement du numero du Monde du la 1er. Janvier 1876 - Dessin de M.M. Scott et Vierge, gravure de M. Meaulle. (on lower center) Monde illustre. Paris. Imprimerie typographique de A. Bourdilliat, 13 Quat Voltaire. - 3189. (on left and right lower corner of map) H. Scott. (and) Vierge(and) F. Mealle, Sc. (on upper margins) Se vend 1 france, y compris le numero du 1er Janvier. Bureaux: 13, quai Voltaire, 13, a Paris

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Description

Type of resource cartographic
Form unmediated; sheet
Extent 1 map ; 73 x 101 cm.
Place France
Place Paris
Publisher A. Bourdilliat
Publication date 1876; 1876
Issuance monographic
Language French
Map data Scale not given.

Creators/Contributors

Associated with Scott, M.M.
Associated with Meaulle, Fortune Louis (1844-1901).
Associated with Vierge, Daniel.

Subjects

Subject World maps > 19th century
Subject Pictorial maps > Maps > 19th century
Subject Bird's-eye views > 19th century
Genre Map
Genre Cartographic image
Genre Maps
Genre World maps.
Genre Pictorial maps.
Genre Aerial views.

Bibliographic information

Note Pictorial view of the world. Originally issued uncolored, color was added later. Map is projected as a view from space and details the world roughly from the Equator to the North Pole and from California to India. Flora, fauna, historic events, cultural artifacts, and indigenous people are represented pictorially. The Sargasso Sea is illustrated in the middle of the Atlantic. Includes inset views illustrate places and moments of special interest including mirages in the Pacific, a ship burning at sea, Niagara Falls, Chicago, oil wells, gold mining, Hindu cremation, Chinese Junks, Tuareg warriors, an avalanche, etc. also includes lists of the nations and maritime flags. Shows sketches of some 79 individuals in 'traditional costumes'. To either side of the main view are flags of major nations, sailing ships, volcanoes, and other imagery. Include an ice free polar sea north of Greenland labeled 'Mer Libre?' No doubt this is a nod to hopes that a Northwest Passage might still exist. Union Pacific and Trans-Atlantic shipping lanes are noted. The achievements of various explorers are noted in both Africa and the Arctic.
Note Separate Map.
Local note Pub list no.: 8030.000.
Location https://purl.stanford.edu/hw384dj4293
Location electronic resource

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