A mapp or generall carte of the world designed in two hemispheres

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Description

Type of resource cartographic
Extent 1 map ; 2 hemispheres each 26 cm. in diam., on sheet 42.5 x 54.7 cm.
Place England
Place [London
Publisher s.n.
Publication date 1670; 1670]
Issuance monographic
Language English
Map data Scale [ca. 1:80,000,000] ; W 180°--E 180°/N 90°--S 90°

Creators/Contributors

Associated with Blome, Richard, -1705
Associated with Sanson, Nicolas, 1600-1667

Subjects

Subject World maps > Early works to 1800
Genre Map
Genre Early maps
Genre Digital maps
Genre Maps

Bibliographic information

Statement of responsibility by Monsieur Sanson ... ; rendered into English ... by Richard Blome.
Note California shown as a labeled island with "C Mendocino" shown.
Note Map of the world in the time of Charles II with relief shown pictorially.
Note Includes decorative cartouche with dedication at bottom between the hemispheres, a crest at top, and floral motifs.
Note "This mapp in all humility is dedicated by Your Majesties obedient subject and servant Richard Blome."
Location
Location https://purl.stanford.edu/zt513vn0857

Access conditions

Use and reproduction
Image from the Glen McLaughlin Map Collection of California as an Island courtesy Stanford University Libraries. This item is in the public domain. There are no restrictions on use. If you have questions, please contact the David Rumsey Map Center at rumseymapcenter@stanford.edu.
Copyright
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License
This work has been identified as being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights (Public Domain Mark 1.0).

Collection

The Glen McLaughlin Map Collection of California as an Island

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