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Imago Mundi

June 26, 2016

Imago Mundi, Journal of History of Cartography; Volume I (1935) to Volume 57, Part 2 (2005). All original editions except Volume XIII which is the 1965 reprint. All very good to fine.

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Vol. I (1935, Berlin); Vol. II (1937, London); Vol. III (1939, London); Vol IV.(1947) through XIII (1957), Stockholm); Volume XIV and XV Mouton & Co., ‘S-Gravenhage; Volume I to Volume XV edited by Leo Bagrow. Volume XVI (1962) to XXVI (1972) Nico Israel, Amsterdam; Volume XXVII (1975) to XXXV Lympne Castle; XXXVI (1984) to LVII, Part 2 (2005) London. Volumes I to XXVI cream stiff printed paper wrappers. Volume XXVII to Blue paper covered boards with gilt lettering and decorations, Volumes to LVII, part 2 blue printed stiff paper wrappers. Most issues well over 150 pages heavily illustrated often with folding maps and illustrations, all 29 x 20.5 cm.

This is the premier publication on the history of cartography with important articles and other information in each issue. Complete runs of any length are extremely rare. $5,000.

 

 

 

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