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Diversi globi terr-aquei statione variante et visu intercedente, per coluros tropicorum, per ambos polos et particul. sphæræ zenith in planum delineati orthographici prospectus; quibus additæ, pro mutatione horizontis differentes sphæræ positiones earumque. Mutua cum circ. cœslestib. convenientia et relatio
- Seutter, Matthaeus, 1678-1756
- [Augsburg : Tobias Conrad Lotter, 1740]
Date of publication from Tooley. Relief shown pictorially. Double hemispherical map, with central hemispheres surrounded by eight smaller projections depicting world from various angles, and four smaller circular diagrams. From: Atlas minor ... Aug. Vind. [Augsburg] : Tobias Conrad Lotter, 
- World maps—Early works to 1800 and World maps—1740
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