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Nova & accuratissima totius terrarum orbis tabula nautica variationum magneticarum index juxta observationes Anno 1700 habitas
- Halley, Edmond, 1656-1742
- Te Amsterdam : By R. & I. Ottens, [between 1725 and 1750]
Map of the world showing lines of magnetic variation. Relief shown by isolines. Inset: Polar projection [North Pole] W 90*00'--E 90*00'. Part of the Eastern sheet repeated on the West. Numbered "52" in right bottom corner, possibly plate from the Atlas Minor issued by R. & J. Ottens during 1725-50. Map lacks note "Cap de la Circoncision ontdekt den 1 January 1739" which appears on a later edition.
- World maps—Early works to 1800 and World maps—1725
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- B-South 7, drawer 2, 6362154
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