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Regni sinae vel sinae propriae, mappa et descriptio geographica ex mappis particularibus quas sinarum rex Canghi opera patrum missionariorum e S.I. in provincias regni universi eius rei gratia ablegatorum concinnari fecit perfecta publicoque primum communicata in opere magnificentissimo R.P. du Halde et ab Anvillaeo Gall., Reg. Geographo, in compendiosiorem hanc formam reducta nunc secundam magis legitimas projectionis stereographicae leges reformata studio Ioh. Matth. Hasii, Math. P.P.
- Hase, Johann Matthias, 1684-1742
- [Nuremberg] : Impensis Homanianorum Heredum, [1750?]
Relief shown pictorially. Prime meridians: Peking and Nuremberg. Includes ill. Historic Maps copy 2 uncolored; ms. annotations in red ink, some in Chinese characters.
- China—Maps—Early works to 1800 and Maps—China—1750
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