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Atlases Cellarius, Christoph Notitia orbis antiqui, sive geographia plenior. 3 parts in 2 volumes. With engraved portrait, 4 engraved. Vignettes, 1 table and 33 partly colored double-page copper maps. Leipzig, Gleditsch, 1701-06. Four degrees. Full leather volumes of the time with rich spine gilding and spine label. (somewhat rubbed, joints torn). First edition. - Brunet I, 1724 - ADB 4,80 honours the scientist, who died in 1707, as the "first teacher" of geography and history. - The maps with border colour and coloured cartouches. - With maps of Spain, Greece, France, Belgium, Holland, Germany, Italy, Asia Minor, Arabia, Persia, North Africa, the Alps, the Bosporus, Albania, Syria, Palestine, Mesopotamia, Babylon, Egypt, Libya, Ethiopia, etc. - Notes on fly-leaves, throughout somewhat browned, partly a little bit foxed, few maps colored with some carbon copy. Contemp. full leather volumes with rich back gilding and back shield. [slightly rubbed, joints torn] With engraved portrait, 4 engraved. vignettes, 1 chart and 33 partly colored double-page copper maps. - Notes on endpapers, throughout a little bit browned, partly a little bit foxed, few cards colored with a little carbon copy. *

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