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Gotthard, A.
Braunschweig Herzogthum.
1860
World Atlas
Authors Gotthard, A.
Full Title Herzogthum Braunschweig. (with) Plan von Braunschweig. (with) Plan von Wolfenbuttel. (with) Die Schlessische Standesherrschaft Herzogh. Oels. (with Umgebung von Thedinghausen). Gezeichnet v. A. Gotthard. Stich, Druck und Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts in Hildburghausen, (1860)
Note Engraved map. Boundaries of administrative divisions hand col. Relief shown by hachures. Includes 4 inset maps. Prime meridians: Paris and Ferro. "Meyer's Handatlas No. 151."
Gotthard, A.
Der Harz.
1852
World Atlas
Authors Gotthard, A.
Full Title Der Harz. Gezeichnet v. Prem. Leutn. Gotthardt. 1852. Stich, Druck und Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts in Hildburghausen, (1860)
Note Engraved map. Boundaries of administrative divisions hand col. Relief shown by hachures and spot heights. Includes inset maps of the Wernigerode, Ilsenburg, Blanken, Elbingerode, Goslar, Zellerfeld-Clausthal, Brocken and Harzegerode-Ballenstedt regions, and a profile. Prime meridian: Paris. "Meyer's Handatlas No. 142."
Gotthard, A.
Oldenburg Grossherzogthum.
1851
World Atlas
Authors Gotthard, A.
Full Title Grossherzogthum Oldenburg und Gebiet der freien Stadt Bremen. Entworfen u. gezeichnet v. A. Gotthard, Ingen. Lieut., 1851. (with Bremerhaven). (with) Bremen. (with) Oldenburg. W. Feuerstein sc. Stahlstich, Druck u. Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts in Hildburghausen, (1860)
Note Engraved map. Boundaries of administrative divisions hand col. Includes 3 inset maps. Prime meridian: Paris. "Meyer's Handatlas No. 135."
Gotthard, A.
Sachsen.
1852
World Atlas
Authors Gotthard, A.
Full Title Preussische Provinz Sachsen, 1852. (with) Plan von Halle. (with) Plan von Magdeburg. (with) Plan von Erfurt. (with Umgebung von Torgau). Gotthard gez. Gest. v. August Madel. Stich, Druck u. Verlag des Bibliograph. Instituts in Hildburghausen, (1860)
Note Engraved map. Administrative boundaries hand col. Relief shown by hachures. "Meyer's Handatlas No. 143." Prime meridian: Ferro.
Gotthard, A.
Schleswig.
1852
World Atlas
Authors Gotthard, A.
Full Title Herzogthum Schleswig. 1852. Entworfen u. gezeichnet vom Ingen. Lieut. Gotthard. Gestochen von August Madel. Stich, Druck u. Verlag des Bibliograph. Instituts in Hildburghausen, (1860)
Note Engraved map. Administrative boundaries hand col. Relief shown by spot heights. Includes inset maps of the city of Schleswig, Friedrichsort, and Fehmern. "Meyer's Handatlas No. 138." Prime meridians: Paris and Ferro.
Meyer, Joseph, 1796-1856
Cover: Grosser Hand-Atlas.
1860
World Atlas
Authors Meyer, Joseph, 1796-1856
Full Title (Covers to) Grosser Hand-Atlas uber alle Theile der Erde in 170 Karten. Herausgegeben von J. Meyer. Hildburghausen Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts. (1860)
Note This is Meyer's grandest production, a real tour de force that has fifty maps of the Americas including thirty three maps that are derived from the Tanner/Mitchell Universal atlas maps of the various U.S. States and Territories, Canada, and South America and are dated from 1844 to 1854 (with most dated 1844 or 1845). Many of the maps in this atlas have Philadelphia as a place of publication (along with several other cities) indicating that there may have been an arrangement with Tanner and/or Mitchell to copy the maps. The U.S. maps dated 1844-46 all appear to derive from a late 1830s edition of Tanner's Universal atlas. Those dated from 1850-54 derive from the Mitchell and Thomas Cowperthwait issues of the Universal atlas from 1850-54. Espenhorst lists a separate atlas (3.3.3) published in 1860 with these U.S. maps only, titled "Grosse und vollstandiger Auswanderungs-Atlas fur Nordamerika." The Iowa, Wisconsin, and Texas maps are not copied from the Universal atlas, but all the others are almost exact copies and it is strange that no credit is given to Tanner or Mitchell. Notwithstanding that, the copies are beautifully done and in some cases (the California map adds an inset of San Francisco Bay not on the Mitchell version) superior to the American originals. Wheat misses the Tanner/Mitchell derivation in the two maps he cites. The other maps in the atlas are all superbly engraved and the city maps have exquisite views -- all combining to make this the finest German atlas of the mid 19th century. Full and outline hand coloring. Maps are bound in half leather marbled boards with "Meyer's Grosser Hand-Atlas aller Theile der Erde." stamped on the spine in gilt. Scarce.
Meyer, Joseph, 1796-1856
Title Page: Grosser Hand-Atl …
1860
World Atlas
Authors Meyer, Joseph, 1796-1856
Full Title (Title Page to) Grosser Hand-Atlas uber alle Theile der Erde in 170 Karten. Herausgegeben von J. Meyer. Hildburghausen Verlag des Bibliographischen Instituts. (1860)
Note This is Meyer's grandest production, a real tour de force that has fifty maps of the Americas including thirty three maps that are derived from the Tanner/Mitchell Universal atlas maps of the various U.S. States and Territories, Canada, and South America and are dated from 1844 to 1854 (with most dated 1844 or 1845). Many of the maps in this atlas have Philadelphia as a place of publication (along with several other cities) indicating that there may have been an arrangement with Tanner and/or Mitchell to copy the maps. The U.S. maps dated 1844-46 all appear to derive from a late 1830s edition of Tanner's Universal atlas. Those dated from 1850-54 derive from the Mitchell and Thomas Cowperthwait issues of the Universal atlas from 1850-54. Espenhorst lists a separate atlas (3.3.3) published in 1860 with these U.S. maps only, titled "Grosse und vollstandiger Auswanderungs-Atlas fur Nordamerika." The Iowa, Wisconsin, and Texas maps are not copied from the Universal atlas, but all the others are almost exact copies and it is strange that no credit is given to Tanner or Mitchell. Notwithstanding that, the copies are beautifully done and in some cases (the California map adds an inset of San Francisco Bay not on the Mitchell version) superior to the American originals. Wheat misses the Tanner/Mitchell derivation in the two maps he cites. The other maps in the atlas are all superbly engraved and the city maps have exquisite views -- all combining to make this the finest German atlas of the mid 19th century. Full and outline hand coloring. Maps are bound in half leather marbled boards with "Meyer's Grosser Hand-Atlas aller Theile der Erde." stamped on the spine in gilt. Scarce.
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