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    [A. G. Mendocal and others]. Group of Twelve Atlases and Surveys. [Washington and other locations]: 1844-1949. Mixed editions, most firsts.

    More Information: A. G. Mendocal. Report of the S. Nicaragua Surveying Party, 1885. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1886. Presumed first edition. [Together with:] Samuel Butler, D. D. An Atlas of Antient Geography. Philadelphia: Lea & Blanchard, 1844. Early edition. [And:] William Galbraith. Plates Illustrating a New and Enlarged Edition of Ainslie's Treatise on Land-Surveying. Edinburgh and London: William Blackwood and Sons, [1849]. Presumed first issue of plates. [And:] Wilbur E. Garrett, editor. Historical Atlas of the United States. Washington, D. C.: National Geographic Society, 1988. "Centennial Edition." With additional folded pocket of maps. [And:] Charles W. Morse. The Diamond Atlas. With Descriptions of All Countries. The Eastern Hemisphere. New York: Samuel N. Gaston, 1857. First edition. [And:] Gary E. Moulton, editor. Atlas of the Lewis & Clark Expedition. Lincoln and London: University of Nebraska Press, 1983. First edition. [And:] Eugen Th. Rimli, editor. Neuer Welt-Atlas. Land und Wirtschaft aller Staaten. Zurich: Fraum├╝nster-Verlag, 1949. First or early edition. [And:] Edward Luther Stevenson, editor. [Visconte Maggiolo?] Atlas of Portolan Charts. Facsimile of Manuscript in British Museum. New York: The Hispanic Society of America, 1911. First facsimile edition. [And:] John T. Sullivan. Report of Historical and Technical Information Relating to the Problem of Interoceanic Communication by Way of the American Isthmus. Washington: Government Printing Office, 1883. Hardcover issue. [And:] [Unknown]. Atlas van Zeeland. Vervattende naauwkeurige kaarten van alle de eilanden. Vlissingen: Bikker Boeken; Scheidam: Interbook International, 1975. Facsimile reprint. [And:] [Unknown]. The Final Results of the Triangulation of the New York State Survey. Together with a Description of the Methods Employed. Albany, N. Y.: Weed, Parsons and Company, 1887. Presumed first edition, hardcover issue. [And:] [Unknown.] Yachtsman's Coast Pilot. Lake Erie. [No publication information, after 1938.] Presumed first edition. Twelve volumes. Octavo, quarto, large and small folio. Various paginations. Inserted maps, some folding, colored; plates; facsimiles. Most in original cloth stamped in blind and gilt, some color; one in calf. All edges trimmed. Shelf wear to bindings; some hinges split, a couple of boards completely detached. Some toning, scuffing to edges of text blocks. Scattered foxing and spot soiling to interiors of text blocks, particularly older volumes. Good to near fine.

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