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    John Speed. The Kingdome of China. Newly augmented by I. S. London: To be sold... by G. Humble, 1626. Map of Eastern Asia. One sheet, two pages (16.25 x 21.25 inches; 413 x 538 mm.). Uncolored. Middle fold repaired with some slight discoloration; small chip at head. Some minor edge wear with chipping to left side, corners. Further mended tears, chips visible at verso. Minor age toning, particularly at margins. With English text on verso. Depicts China, Korea and Japan. With city views of Macau and "Quinzay" at top along with two scenes: Chinese riding in a land yacht and a Japanese crucifixion. Eight figures at the sides of the map depict locals in their customary dress. With some annotations on the surface of the continent.

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    September, 2018
    13th Thursday
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