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    Theodor Gliemann. Haand-Atlas til Brug for Lærde-Borger og Almue-Skoler. Copenhagen: 1819.

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    Theodor Gliemann. Haand-Atlas til Brug for Lærde-Borger og Almue-Skoler. Tilligemed en udforlig statistisk Tabel. Copenhagen: C.C. Lose, 1819. Oblong quarto. 25 pages, recto only. Twenty-three single page hand-colored maps, title page and table. Brown card wrappers with titles printed on front. Wrappers heavily soiled; corners worn; edges water damaged, effecting wrappers and all pages; wrappers reinforced near spine. A good, complete copy.



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    September, 2018
    13th Thursday
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