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    Theodore de Bry. America sive novus orbis respect europaeorum inferior globi terrestris pars. Frankfurt: 1596. Map of the Americas. Single sheet, colored (13.625 x 16.25 inches; 345 x 413 mm.). A handful of soft creases running vertical length of map; darkening to middle. Some mild edge wear, uneven trimming, leaving left margin rather narrow. Toning to upper edge. Mended tear to left edge. General age toning. Several tape mends to top edge of verso. Very good. Portrait of early explorer in each corner of map: Columbus, Magellan, Vespucci and Pizarro.

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    September, 2018
    13th Thursday
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