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This is a fascinating example of the 1850 Justus Perthes physical map of Germany and its neighboring countries. It covers from Denmark to the northern part of Italy and includes the modern day countries of Germany, Netherlands, Belgium, Czech Republic, Austria, Switzerland, Slovenia, Croatia and parts of France, Poland and Italy. Map is highly detailed with both political and physical data. Various mountains, rivers and an assortment of additional topographical details are noted. Cities are identified via letter codes and a table at the base of the map. Unlike other cartographic publishers of the period, the Justus Perthes firm did not transition to lithographic printing techniques. Instead, all of their maps are copper plate engravings and hence offer a level of character and depth of detail that was impossible to find in lithography or wain x-process engraving. All text is in German. Issued as plate no. 18 in the 1854 edition of Stieler's Hand-Atlas.
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