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Imago mundi
Bib ID 2269832
Format JournalJournal, OnlineOnline
Online Versions
Description Berlin : [Selbstverlag des Bibliographikon, 1935- 
v. : ill. ; 30 cm. 
ISSN 0308-5694 
Numbering Note None published for 1936, 1938, 1940-46, 1958, 1961, 1973-74.  Vols for 1975- also called 2d series, vol. 1- 
Notes

Published: 'S-Gravenhage : Mouton, <1960-> ; Lympne Castle, Kent : Imago Mundi Ltd., <1975->

Editors: 1935- Leo Bagrow, with Hans Wertheim, 1935; Edward Lynam, 1937-

Includes bibliographical material.

English, German, and French.

Vol. 1 in German only; Vol. 2 in English only.

Journal of the International Society for the History of Cartography, 1975-

Cited In

GeoRef

Life Dates 1 (1935)- 
Frequency Annual 
Index/Finding Aid Note Vols. 1 (1935)-10 (1953), in vol. 10 ; v. 11 (1954)-20 (1966), in vol. 20 ; v. 21 (1967)-40 (1988). 1 v. 
Subjects Cartography - Periodicals.  |  Early maps - Periodicals.  |  Cartographie - Periodiques.  |  Cartes anciennes - Periodiques.
Other authors/contributors International Society for the History of Cartography
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Imago mvndi


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