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Globe artificiel et mecanique a l'usage du petit geographe ... [cartographic material] / A. Legrand
Bib ID 3118729
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Legrand, Augustin
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale not given (W 180°--E 180°/N 90°--S 90°) 
Description [Paris : s.n., 1820] 
1 globe, 1 leaflet : col.; 12.4 cm. in diam., in fold-up container 19 cm. 
Full contents
  • Le globe artificiel
  • Description de la terre
  • Mécanisme du globe artificiel
  • Zodiaque écliptique.
 
Notes

Six-gore folding toy paper globe for children. Attached to the top and bottom points of the six panels are strings that tie together. To form the globe, small metal sleeve slide down the strings, with the resulting tension bowing the panels, 'inflating' the globe.

Container includes 8 pages of text.

Title from cover of container.

Prime meridian: Paris.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-rm3805

In French.

Cited In

Tooley's dictionary of mapmakers , rev. ed. , v. K-P, p. 110

Subjects Globes.  |  Geographical recreations.  |  World maps.  |  Children's maps.

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