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A new terrestrial globe [cartographic material] / by Nath. Hill 1754
Bib ID 6104211
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Hill, Nathaniel, 1708-1768
 
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Scale Scale [ca. 1:18,000,000] (W 180⁰--E 180⁰/N 90⁰--S 90⁰). 
Description [London : N. Hill?], 1754 
1 globe : col., copper engraved gores over papier mache and plaster sphere, varnished ; 7 cm. in diam., in case 7.5 cm. in diam. 
Notes

Terrestrial pocket globe showing the tracks of Anson's voyage, 1740-1744. Australia is drawn according to the Dutch discoveries and named New Holland.

Wooden concave case in two parts covered with black sharkskin and lined with celestial maps of the northern and southern sky.

Also available online: http://nla.gov.au/nla.map-vn6104211

Subjects Anson, George Anson, - Baron, - 1697-1762 - Travel.  |  Voyages and travels.  |  Globes - Early works to 1800.
Time Coverage 1754 
Form/genre Gores (Maps).  |  Celestial charts.

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