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Huang chao yi tong yu di quan tu [cartographic material] / [Dong Fangli fang hui]
皇朝壹統輿地全圖 [cartographic material] / [董方立仿繪]
Bib ID 2055303
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Dong, Fangli
董方立
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale indeterminable. 
Description Yanghu : Zhi shu shu, Daoguang 12 [1832] 
陽湖 : 志書塾, 道光12 [1832] 
[3] p., 47 maps ; 33 x 44 cm. 
Series

London Missionary Society map collection.

Notes

Maps of China.

Relief shown pictorially.

In Chinese.

Special collection from London Missionary Society.

MAP LMS 640 copy Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-230562425

Subjects China -- Maps.
Exhibited Exhibited: "Xanadu: Encounters with China", National Library of Australia, 19 August to 14 November 2004. 

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