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The Earth and its inhabitants / [Carl Johann Sigmund Bauer]
Bib ID 3766108
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline
Author
Bauer, Carl Johann Sigmund, 1780-1857
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale not given (W 180°00'--E 180°00'/N 90°00'--S 90°00'). 
Description [Nuremberg, Germany : Carl Johann Sigmund Bauer, 1830-1840?] 
1 globe : hand col., paper gores over core ; 4.3 cm. in diam., in box 5.6 x 6.2 cm. + 1 folded strip (4.7 x 137.0 cm.) 
Notes

Miniature terrestrial globe with a folding hand-coloured engraving of the peoples of the world in their native costumes with titles in English, French and German. Attributed to a member of the Bauer family of whom three were Nuremberg mapmakers active from the late 18th century through 1857. Australia is shown as New Holland and Tasmania is drawn as an island.

Title taken from box lid.

Accompanied by a hand coloured fold-out affixed to bottom of the box, showing male costumes of 32 national or ethnic groups around the world.

Also available online http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-230035093

Text in English, French and German.

Subjects Ethnic costume.  |  Costume.  |  Earth (Planet) -- Maps.  |  World maps.
Time Coverage 1830-1840 
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300 |a1 globe :|bhand col., paper gores over core ;|c4.3 cm. in diam., in box 5.6 x 6.2 cm. +|e1 folded strip (4.7 x 137.0 cm.)
500 |aMiniature terrestrial globe with a folding hand-coloured engraving of the peoples of the world in their native costumes with titles in English, French and German. Attributed to a member of the Bauer family of whom three were Nuremberg mapmakers active from the late 18th century through 1857. Australia is shown as New Holland and Tasmania is drawn as an island.
500 |aTitle taken from box lid.
500 |aAccompanied by a hand coloured fold-out affixed to bottom of the box, showing male costumes of 32 national or ethnic groups around the world.
530 |aAlso available online|uhttp://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-230035093
546 |aText in English, French and German.
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650 0 |aCostume.
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651 0 |aWorld maps.
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856 4 1 |zNational Library of Australia digitised item|uhttp://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-230035093|xfulltext
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