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Bankoku zenzu / Kurihara Nobuaki
萬國全圖 / 栗原信晃
Bib ID 7251404
Format MapMap, OnlineOnline [cartographic image, text, sheet]
Author
Kurihara, Nobuaki, -1869
栗原信晃, -1869
 
Online Versions
Scale Scale not given (W 180°00ʹ--E 180°00ʹ/N 90°00ʹ--S 90°00ʹ). 
Description Tōto [Edo] : [publisher not identified], Tenpō 9 [1838] 
1 map : colour ; 2 hemispheres each 27.7 cm in diameter, on sheet 37.1 x 151.5 cm 
Notes

Double hemispherical map of the world.

Title from title slip mounted on cover.

Wood block print.

Scroll map.

Includes 4 insets, legend and decorative border.

Includes text on climate zones, and longitudes and latitudes.

Also available online https://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-1578627173

In Japanese.

Subjects World maps.
Time Coverage 1838 
Form/genre World maps.

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