Titel: Monumenta cartographica Africae et Aegypti. ...
[Leiden, E.J. Brill for the author], 1939. 1 vol.  pp. (= pages 1384 - 1484), incl.  pages text. 6 tables (4 double-page) & 27 b./w. reproductions (17 double-page) of maps, map fragments, charts & and gores, each with captions. Gilt tooled full cloth bindings. Large folio. - Vignets on spine sl. dam; cover with minor shelfwear (lightly scratched).Scarce fourth part of the fourth volume of this extraordinary work on the evolution of cartography, reproducing the most important maps of the region. A complete set consists of 5 volumes in 16 parts. The first four volumes were edited by the eminent cartographer Frederick Caspar Wieder (1874-1943). The publication was undertaken and financed by the Egyptian prince, Yousouf Kamal. - Only 100 copies were issued which were not for sale. - Even single volumes are very rare on the market. Buchnummer des Verkäufers 269930
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