A New and Correct Map of the World Projected. . . , Charles Price (London, 1714)

A New and Correct Map of the World Projected upon thePlane of the Horizon Laid Down from the Newest Discoveriesand Most Exact Observations.

Hand-colored copper engraving by Charles Price (London, 1714).

Courtesy of the Osher Map Library, University of Southern Maine.


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