California shown as large island on map of polar projection (bottom center). On banner above map: Nulla dies abeat, quin linea ducta supersit. Another example observed with Johannes Georgio Eberspergerg fecit (below map). Probably cut from a title page of this atlas series. Also issued without banner and with minor changes as center of clock on sheet with text (see Entry 208) Tooley/Mapmakers (Plate, p.309), Tooley/107 (Plate 51). Includes bibliographical references (p. xv-xvi) and indexes. 1711, as State 2 with minor changes to text and new date. Glen McLaughlin with Nancy H. Mayo.
The Glen McLaughlin Map Collection of California as an Island
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