5 December 2008
MOLL, Herman. A Set of Thirty-two New and Correct Maps of the Principal Parts of Europe, &c with the Great or Post-Roads, and Principal Cross-Roads, Done in the Year 1725, 1726 and 1727. [London: by the cartographer, N.d., ca 1730].
4o (218 x 170 mm). Double-page printed title. 32 double-page or folding engraved maps, colored in outline ("Map of the Whole World" repaired from behind, one or two short tears, a few pale stains). (Two small holes on title not affecting text.) Contemporary paneled goatskin, gilt (upper joint expertly repaired).
Including maps of America (1726) and the West Indies (1727). The basis for Moll's Atlas Minor 1729 (see Phillips 574). Not in Phillips, Atlases.
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