London, South Kensington
16 February 2006
SCHICKHARD, Wilhelm (1592-1635). Kurtze Anweisung wie künstliche Landtafeln aus rechtem Grund zu machen und die bis her begangne Irrthumb zu verbessern. Tübingen: Johann Georg Cotta, 1669. 4° (200 x 159mm). Woodcut of an armillary sphere on title, one folding engraved plate at end (lightly and evenly browned). Modern wrappers.
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