Korea Including an inset of Formosa.

Title: Korea Including an inset of Formosa.
Date: C1948
Artist: Herbert Edward Cooper Robinson (1857-1933)
Image Size: 1mm x 1mm (0.04" x 0.04")
Sheet Size: 1mm x 1mm (0.04" x 0.04")
Technique: Lithograph printed in colour.
Condition: In good condition, with folds as issued. Laid on archival linen.
Stock Number: ROBI 1802 ASI KOR (JHLY) (RW04-LF) (1)
Price: $A 850

Very detailed large scale map of Korea with two insets, one of Taiwan and another showing the region in the context of Australia. 


National Library of Australia: Bib ID2825244


Herbert Edward Cooper Robinson (1857-1933)

Robinson was a founder of the (Royal) Geographical Society of Australasia in 1885, a member of the Geographical Society of New South Wales in the late 1920s and a fellow of the Royal Geographical Society of London. He made many valuable contributions to geographical science and was a delegate to the 1923 Sydney Regional Plan Convention. A friend and technical collaborator of Professor Sir Edgeworth David, he helped to produce David's monumental large-scale Geological Map of the Commonwealth of Australia in 1932. His draughtsmen also produced the maps for Donald Mackay's important aerial surveys of Australia from 1930.