C1890

Map of the Wold, Showing Cotidal-Lines. Map of the Wold, Showing Curves of Equal Magnetic Variation.

Map of the world showing tides (Lines of constant tidal phase are called cotidal lines) and magnetic variations. From Philips’ Atlas of Physical Geography,

$A 50

S/N: PAOPG-011-WM–234073
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Full Title:

Map of the Wold, Showing Cotidal-Lines. Map of the Wold, Showing Curves of Equal Magnetic Variation.

Date:

C1890

Condition:

Good condition, with centre fold as issued.

Technique:

Colour printed engraving.

Image Size: 

228mm 
x 303220mm

Paper Size: 

270mm 
x 335mm
AUTHENTICITY
Map of the Wold, Showing Cotidal-Lines. Map of the Wold, Showing Curves of Equal Magnetic Variation. - Antique Map from 1890

Genuine antique
dated:

1890

Description:

Map of the world showing tides (Lines of constant tidal phase are called cotidal lines) and magnetic variations.

From Philips’ Atlas of Physical Geography,

George Philip (1799 - 1882)

Philip was a London geographical publisher, globe maker, and founder of the firm George Philip & Son. He started business in 1834 in Liverpool and from about 1848 he traded as "George Philip & Son" with his son and successor George Phillip II (1823-1902. Philip retired 1 July 1879 and the business was coninued by his son and nephew.

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