1843 Large Post Road Transportation Map Germany Post-Reise-Karte von Deutschland

A large-format 1843 post-road and transportation map of the German Confederation. This is a decorative, large-format transportation map of the German Confederation. More than a simple map of the territory, it offers a variety of interesting features, including small engraved railway scenes in the upper corners and steamship scenes in the lower corners. Additionally, important post-road routes are highlighted throughout the map. The German Confederation was an association of thirty-nine German-speaking states in Central Europe, created by the Congress of Vienna in 1815 to coordinate the economies of separate German-speaking countries and to replace the former Holy Roman Empire, which had been dissolved in 1806. Piloty & Loehle were lithographic printers and publishers, operating in Munich in the mid-19th century. Condition is very good. Scattered foxing and minor soiling. Mounted on linen and divided into segments, folding into original slipcase, which is worn but intact. Dimensions: 98 x 116 cm (38.5 x 45.5 in). We are always happy to consider reasonable offers. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “neatlinemaps” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Cartographer/Publisher: Piloty & Loehle
  • Printing Technique: Lithography
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Format: Folding Map
  • Year: 1843
  • Date Range: 1800-1899
  • Country/Region: Germany, Denmark, Switzerland, Czech Republic, France
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1764 Zannoni Map France Ancient Gaule 5th c. Aquitania Paris Germany Holland

1764 Zannoni Map France Ancient Gaule 5th c. Aquitania Paris Germany Holland

1764 Zannoni Map France Ancient Gaule 5th c. Aquitania Paris Germany Holland

An Original Antique Map: Not a Reproduction! Description: It is an original antique map with elaborate decorative border, original handcoloring and a centerfold as issued. The map is well documented in the cartouche which states that it is by Rizzi-Zannoni, de l’Academie Royale de Sciences et Belles Lettres de Gottinque [University of Gottingen, Germany]. Dated 1764 on the map. The map was published in the Atlas Historique de la France Ancienne et Moderne (Paris: Desnos, 1766), a copy of the original title page is included for authenticity. Size: The map image area between the neat lines measures approximately 10×11 inches (25x28cm) on a 11 1/2 x15 (29x38cm) page. Condition: Very Good condition for its age, approximately 10×11 inches (25x28cm) on a 11 1/2 x15 (29x38cm) page, blank on reverse, with original handcoloring and a centerfold as issued. There are a couple of minor light smudges in the margin and slight soft bends on the upper corners not affecting the map area, otherwise it is very clean with beautiful color on a strong flexible cotton page with the copper plate printing marks embossed in the margins. Overall, a very nice example for its age, see the pics for more on condition. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “c574778″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Cartographer/Publisher: Rizzi Zannoni
  • Printing Technique: Copper Plate
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Format: Atlas Map
  • Type: Political Map
  • Year: 1764
  • Date Range: 1700-1799
  • City: Paris
  • Country/Region: Belgium, France, Germany, Holland
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1628 Gerard Mercator Antique Map Lotharingia Region Netherlands Germany France

1628 Gerard Mercator Antique Map Lotharingia Region Netherlands Germany France

1628 Gerard Mercator Antique Map Lotharingia Region Netherlands Germany France

1628 Gerard Mercator Antique Map Lotharingia Region Netherlands Germany France

Per Geradum Mercatorem Cum Privilegio. Mercator, Gerard 1512-94. 21in x 17in (530mm x 430mm). (A) Very Good Condition. This original copper plate engraved antique map of the historical region of Lotharingia region of present-day Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany), Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany), Saarland (Germany), and Lorraine (France) by Gerard Mercator was published by Henricus Hondius in the early 1628 French edition of Gerard Mercators Atlas. These maps, published in the early editions of Mercators atlas, are the original maps drawn and engraved by Gerald Mercator in the mid to late 16th century, published by his son Rumold as an atlas, after his death, in 1595. Paper thickness and quality: – Heavy and stable Paper color : – off white Age of map color: – Colors used: – General color appearance: – Paper size: – 21in x 17in (530mm x 430mm) Plate size: – 20in x 15in (510mm x 380mm) Margins: – Min 1/2in (12mm). Margins: – Age toning Plate area: – Age toning Verso: – Age toning. Background: Lotharingia was a medieval successor kingdom of the Carolingian Empire, comprising the present-day Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, North Rhine-Westphalia (Germany), Rhineland-Palatinate (Germany), Saarland (Germany), and Lorraine (France). It was named after King Lothair II who received this territory after the kingdom of Middle Francia of his father Lothair I was divided among his sons in 855. Lotharingia was born out of the tripartite division in 855 of the kingdom of Middle Francia, which itself was formed after the threefold division of the Carolingian Empire by the Treaty of Verdun of 843. Conflict between East and West Francia over Lotharingia was based on the fact that these were the old Frankish homelands of Austrasia, so possession of them was of great prestige. Mercator, Gerard 1512-94 For nearly sixty years, during the most important and exciting period in the story of modern map making, Gerard Mercator was the supreme cartographer, his name, second only to Ptolemy, synonymous with the form of map projection still in use today. Although not the inventor of this type of projection he was the first to apply it to navigational charts in such a form that compass bearings could be plotted on charts in straight lines, thereby providing seamen with a solution to an age-old problem of navigation at sea. His influence transformed land surveying and his researches and calculations led him to break away from Ptolemy\\\’s conception of the size and outline of the Continents, drastically reducing the longitudinal length of Europe and Asia and altering the shape of the Old World as visualized in the early sixteenth century. Mercator was born in Rupelmonde in Flanders and studied in Louvain under Gemma Frisius, Dutch writer, astronomer and mathematician. He established himself there as a cartographer and instrument and globe maker, and when he was twenty-five drew and engraved his first map (of Palestine) and went on to produce a map of Flanders (1540) supervising the surveying and completing the drafting and engraving himself. The excellence of his work brought him the patronage of Charles V for whom he constructed a globe, but in spite of his favor with the Emperor he was caught up in the persecution of Lutheran Protestants and charged with heresy, fortunately without serious consequences. No doubt the fear of further persecution influenced his move in 1552 to Duisburg, where he continued the production of maps, globes and instruments culminating in large-scale maps of Europe (1554), the British Isles (1564) and the famous World Map on 18 sheets drawn to his new projection (1569). All these early maps are exceedingly rare, some being known by only one copy. In later life he devoted himself to his edition of the maps in Ptolemy\\\’s Geographia, reproduced in his own engraving as nearly as possible in their original form, and to the preparation of his 3-volume collection of maps to which, for the first time, the word \\\’Atlas\\\’ was applied. The word was chosen, he wrote, \\\’to honor the Titan, Atlas, King of Mauritania, a learned philosopher, mathematician, and astronomer\\\’. The first two parts of the Atlas were published in 1585 and 1589 and the third, with the first two making a complete edition, in 1595 the year after Mercator\\\’s death. Mercator\\\’s sons and grandsons were all cartographers and made their contributions in various ways to the great atlas. Rumold, in particular, was responsible for the complete edition in 1595. After a second complete edition in 1602, the map plates were bought in 1604 by Jodocus Hondius who, with his sons, Jodocus II and Henricus, published enlarged editions which dominated the map market for the following twenty to thirty years. Please note all items auctioned are genuine, we do not sell reproductions. A Certificate of Authenticity (COA) can be issued on request. What is an Antique Map. The word Antique in the traditional sense refers to an item that is more than a hundred years old. The majority of antique maps for sale today come from books or atlases and have survived due to the protection offered by the hardback covers. The first thing to determine when staring a collection or purchasing an item, is what is important to you. Most collectors prefer to build their collections around a theme. You may decide to collect maps from one region or country, charting its development through time. Similarly you could collect maps of one particular period in time, by type i. Sea or celestial charts or by cartographer. The collector might also want to consider the theme of cartographical misconceptions such as California as an island or Australia as Terra Australis or the Great Southern Land. The subject is so wide that any would-be-collector has almost endless possibilities to find his own little niche within the field, and thereby build a rewarding collection. Starting a collection & pricing. Pricing is based on a number of different factors, the most important of which is regional. In any series of maps the most valuable are usually the World Map and the America/North America. The World because it is usually the most decorative and America because it has the strongest regional market. Other factors that come into play re: price is rarity, age, size, historical importance, decorative value (colour) and overall condition and quality of paper it is printed on. As specialised dealers, we frequently work with first time map buyers who are just starting their collection. Classical Images was founded 1998 and has built an excellent reputation for supplying high quality original antiquarian maps, historical atlases, antique books and prints. We carry an extensive inventory of antiquarian collectibles from the 15th to 19th century. Our collection typically includes rare books and decorative antique maps and prints by renowned cartographers, authors and engravers. Specific items not listed may be sourced on request. Classical Images adheres to the Codes of Ethics outlined by the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA). We are a primarily an online based enterprise, however our inventory may be viewed by appointment. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “searching01″ and is located in this country: AU. 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1611 Philipp Cluver Antique Map The Netherlands, Belgium, parts France & Germany

Germaniae Cisrhenanae ut interl. Caesaris et Traiani suit imperii Scaldis item Mosae ac Rheni ostiorum antiqua Descriptio. Cluver, Philipp 1580 – 1622. 11 1/2in x 11 1/2in (295mm x 295mm). (A+) Fine Condition. This fine original wood-block engraved antique map of The Netherlands, Belgium, Northern France and parts of Western Germany was published in the 1611 edition of Philip Cluvers first publication Commentarius de tribus Rheni alveis, et ostiis; item. De Quinque populis quondam accolis; scilicet de Toxandris, Batavis, Caninefatibus, Frisiis, ac Marsacis. (Ref: King; Tooley; M&B). Paper thickness and quality: – Heavy and stable Paper color : – off white Age of map color: – Colors used: – General color appearance: – Paper size: – 11 1/2in x 11 1/2in (295mm x 295mm) Plate size: – 10in x 10in (255mm x 255mm) Margins: – Min 1/2in (12mm). Margins: – Light age toning to left & right margins Plate area: – None Verso: – None. Background: Clüver was an antiquary, who was given a special appointment at Leiden as geographer and put in charge of the university\’s library, but his lifes project, it developed, was a general study of the geography of Antiquity, based not only on classical literary sources, but – and this was his contribution – supplemented by wide travels and local inspections. He became virtually the founder of historical geography. Clüvers first work, in 1611, concerning the lower reaches of the Rhine and its tribal inhabitants in Roman times Commentarius de tribus Rheni alveis, et ostiis; item. De Quinque populis quondam accolis; scilicet de Toxandris, Batavis, Caninefatibus, Frisiis, ac Marsacis touched a source of national pride among the Seventeen Provinces, for the Dutch were enjoying a twelve years truce in their Eighty Years War of liberation. Cluver, Philipp 1580 – 1622 Clüver – also Klüwer, Cluwer, or Cluvier, Latinized as Philippus Cluverius and Philippi Cluverii – was an Early Modern German geographer and historian. Clüver was born in Danzig (Gdansk), in Royal Prussia, a province of the Kingdom of Poland. After spending some time at the Polish court of Sigismund III Vasa, he began the study of law at the University of Leiden (Dutch Republic), but soon he turned his attention to history and geography, which were then taught there by Joseph Scaliger. Clüver received science education from his father, who was Münzmeister at Danzig (coin master), but when Clüver went into different studies, his father stopped supporting his studies. He therefore travelled from Leiden across Hungary to Bohemia, where he did military service for a few years. While in Bohemia, he translated into Latin a defense by Baron Popel Lobkowitz, who was imprisoned. Upon his return to Leiden, he faced sanctions by the imperial (Habsburg) authorities for this, which however he could avoid with the help of his Leiden friends. Clüver also travelled in England, Scotland, and France. He did all travel on foot, finally returning to Leiden, where (after 1616) he received a regular pension from the university. He died in Leiden. Clüver was an antiquary, who was given a special appointment at Leiden as geographer and put in charge of the university\\\’s library, but his lifes project, it developed, was a general study of the geography of Antiquity, based not only on classical literary sources, but – and this was his contribution – supplemented by wide travels and local inspections. Clüver\\\’s first work, in 1611, concerning the lower reaches of the Rhine and its tribal inhabitants in Roman times Commentarius de tribus Rheni alveis, et ostiis; item. De Quinque populis quondam accolis; scilicet de Toxandris, Batavis, Caninefatibus, Frisiis, ac Marsacis touched a source of national pride among the Seventeen Provinces, for the Dutch were enjoying a twelve years\\\’ truce in their Eighty Years War of liberation. Clüvers Germaniae antiquae libri tres (Leiden, 1616) depends on Tacitus and other Latin authors. His Introductio in universam geographiam, totally 6 parts, (published posthumously from 1624) was the first comprehensive modern geography, and became a standard geographical textbook. Clüver was also a prolific a writer on mathematical and theological subjects. He is remembered by collectors and historians of cartography for his edition of Ptolemys Geographia (based on Mercator\\\’s edition of 1578) and for miniature atlases that were reprinted for most of the 17th century. Many of his maps were etched for him by Petrus Bertius. What is an Antique Map. The word Antique in the traditional sense refers to an item that is more than a hundred years old. The majority of antique maps for sale today come from books or atlases and have survived due to the protection offered by the hardback covers. The first thing to determine when staring a collection or purchasing an item, is what is important to you. Most collectors prefer to build their collections around a theme. You may decide to collect maps from one region or country, charting its development through time. Similarly you could collect maps of one particular period in time, by type i. Sea or celestial charts or by cartographer. The collector might also want to consider the theme of cartographical misconceptions such as California as an island or Australia as Terra Australis or the Great Southern Land. The subject is so wide that any would-be-collector has almost endless possibilities to find his own little niche within the field, and thereby build a rewarding collection. Starting a collection & pricing. Pricing is based on a number of different factors, the most important of which is regional. In any series of maps the most valuable are usually the World Map and the America/North America. The World because it is usually the most decorative and America because it has the strongest regional market. Other factors that come into play re: price is rarity, age, size, historical importance, decorative value (colour) and overall condition and quality of paper it is printed on. As specialised dealers, we frequently work with first time map buyers who are just starting their collection. Classical Images was founded 1998 and has built an excellent reputation for supplying high quality original antiquarian maps, historical atlases, antique books and prints. We carry an extensive inventory of antiquarian collectibles from the 15th to 19th century. Our collection typically includes rare books and decorative antique maps and prints by renowned cartographers, authors and engravers. Specific items not listed may be sourced on request. Classical Images adheres to the Codes of Ethics outlined by the Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America (ABAA). We are a primarily an online based enterprise, however our inventory may be viewed by appointment. Track Page Views With. Auctiva’s FREE Counter. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “searching01″ and is located in this country: AU. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

RARE Berlin City Map (1853) Germany, German, George Cox, Part Colour SDUK

The Society for the Diffusion of Useful Knowledge (SDUK), founded in 1826 by Lord Brougham, was a Whiggish London organisation with the high-minded objective of bringing learning to the uneducated working and middle classes. Much of its output was regarded as unreadable, it was not commercially successful, and it was wound up in 1848. Its most enduring legacy is the wonderful set of atlas maps and sought-after town plans published under its auspices, which we stock below. It continued to be published after the demise of the Society by G. The maps commonly have original outline colour. Fourteen members of the S. Served on the Boundary Commission for the 1832 Great Reform Act. Check out the other items in my. Please base your DSR for Dispatch time on this, and not the transit time, which is out of my control. Items are described as accurately as possible, but if you think I have overlooked anything please drop me a line. This excludes foxing, previous owner’s names or inscriptions, etc. Any negative points, such as missing or torn pages are usually noted on the relative listing. As the old saying goes “If you like what we are doing, tell others, if you don’t, tell us”. Please note that heavier items are not able to be sent to PO Boxes by UK Couriers. New: A new book, never used. Fine (F) : Should have no flaws, a perfect copy of a used book. Mint: Another term for Fine. Near Fine (NF): May show a small flaw, such as shelf wear, but nearly perfect and unread. Very Good (VG): The broadest category for used books, this describes any average used book. May have small flaws, and has probably been read, but should appear overall clean and attractive. Good (G): Will probably have significant wear or damage, although is still intact. Suitable for reading, but not necessarily a good gift copy. The old saying in bookselling is good ain’t good. Fair : Another term for Poor or Reading Copy: Heavily worn or damaged, a poor book will be readable but not attractive. Binding Copy: This may or may not be the complete pages of the book, but the binding has been broken or damaged to the point it will need professional rebinding. OTHER INSTRUCTIONS – If paying with a cheque or postal order please make payable to’A BROWN’ and not blofieldbooks. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “blofieldbooks” and is located in this country: GB. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Cartographer/Publisher: George Cox
  • Printing Technique: Lithography
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Format: Sheet Map
  • Type: City Map
  • Year: 1853
  • Antique: Yes
  • Date Range: 1800-1899
  • City: Berlin
  • Country/Region: France, Germany
  • State: City Map
  • Era: 1800s
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Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

Alsatia France Germany 1675 Sanson-jaillot 1st Edition Antique Wall Map

L’ALSACE DIVISEE EN SES PRINCIPALES PARTIES dressée sur les Memoires les plus nouveaux Par le Sr SANSON Geographe ordinaire du Roy. A PARIS, chez H. JAILLOT, joignant les grands Augustins aux 2 Globes, Avec privilege du Roy, pour vingt Ans, 1675. The map is decorated with two nice cartouches. Nicolas Sanson d’Abbeville was to bring about the rise of French cartography, although the fierce competition of the Dutch would last until the end of the century. His success was partly owing to the partnership with the publisher Pierre Mariette. In 1657 Pierre Mariette died, however his son, also named Pierre, co-published Les Cartes Générales de toutes les parties du Monde the following year. It was the first folio French produced world atlas. In many ways, Alexis-Hubert Jaillot is seen as the cartographer who continued the endeavour begun by Nicolas Sanson of improving the quality of French mapmaking. He was born in Franche-Comté around 1632, and with his brother Simon he travelled in 1657 to Paris to work. Alexis-Hubert’s future was determined largely by his marriage to Jeanne Berey in 1664, the daughter of Nicolas Berey, a merchant of engravings. Alexis-Hubert found himself drawn into the business following the deaths of his father-in-law the following year, and his brother-in-law Nicolas II in 1667. From the latter’s widow, Alexis-Hubert Jaillot and his wife acquired the geographical parts of the business. The idea for L’ Atlas Nouveau began before 1670; it was a big larger format of Sanson’s successful work. However, Alexis-Hubert had to return to Guillaume and Adrien Sanson, the sons of Nicolas, to provide the necessary capital to begin the project; The initial contract committed the brothers Sanson to provide eighteen maps, including this one. Further contracts followed over the years. By 1681, Jaillot had enough material to publish L’Atlas Nouveau. With the destruction of the Blaeu family business by fire in 1672, and the general lack of other competition, a ready market for a quality atlas had grown. Further editions appeared in 1684 and 1689. The relationship between Hubert Jaillot and the Sanson brothers, appears to have broken down altogether by 1690. In that year, Pierre Mortier began a work with an edition in Amsterdam. It is known that he had permission to do this and it is presumed to have been with Jaillot, rather than the Sansons. The latter’s editions appears in eighteen century. Jaillot died in 1712 and the business was largely passed to his son, Bernard-Jean-Haycinthe, and then, to his son, Bernard-Antoine. Edition : A Paris, chez H. JAILLOT joignant les grands Augustins aux deux Globes avec Privilege du Roy pour vingt ans, 1675, 1st edition. 90 x 59,5 cm / 35,4 x 23,2 inches. Good condition, small dirt each side of the map, hand color. WE DON’T SELL LASER AND COPIES MAPS, ALL WE SELL IS ORIGINAL AND ANTIQUE. Due to the age an type of paper, some imperfections are to be expected. Please examine the images provided carefully, and if you have any questions please ask and we will be happy to help you. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “efi6″ and is located in this country: FR. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Cartographer/Publisher: Nicholas Sanson
  • Printing Technique: Copper Plate
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Format: Wall Map
  • Year: 1675
  • Date Range: 1600-1699
  • Country/Region: France, Germany
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Schulwandkarte Wall Map Germany Vs France 1300-1815 Erbfeinde 33 1/2x46 1/8in

The description of this item has been automatically translated. See in the list under No. 740 The German West (BG252). Especially affordable German cards from 1900 sells duplicate copies of the school wall maps (wall map wall map, roll wall map, roll map), questions are gladly answered, price comparison for new wall maps e. 30 – 50 – 100 pieces of school wall maps, depending on the distance to me, effort! 200 wall maps are offered, which I have definitely received from the same publisher in partly different editions. Or for your own spiritual flight into the time and area of?? Australia and Oceania Westermann 15. Edition 1965 1: 6,000,000 if necessary also 12. Edition when I find my 9th A, weight 3.1kg 208×170. West Germany Haack-Painke 2nd edition 1974 1: 200 000 190.5×211. North Germany Westermann 7th edition 1973 1: 500 000 with borders from 1937 239×155, metal bars, top right Braun on the bar and in the Baltic Sea. East Central Europe peoples and states (language distribution) after the 1st World War II Paul List Verlag Wentschow relief map 1: 1 000 000 163×232 especially German. Flashcard of Germany Hinrichs Justus Perthes Darmstadt approx. 1964 1: 600,000 borders 1937 208×161. Germany Haack-Painke Justus Perthes Darmstadt 1970 1: 1 000 000 borders 1937 129×97 div. Migration and state formation in the 4th-8th century. Europe in the 20th century Flemming Verlag Hamburg 6th edition min. 1958 4 times 1: 4,500,000 very smooth, in Turkey 1st map, small crack 204.5×163. East and Southeast Asia Westermann 11th edition 1976 1: 4,000,000, 10th edition also possible, if I have found my 67 183×195. Soviet Union Haack-Painke Justus Pertes Darmstadt 1: 3 500 000 3rd edition 1987, brand new condition 247×184. Germany in the XX. Century IRO Verlag 6 times 1: 2,000,000, cracked 123×169. Die Welt from 1783 to 1814 Westermann 1974, red sticks, main card 1.18 000 000, secondary cards 18 / 7.5 / 18/9 million 202×134, new price approx. Europe between the two world wars Haack Gotha, still wooden sticks, 1: 3,000,000, 1965, a bit tattered, 80cm in the middle, map detached from the stick, 213×180. Contemporary history Europe 9x from WK1, 1: 2 250 000 otherwise 2×2.25 5.5 and 9Mio, a bit battered from Denmark 2nd map downwards 206×168. Four times Germany in the 20th Century Paul List Verlag 4th edition? 4 x 1: 500 000, newly attached to the rod without main heading 236×171. Africa from colonization to independence Westermann 1: 6,000,000 + 4x 1: 15Mio 8th edition metal strip 207Bx187H. North Asia (USSR) Westermann 1: 4 000 000 9th edition 1969 5cm Ritz in Tienschan and point near Neusib. Western Asia and India Westermann 1: 4,000,000 5th edition 1965 194Bx155H. Europe in the 16th Century 1580 Westermann 1: 2,500,000. Central Europe, Westermann 1: 900 000, 1954, heading gone, cracked, West Russia glued, 211Bx206cm. South polar region Justus Perthes Darmstadt 1: 6 000 000 200Bx180????? Alliance systems of the world Westermann 1:25 000 000 130Bx210. The world in the 17th and 18. Century Westermann 1:18 000 000 200Bx130. History of mankind Christian Jaeger Hanover 140Bx220. Africa JPD 6Mio 1980 5A. Slightly damaged at heading 158Bx198H. Africa orbit wall map Westermann 6Mio 1971 Rhodesia with Zimbabue painted over 158Bx168H. Africa from colonization to independence Westermann 6Mio 1970 7. North America VEB Haack Gotha 6Mio 1954 lower bracket is missing, card is battered in the middle, 159x146H. North America Westermann 6Mio 1973 18A. South America JPD 6Mio 1976 1A 160x200H. South America Westermann 6Mio 1968 12A 148x179H. United States of America and South Canada Westermann 3Mio 1965 5A. Western hemisphere Westermann 12Mio 1960 13A. Asia Westermann 6Mio 1968 26A. Palestine Westermann 1: 250 000 1963 top condition side map Jerusalem at the time of Jesus 119x158H. Türkiye Dogal Haritasi Wenschow 1.5Mio plastic film instead of linen or paper, 1 stick off, 137x97H. Australia and Polynesia Diercke 6Mio 1955 8th edition, approx. Germany Central Europe Westermann 1: 700,000 1974 210x218H, somewhat glued, metal bars, small damage over Kolberg. Germany Federal Republic of Germany and GDR JPD 450,000 1982, 3A, 189x218H top. Germany Central Europe Westermann 700,000 1977 29A 205x222H. Germany and neighboring countries Westermann 700,000 1960 4th edition 202x189H. German low mountain range JPD 450,000 1956 somewhat cracked lower right approx. Lower Saxony Westermann 200,000 1975 196x172H. Northwest Germany JPD 2A. 200,000 1980 191x223H. Alps and Alpine countries Westermann 600,000 1973 2A. Apennine Peninsula (Italy) Westermann 900,000 1970 15A metal rods approx. Europe Westermann 3Mio 1953 204x157H. Europe Soil conditions Westermann 3Mio 1971 31A. Europe states Westermann 3Mio 1980 16A 196×180. Europe Economy Westermann 3Mio 1978 196x183H. Iberian Peninsula (Spain) Westermann 900,000 1969 5A. Eastern Europe JPD 2Mio 1971 4A 200x210H. Eastern Central Europe JPD 750,000 1970 190x200H. North polar area South polar area Wenschow 2x10Mio water spot 172x121H. The states of the world Westermann 18Mio 13A 202×122. British Isles Westermann 1: 600 000 9A. North Africa Westermann 6A. 1: 3,000,000 1973 254cm wide x 149cm high. The western continents Justus Perthes Gotha 1952 1: 10Mio 155x208H good copy. Central America and northern South America Westermann 1977 245×154 7A 1: 3,000,000 NK states and traffic top. USA and Central America Haack Gotha 1977 3.5Mio 205x160H heading slightly defective. Western hemisphere Eduard Gaebler Gerog Lang in front of Versailles as German colonial property before 18th edition 173×173 1:12 million torn overpainted in Micronesia. Biblical geography map Diercke Westermann 10A. 1967 very good copy 183×148 2 secondary cards. Middle East Haack Gotha 1: 2,000,000 print for JPD top 1984 227x180H. Traffic map of the German Empire 1: 700000 Eduard Gaebler defective but completely 8A. Huge plate 1cm thick from the time. South Germany 1960 Diercke Westermann Limes 1: 250000 234x188H ok. The human flight development of flying Jensen Hamburg 199×185 cracked near heading 50s 60s. Soil shape of the earth Westermann 12A 1968 249×144 1: 15,000,000 top. The climates of the earth Westermann 6A 1967 1: 18Mio 202×126 top. The landscape belt of the earth VEB Haack Gotha 1953 1: 20Mio 1000pcs. Edition 211×119 cracked and pasted over. Earth, vegetation VEB Haack Gotha Leinen 1975 204×138 1: 15Mio top. The economic use of the earth, Flemmings 1 to 15 million, a little worse, 224x162cm. The age of discovery, discovery and travel in the 15th and 16th centuries. 18Mio The development of the Inca Empire 12Mio Mexico z: Z: the discovery 3Mio, coastal discoveries in the Caribbean 9Mio, discoveries in the South Seas in the 17th and 18th century 18Mio, Westermann, 204x130cm, top. The Pacific-Atlantic area, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 1966, 1st edition, 269×165 huge, great. Die Erde, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 7th edition 1977, almost very good, 24 million, 139x82cm. The states of the earth, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 2A 1964, glued, 138cmx82cm, otherwise good. Germany in the world, 15 million, Jensen, 234×161, a bit glued, very large. Africa Asia, Störmer Verlag, North and South Vietnam, i. Before 1975, gummed, PVC, writable with washable pens, great, 158×187. Africa, Westermann, 8A 1965, top, 162×175. Africa, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 6M, 1980, 5A, ca. North America, JPD, top left slightly def. 1963, 10Mio, 100×119, otherwise great. North America, Westermann, 6Mio, 1957, 8A. North America, Wenschow relief map, 6 million, glued, resulting in a red reaction, wrinkled. North America, harms, 5 million, defective, after WWII, 188×210. South America, Westermann, 6Mio, 13A, 1969, something glued. South America, climate and vegetation, 4x9Mio, Haack 1966, wooden bars, 182×193 high. Western hemisphere, Westermann, 1952, 12Mio, 10A, 165×171, very good, lower left slightly damaged. Asia, Westermann, 6Mio, 206×222, 25A, very good. Picture card for the Old Testament, Becker, 1Mio and 300,000, with text, interesting. Map for biblical exploration, Westermann, 2.5Mio, 1951, 6. East and Southeast Asia, Westermann, 4Mio, 1971, 9A. 186x194cm H, very good. Eastern hemisphere, Westermann, 1951, 8. A, top left holes, 166×168. Soviet Union, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 3.5 million, 246×180, very good. Türkiye Dogal Haritasi, 1.5 million, side card 4.5 million, plastic, washable, writable, not linen, wooden sticks, Wenschow, very good. Australia and Polynesia, front 5 million, Arctic Antarctica, back 16 million each, Störmer Verlag, PVC rubber-writable-wipeable, not linen, 177×158 height, top. North and south polar regions, Wenschow relief map, each 1 to 10 million, somewhat glued, 172×120 height. The North Pole States, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 1st edition 1959, 1 to 10 million, above left def. Federal Republic, Germany divided into three parts, economic focus, 1 to 500,000, Jensen Hamburg, 232x162cm height, a bit glued. Germany, borders 1937, map from 1966, 2A JPD, ink entries in the Ruhrpott and map left above 10cm loosened, otherwise good, c. Germany, borders from 1937 weakly entered, 1979, 6A. JPD, scale 1 to 600,000 top, 213×163 height. Germany and neighboring countries, 2A, probably between 1955 and 1960, I did not write down, here with borders 1937 and 1919! Westermann, 1zu700,000, pasted. Amt Nieheim, Jensen Verlag, scale approx. 1 to 83000, linen 173x142cm, places: Nieheim Oeynhausen Eversen Entrup Bredenborn Rolfzen Vinsebeck Bergheim Himmighausen Merlsheim Holzhausen Pömbsen Reelsen, top. Brockmann’s home map of the state of North Rhine-Westphalia, Bielefeld, 1zu140,000, top, above in the middle something repaired, 201x176cm height. The Ruhr area and the surrounding area, draft Störmer, Verlag Budde, 1 to 50,000, red is the reaction of the retrospective. Foil repairs, there are large companies, paper stalls, etc. According to Legend entered, top, large topographical map, 194×160. Homeland map Romerike Berge, corrugated, glued down by varnishing the bars, approx. 250×200, 1 to 25,000, top. North Rhine-Westphalia, Westermann, 12A 1963, 1 to 150,000, very good, 193×177. NRW Sauerland-Bergisches Land-Siegerland, 1,200,000, 5 photos, 4 drawings, 3 maps, interesting, water stains above, otherwise ok. North Rhine-Westphalia Weserland and Teutoburg Forest, Stockmann, 1,200,000, 4 photos, 4 drawings, 5 maps, interesting, slight water stains on top, otherwise ok. Waterway crossing at Minden etc. The journeys of the apostle Paulus, Becker, small defect in the Carpathian Mountains, otherwise great, 215×165. British Isles, Westermann, 1zu600T, London, Paris, 1965, 7th edition, top, 187×224. The Roman Empire, Westermann, 2.5 million, side cards 5 million, Caesar Augustus 1.5 million Germania, 1966, 210cmx196cm height, top. Europe, Sattaten, Westermann, 1964, 8th edition, 197×181, 1 to 3,000,000, top. Europe from 1815 to 1871, 3x 1zu2.5Mio, Westermann, 1969, 204×133 height, top. United States and central america, Haack 1979, all in English, on linen, really worn, very authentic, because really in school service, sheet metal bars 204x162cm, 3.5 million. Asia, Haack, 1975, 6 million, 182x214cm, Japan area cut out, e. Simply order from me with another card.. Federal Republic of Germany-Economy, Westermann, 1991 500,000, 139x202cm, good condition. Top, and interesting, 241x193cm high. British Isles, Haack, 1966, 148x176cm, 1zu750,000, the upper bar is missing, the lower one is made of wood. Early Christianity, Paulus 2 million travels, expansion 4.5 million, Palestine Land of the Bible 200T, JPD 2A 1976, top, 206×172. Europe, climate and vegetation, 4x6Mio, 245x180cm, metal bars, Haack 1974, above and below right creased, linen. Geology of Europe, from the physical wall atlas Justus Perthes Gotha, print approx. 1941, since Litzmannstadt, instead of Lodz, heading is missing, good. Italy, Haack, 1959, 750T, wood bars, mistake: heading cracked, at Otler and Algeria paper a bit loose, unglued card, 180x179cm. North Sea, 2x2Mio, above right slightly compressed, 146x97cm height, Westermann, otherwise great. Mining and industrial areas of the earth, Haack, 1967, 241x142cm, ok. Vegetation of the earth, Justus Perthes Gotha approx. 1951, 1zu20Mio, top, eye-catcher, 212×135, both lines are tree lines, wooden bars. Municipality of Ritterhude, made by the Ritterhude architect Hans Michaelis from land maps and partial development plans in 1962, water-stained, apparently with circles colored entries, great, if I had reference to Ritterhude, not for sale, 175×85 measured without bars. The Holy Land, Verlag Jensen Jeha, with NK Jerusalem, approx. 122x161cm, religion class, glued, but ok. Germany physically Stiefel sales Wenschow relief map, paper lift, no linen, status 1991, 99x135cm, top, 1 to 750,000. Germany, political country division, Stiefel sales Wenschow relief map, paper lift, no linen, status 1991, 98x135cm, top, 1 to 750,000. Germany, a kind of aerial view, bird’s eye view, the smallest towns are indicated, interesting, Mairs Geografischer Verlag, is approx. Designed in 1989, 98x145cm, no scale because it is distorted far into the horizon, but 1 in 750,000 to see Scandinavia. The seaport, clearly Bremen, Verlag Jensen Jeha, with legend, without damage, except for something small above right, top, interesting, partly with street names, huge, 188 wide, 256cm high, plus bars! Osterholz circle, Orion card, 1 to 25,000, PVC-like film, 200x166cm, ok. Lesum Ihlpohl Ritterhude school area map, Geo-Institut Porta Westfalica 1zu4000, foil-wrapped photo paper, top, 192x121cm. Lower Saxony, Westermann, good copy, defective above, 1zu200,000, 200×173, 1966. Lower Saxony, Stiefel-Verlag, Wenschow relief map, 1987, 1zu300,000, 140cmx105cm, lower bar completely detached, front side, back side dumb card. North German lowlands, Meer-Deiche-Moore-Geest, Stockmann, series Germany, the map has 1zu1Mio, interesting overview, 99x66cm, ok. France and the Benelux countries, Haack 1957, 1 to 750,000, all terms German, Irish Sea, Norman Islands etc. 155x193cm, in good condition. The Earth Orbit World Map, Westermann, approx. 1974, 1zu33Mio, 120x83cm, top right approx. 40cm detached from the stick, wooden sticks, PVC, not linen, otherwise ok. The states of the earth, Justus Perthes Darmstadt JPD, 1965, 3rd edition, 1zu24Mio, 139x84cm, water stained, medium WD tapped, otherwise ok. Construction card, as far as ok 168x113cm plus wooden bars. Decimal dimensions and weights, Herold Bad Godesberg, 119x78cm, as far as ok wooden bars. Development of life, C. Jaeger, small tear in paper at the water dinosaurs’ Kreisezeit, stickable, great, for children as a learning aid up to their studies, 161x225cm. Development of a raised bog in Lower Saxony, from the Paleolithic, Middle Stone Age, Neolithic, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Historical Time, Present, 71x91cm, 1st edition 1980, State Ministry for Nutrition. Latin original font, Hubertus Verlag Recklinghausen, 100x145cm, PVC-like, thus writable and wooden bars, top. Latin original script and block letters, back simplified original script and block letters, Hubertus Verlag Recklinghausen, 135x106cm, PVC-like writable with chalk, top. Overview map of dimensions of the weights VS Overview map of the dimensions of length RS, Vitus / Lingen, for primary school 109×126, writable and washable. Our earth in space, C. 60s, 180x177cm, good copy. Numbers up to 500, learning aid for elementary school or just at home. Number range up to 100, hundred table, Vogt Verlag, PVC, one-sided, writable with circles, 66x79cm, top. Africa, Westermann, Orbit wall map, Swedish map in German. Version 1971, top, with metal bars, 1zu6Mio, 158x167cm. Africa: States, harms around 1960, 1A. Above defective, in addition to K15Mio, HK 7.5Mio, 152x134cm, ok. Central and South Africa, Westermann, 3Mio!! Metal bars, left edge creased, otherwise top, 210x173cm. North Africa, Westermann, 3Mio!! Canada, Westermann, 3Mio, 72,, metal rods, brown spots, side card 1zu36Mio, 204x190cm, otherwise top. Central America and Northern South America, Westermann, 3Mio, 1968, 4A. Side map 9Mio states and traffic, 245×154, top. South America, orbit wall map, Westermann, first Swedish edition in German. Version 1971, 6Mio, top left a bit dirty, metal bars, 136x182cm, otherwise great. Australia and Oceania, Westermann, 6Mio, 1965, 15A. Some foil stickers, otherwise great, 208x170cm. Germany, Westermann, 1zu700.000, 1964, 210×225, top. Deutschaland-Wirtschaft, Westermann, 1976, 9A. 1 to 600,000, borders from 1937, 244x194cm, top. 1964, VISBrass Düsseldorf, 1zu50T, at the bottom right 40cm detached from the stick, paper, no linen, 207×160, every big industrial building included, Garzweiler etc. Very interesting, rich in detail. Lower Saxony and the East, picture map for the reunification of Germany, on behalf of the Lower Saxony State Center for Homeland Service, 50s 60s, 118x79cm. South Germany, Westermann, 1zu250,000, 1958, 13A. Southwest Germany, Westermann, 1zu150,000, 1975, 7A. The Second World War, Westermann, 1959, main card 3.5 million, Nebenk. 17.5Mio, 21Mio, 21Mio, interesting and serious, 208x178cm, repaired with stickers. British Isles, Haack Gotha, 750T, 1977, upper rod broken, lower one bent, metal rods, 148x174cm. Iberian Peninsula, Westermann, 1962, 2A. Cracked above heading, fly dirt in the Mediterranean, hole just below word 2nd edition, otherwise great, 174x165cm height. Flashcard of Europe, JPD, 1977, 3A. Above right 5cm out, otherwise ok. Westermann, 1959, 1zu1Mio, 11A. Mediterranean countries and the Middle East, Westermann, 2Mio, 1968, top, 269x150cm. Netherlands-Belgium-Luxembourg, Westermann, 1 to 300,000, 1963, 4A. Northern Europe, Baltic States, Westermann, with Iceland, 1zu1,2Mio, 1974, 18A. NK also 1.2 million, no stickers, top, 180x212cm. North Rhine-Westphalia and the East, ChJaeger 1950 or 1960s, 168x110cm, a bit glued, ok. North Sea country, Westermann, 1zu900.000, 1962, 15A. Some stickers, otherwise ok. Ostseeländer, Westermann, 1zu1,2Mio, 1959, 8A. Small defects between Arendal and Oslo and south. Hamburg, otherwise ok, 180x214cm. Spain and Portugal, Haack Gotha, 1960, 1zu750.000, headline defective, linen ok, paper gone, sticker JPD, ie produced for West Germany, 160x149cm, picture brilliant. Southeast Europe, Haack Gotha, 1958, the paper 30cm removed from the stick at the bottom left, otherwise top, 1zu750,000, 180x179cm. North Pole States, JPD, 1zu10Mio, 1959, 1A. Canvas looks bent, 144x112cm, interesting. North polar area, Haack Gotha, 1956, 6 million, without borders, with pole trips, slight damage, Kaliningrad, Gdynia, Szczecin, Wroclaw retouched with Kö. South Polar Region, JPD, 6Mio, 1973, 1A. The standard of living in the world, Westermann, 1zu25Mio, 1974, 5A. Metal bars, 138×207, ok. The earth – physically, Westermann, 1zu15Mio, metal rods, no stickers, really good, 1973, 14A. The States of the World, JPD, 1zu24Mio, 1973, 7A. Very well preserved, 139x83cm. Landscape belt of the earth, JPD, 1zu12Mio. 1972, slightly creased, otherwise in excellent condition, 269x168cm. Vegetation areas of the earth, Westermann, 1zu18Mio, 1972, 8A. Metal rods, of which the lower rod is missing here, it is on after the PVC rail, a little rolled up, as in the photo, it still looks good, 201×123, otherwise great. World labor card, publisher Neuzeitliche Arbeitsmittel, 1zu18Mio, below left 15cm loosened, untreated wooden bars, brownish around Neptune, foiled, probably writable with it, 193x134cm, ok. Earth, vegetation, Haack-Gotha, 1zu15Mio, 1960, 240x138cm, still wooden bars, good copy. Rheinisch-Westfälisches industrial area, Westermann, 1zu50,000, above settlement, below mining, 1971 136x206cm, top. British Isles, Westermann, 1,600,000, 1975, 12A. Metal rods, top, almost very good, if it weren’t for small damage in Bristol Sound (Channel), 182x230cm. Italy, Westermann, 1zu600,000, 1974, 2A. Side card Rome 10T, top, no linen, 194×208. Moscow, Westermann, 1zu40,000, 1976. 40T10T2T downtown, Kremlin, paper, no linen, 109x133cm, top. British Isles, Haack, 1968, 1zu750T, metal rods, linen, creased, cracked, otherwise ok. British Isles, Haack, defective, rodent, also above left, 1987, 1zu750T, metal rods, paper, no linen, 123x169cm. The emergence of the Roman Empire, CataldiVerlag, 1zu2.8Mio, wooden bars, made before 1990, good copy, 158x108cm. The Greek economy and culture in the 5th century B. StiefelVerlag, 1zu750T, NK Athen5T, foiled cardboard, 158x109cm, good copy. Europe, slate, roll board, Lehrmittelverlag Leipzig, 1zu3Mio, can be written on with chalk and cleaned with a damp cloth, is fun!!! Border probably permanently retouched, 5kg!!! France, StiefelWenschow, 1Mio, 3x rodents, 1x of them in France, there was probably no one on the wooden sticks, if someone cut out the map, put something down and paint it, maybe with your children, back side mute map of the area, 100x137cm, no longer top. London, Haack, 1974, 1zu10T, cracked, 40 years old, bent lower rod, metal rods, 157x106cm. Mediterranean countries, Haack, 2Mio, 1974, cracked, creased, metal bars, linen, water stains, 264x162cm. North and Baltic Sea countries, G&W Wenschow, 1.8 million, after 1990, AV, RV, silent map of the same area, 158x108cm. Roman Empire, Haack, 2.5Mio, NK 5Mio, 1976, paper, no linen, 2 holes, without heading, above provisional square wood, below original metal rod, 215x150cm. Earth, climatic zones, Haack, 1zu20Mio, 1982, paper, no linen, metal bars, 183x105cm, great, brilliant colors. Die Erde, physically, Haack, 1zu15Mio, 1980, wrinkled, cracked, drawn without borders, bottom right 33cm and top right 10cm out, 240x133cm, intense picture. Die Welt, Stiefel-Arbeitkarte, 1zu30Mio, wooden sticks, paper-like, no linen, 136x95cm, very good condition. Erde Tektonik, Haack, there is also a licensed edition and production by Haack for Westermann, rarer, 1zu15Mio, 1988, metal bars, paper, 240x169cm, looks crooked, bars are probably not bent, if the map is on the wall, it’s probably better. Climate zones of the earth, G&W Wenschow, 1zu25Mio, AV Averse front, RV Reverse back, dumb map of the area, 1 lower half bar is gone, top left 35cm out, foiled cardboard, 157x107cm. South America land use, IRO, paper, water stained top right, map 907, 89x119cm, ok. Asia, JPD, 12.5Mio, 1965, 2A, Kulli-Striche at scale and Sunda-Graben, is not noticeable, the not so intrusive scale easily outweighs, and yet as detailed as the large maps, 95x107cm, top. Apennine Peninsula, Westermann, 1zu900T, 1964, 11A. Africa, 1 to 6 million, printed in Gotha / Thuringia in 1942, without borders, cracked at the top, 160x196cm. Africa, 1 to 6 million, printed in Darmstadt in 1971, with borders, top, wooden bars, 158x202cm. Africa Asia by Störmer PVC film printed on both sides, each 1zu6Mio, handwritten Entry near Cologne Rotterdam and Wilhelmshaven, 157x185cm. Africa-political / historical, Westermann, 6 million, side cards 1 to 15 million, 1972, metal bars, 7th edition, 206x186cm. Die Neue Welt, printed in Gotha by Justus Perthes in 1942, with borders, some stickers, 1zu10Mio, 153x208cm. Central America and Northern South America, Westermann, 1zu3Mio, printed in 1963, 2nd edition, top foil, 245x155cm. North America, Westermann, 1 in 6Mio, 1965, 13. Rift in front of Baja California, 156x172cm. North America, printed in Gotha in 1954 by the expropriated Perthes, glued, paper a little off in the Pacific, 1zu6Mio, 159x146cm. North America AV VS South America RV RS, Störmer-Verlag, two-sided, 1zu 6Mio, top left small damage, PVC-like, no linen, 160x183cm. North America, climate and vegetation, Haack Gotha, 1zu12Mio 4x, 1981, top, 210x168cm. South America, JPD, 1zu6Mio, 1967 1A. South America, Gotha / Thuringia, 1954, 1zu6Mio, glued on top, 118x186cm. South America, Westermann / Braunschweig, 1962, 8A. USA industry, Haack 1970, with side cards, metal bars, 203x161cm. United States and Central America, Haack Gotha 1955, 3.5 million, top except upper rod halved, pencil SantoDomingo Kulli Cap Canaverel Florida, 200x143cm. United States of America and South Canada, 9A, 1973, Westermann, metal bars, top right 12cm out, otherwise top, 200x194cm. United States of America: Wirtschaft, top, Velhagen and Klasing, 1zu3Mio, 231x160cm. Western hemisphere, Westermann, 1958, 12A. Westermann, 6Mio, 1964, 23A. Almost very good, 206x220cm. Asia orbit wall map, Westermann 1975, original is from Sweden 1973, metal rods, 6 million, 183x193cm. The empire of Alexander the Great, JPD, 1 to 2.5 million, approx. Der Alte Orient, Westermann, 1958, cards 9Mio 3x3Mio, 210x130cm. The Eastern Continents, JPD, 10Mio, 1961, 3A. Rear India and Indonesia, Gotha, 1955, 3 million, cracked above, glued twice below, 194x211cm. Japan, printed by Denoyer-Geppert, USA for Westermann, main card 1.5 million, 1970, 109x156cm. Old Testament, card defective!!!! Heading cut out, Jeha Jensen, ca1964, 170x117cm. North Asia (USSR), 1zu4Mio, Westermann, bent metal rods below, 1970, 10A. Eastern hemisphere, Westermann, 1953, 1zu12Mio, some missing parts, Antarctica spotty, 165x159cm. Russia’s rise to a great power, Flemmings Hamburg, 1zu8Mio, about 60s, top, 254x189cm. People’s Republic of China, 1963, still!!! 1zu3Mio, Haack made for JPD, great, under Taiwan probably made the GDR note blue, 214x160cm. On the history of the ancient Orient, haack 1985, metal rods, 1x rodent 12cm hole!!! Federal Republic of Germany and GDR: Mining and Industry, JPD, 1zu450,000, top, 1981, 187x202cm. Das Frankenreich, JPD, reprint of the HH Great Historical Wall Atlas from Gotha, 1954, cracked top but repaired, top, 194x162cm. Germany, JPD, 1zu1Mio, 1966, in 1937 borders, 2A. A bit watery, otherwise great, 127x98cm, not that big, practical. Germany and neighboring countries, Westermann, 7A. 1964, 1 to 700,000, in excellent condition, 201x189cm. Germany: Federal Republic of Germany and GDR, JPD, 1 to 450,000, enormous, 1979, 2A. The Teutons 300v. Z. To 200 n ZW, Westermann, probably 40s, 1 to 1 million, stained, NK 2.25 million and 3 million, 188x116cm. School wall map of Germany after 1648, Peace of Westphalia, Carl Flemming from Glogau in Silesia, probably still from the 1930s, 1 to 800,000, damaged, repaired, Dr. Four times Germany in the 20th century, harms, 4A. Migration after 1945, Stockmann-Verlag, 100x71cm. The Rhineland, Westermann, 1zu175,000, 1954, 3A. Lower Saxony land between Weser and Elbe, Stockmann-Verlag, map in 1zu285,000, pictures, 139x96cm. Lower Saxony North Sea coast and islands, Stockmann-Verlag, pictures, 139x96cm. Niederweser, Jeha-Verlag, 1 in 60,000, approx. 1957, without heading, sticker, 188x170cm. Northwest Germany, JPD, 1960, without heading, 1zu450,000, 216x153cm. Saarland, JPD, 1985, almost very good, 1 in 50,000, 1A. 1966, a bit creased, otherwise good, 1 in 150,000, 186x202cm. Switzerland, made by Haack in Gotha for JPD, 1962, unfortunately the lower bar is off, the card itself is almost still OK, and the madness, cracked at the top of the heading, on request I will send a bar with, 1zu185,000, 208x160cm. South Germany, Westermann, 1zu250,000, 1965, 19A. Southwest Germany, Westermann, 1zu150,000, 1965, 4A. Alpenländer, Haack Gotha, 1zu450.000, 1962, impressive map, without borders, heading slightly def. Apennine Peninsula, Westermann, 10A. Picture card: The travels of the Apostle Paul, Becker-Verlag, 216x167cm, very good, Bible customer. Formation and decline of the medieval empire, Flemmings Hamunrg, 4×4.5Mio, 2A. Classical Greece, JPD, 1zu500,000, 3A, 1974, top, NK 1,5Mio, 198x188cm. Heading, somewhat defective, 207x179cm. The Reformation, Becker-Hamburg, picture card, probably from the 60s, 207x165cm. The economic use of Europe, Flemmings-Hamburg, 1zu3,000,000, 1954, sticker above, 207x158cm. Danube countries, GJP, so probably produced between 1945 and 1952, 1 to 750,000, Gerlsdorfer tip instead of Stalin tip, Breslau Wroclaw both, map without borders, top, 261x159cm. Danube Region and Balkan Peninsula, Westermann, 1zu900,000, 1958, 7A. Europe, Westermann, produced before 1954, since there was still Free Trieste, 1zu3Mio, patina, 192x140cm. Europe, JPD, 1979, 7A. Stained, creased, scrawled, 1zu6Mio, rare, large overview because incl. Europe 1917/18 to 1939, Haack Gotha, 1980, 3Mio, paper no linen, metal bars, slightly defective at the top, 212x178cm. Europe soil conditions, Westermann, 1961, 21A, 3Mio, 196x180cm, some adhesive strips, authentic. Europe in the 16th century. Europe in the 19th Century, Haack, 3Mio, NK 7Mio, 1956, glued a little damaged, reprint of the Haack-Herzberg Grosser Historischer Wand-Atlas, 190x158cm. Europe in the 20th century, foot railway, 4.5 million 4x, ca50s, defective Biscay, 208x173cm. Europe states, Westermann, 1zu3Mio, 1958, 3A. Europe in the 20th century, foot railway, only 2 of 4 maps of the original map, map 3 after WW1 and map 4 after WWII, was cut off, 209x85cm, 1 stick on it. 50s, 1zu900.000, patina, foil sticker, without heading, 158x116cm. France and the Benelux countries, JPD, 2A. 1975, top copy, 169x200cm. Geology of Europe, Gotha: Justus Perthes, Haack Physikalischer Wandatlas, Abt2 Grund und Boden, this map was created by Dr. Edited in 1921, printed in 1941, released for publication by the GDR in 1951, Litzmannstadt retouched, this retouching is off again, the back is glued with auxiliary lines, def. Map part is ok again, great, 197x160cm. Italy, Haack, 1966, 1zu750.000, wooden bars, smooth linen, really good, 180x179cm. Mediterranean countries, Westermann, 1976, 1zu2Mio. Biscay glued, impressive, 264x140cm. Moscow, Haack Gotha, schematic plan from 1978, everything on plan in Russian, Cyrillic script, worn card, upper left and right lower right torn, upper rod bent, metal rods, paper no linen, 156x156cm. Northern Europe Ostseeländer, Westermann, 1zu1,2Mio, 1974, top, without heading, NK also 1,2Mio, raw wood bars, 180x201cm. Eastern Europe, JPD, glued down, paper torn open, 1954, 195x210cm. Ostseeländer, Westermann, 1.2Mio, 1962, 11A. Pyrenees Peninsula, Westermann, 1954, 9A. 1 to 900,000, somewhat glued, 177x167cm. A thousand years of western history, Flemmings-Hamburg, 9×5.5Mio, 800 962 1250 1555 1648 1763 1815 1878 1919, ok, 193x162cm. From prehistoric times to the end of the migration, Stockmann-Verlag, history card1 glued above, 137x95cm, unfortunately bad photo. South Polar Region, JPD, 1zu6Mio, 1A. 1973, great part, great, 195x220cm. Bodengestalt der Erde, Westermann, 1zu18Mio. 1953, 214x113cm, headline half gone, the decoration for your apartment. Die Erde, JPD, 1zu16Mio, 1982, 9A. Die Erde, JPD, 1zu24Mio, 1978, 8A. Really good, 1 entry around Mexico City, 138x84cm, not as big as the other 18Millioner 16Millioner 15Millioner 12Millioner… The earth, climate zones, 1zu20Mio, 1982, metal rods, paper, no linen, 2 holes of which 1x in Australia, 1x south Indic, faded, 182x106cm, no borders, hardly any cities. The States of the World, JPD, 1zu24Mio, 1975, 8A. 139x83cm, relatively small and super fine, top ex. The economy of the earth (I), Gotha, 1zu12Mio, possibly 1955, illegible because the legend below is damaged, stuck together with wood varnish, 224x174cm, huge. Die Wirtschaft der Erde (II), Gotha, 1zu12Mio, 1955, lightly glued, commercial goods, without heading, 217x164cm. Earth, vegetation, Haack, 1zu15Mio, 1971, metal rods, linen, slight kink in sheet metal rod, 204x138cm, otherwise great. Climate of the earth, JPD, 1953, 1zu16Mio, heading missing, repaired, in the 30s the map was still called the climate map of the earth, 212×137, top despite 2 splices, heading north polar area and south. Physical world map, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, something rarer, 1zu12Mio!!! Made in 1987, 4th edition, 90cm on the top left are detached from the wooden bars, whoever does the work to restore it the upper bar divided into its two half-bar halves, they are put together with nails, then the torn-out part is inserted and the bars are neatly brought together again, also needs the space to hang up the card!!! 269x169cm, no stickers that would spoil the card a bit. Vegetation of the earth, from Gotha, whether now before or after 1945, cannot be seen from the Haack Physical Wall Atlas, lt. Perthes catalog 1935 in preparation, but can also be remainder or reprint from the first 50s, 2-3 stickers, e. The tree line is well entered, 203x124cm. Vegetation areas of the earth, Westermann, 1zu18Mio. World map, Flemmings-Hamburg, without borders, produced in 1946, many German. Maps of this time have no borders, as the cartographers didn’t want to print anything wrong, not even Germany but Central Europe, the maps were often called, lower bar completely detached, also other damage, 122x88cm. Atomic nuclear creators and nuclear power plants, Klett or Dr. The interior of the earth, Verlag f neuzeitl. Work equipment, 60s, water stains, 80x116cm. The English Vowels, Turm-Verlag, 119x79cm. The large climatic zones, publisher f neuzeitl. Work equipment, 60s, 78x115cm. The plants, which are completely protected in Germany, Reich Agency for Nature Conservation in Berlin, 1930s, 133x101cm, somewhat damaged, great. The water supply, Tellus-Verlag, the water in nature, 118x82cm. The water storage, tellus publishing house, defect in the reservoir, 117x81cm. Third element: Humidity-Rain, Verlag f neuzeitl. Work equipment, 60s, 80x116cm. Native songbirds, Graser / Eßlingen, panel no. 9,98x65cm, some stickers. Development of life, Jaeger-Hannover, 1960s, top card, I discussed it when I was 5 years old, also hangs in the Natural History Museum in Berlin 161x225cm. Development of a raised bog in Lower Saxony, Ministry of Food Agriculture, 71x91cm. First element of the weather: Temperatur, Verlag f neuzeitl. History of mankind, Jaeger-Verlag Hannover, top copy, 159x212cm. History of mankind 2nd part, Jaeger-Verlag, 172x216cm. Gothic 2, Westermann style table, approx. Lively citizen customer T2, Hagemann, 116x81cm, somewhat defective. Lively Citizenship T7, Hagemann, 117x82cm. Lively Citizenship T9, Hagemann, 116x82cm. Natural atomic decay, Klett, 1955, 84x115cm. Latest history T1: The Empire The Weimar Republic, some paper off the top, 116x83cm. Oil plants Vegetable oils Margarine, approx. The result is paper, 118x80cm. History frieze T1, 3000 BC – 711 AD, 120x82cm. Sensation and control by the nervous system, Hagemann, upper rod completely off, 168x114cm. Our weather, Westermann, 1971, 211x172cm. Change of the earth’s surface by external forces, Verlag f neuzeitl. Wetterzeichen, Verlag f modern times. Number range up to 500, Albogast / Otterbach Rörake, 178x39cm. Second element of the weather: The air pressure, Verlag f neuzeitl. Norwegian fjord landscape, Westermann picture cards, 72x52cm. East and Southeast Asia, Westermann, 6A. 1967, Sakhalin completely on top, approx. The empire of Charlemagne, 768-814, Westermann, 1zu2Mio, 3 side cards 6/2/2 Mio, without heading, 205x124cm. Agaric mushrooms and other species, Volk und Wissen 1982, 64x93cm, metal bars. Birth process, German Hygiene Inst. Dresden, 1 half-round rod is missing, 82x115cm. Earthworm, people and knowledge, wooden sticks, 80x114cm. Rosengewächs (sweet cherry), people and knowledge, upper rod away!!! Wooden rods below, 82x113cm. Table for weather observation, PGH Leipzig, Schifertuch roll card, reverse blue linen, heavy approx. 5kg, wooden bars, 110x128cm. Asia – political / historical, Westermann 1972, 3A, main card 9Mio, all NK 15Mio, metal bars, 209x192cm. The Holy Land, Jensen Jeha, NK Jerusalem, Bible map, above right small error, 122x165cm. The Soviet Union of the Present, Velhagen & Klasing 1961, 1zu5Mio, 194x133cm. Israel and its Arab neighbors, JPD, 1zu1Mio, top, 2A088, 194x134cm. The career of the German people, produced until 1945, Gotha Justus Perthes, 1 to 1.5 million, glued, physical wall atlas, 233x165cm. Bavaria, Wenschow relief map, 1st or 2nd edition, without heading, damage to Ingolstadt and Pilsen etc. Nevertheless incredibly detailed in the scale 1 to 200T, 220x197cm. East Germany, Flemmings Hamburg, 1zu450T, a bit defective in the heading, 170x165cm. Southern Germany, Wenschow, with foiling, so the flash light reflects that way, but it can also be written on with a real pen, great, not smooth, 234x159cm. Apennine Peninsula, Westermann, 14A, 1968, top condition, 154x185cm. Denmark, Westermann, 1zu300,000, crazy big, 1964, NK Greenland 3M, Fäerör 2M, North Atlantic 9M, the back of the linen completely painted, front ok, 210x192cm. The Roman Empire, Westermann, 1 to 2.5 million, 1968, 1 hole under R, otherwise top, 210x197cm. The upheaval of Europe in the 20th century, harms 2A. 4×4.25 million, the death crosses alone are impressive and make you very thoughtful, deaths according to statistics in 1964, today there are 5 million dead German Wehrmacht members alone, over 20 cm above the top, approx 238 x 176 cm. The mission of Europe, Becker, top, 196x164cm. The unification of Europe, around 1992, Westermann, 4×6.5Mio, 138x194cm. Europe, relief map, Knoll Vlotho, top, molded soft plastic, so that all mountains are shown exaggerated, 1zu3Mio, all geographic terms in German, 214x153cm. Europe in the 14th century, Westermann, 1zu1.75Mio, NK3M, ok, 1962, 203x132cm. Fully ok, 1 to 3,800,000, 1982, 145x134cm. Geological map of Central Europe, Westermann, 1975, 1zu900,000, top condition, 202x176cm. Italy, Westermann, 1zu600.000, 1968, great condition, 194x208cm. Ostsiedlung-Kreuzzüge-Hanse, BeckerHamburg, 1zu2Mio, great condition, 206x167cm. Southeast Europe, Haack for JPD, 1962, 2A. In the Ionian Sea on a white spot 1x sticker, otherwise top, 1 to 750,000, 180x180cm. Alliance systems of the world, Westermann, 3x1zu25Mio, top, 1976, about 130x210cm. The world in the 19th Century, Velagen & Klasing, 1961, 2x 1zu21.5Mio, from Putzger page 108/109, top, 137x187cm. World deposits of coal, iron, crude oil, gold and uranium, Westermann, 1zu18Mio, 1961, 4A. NK 9M, top, 183x117cm. Construction of the Federal Republic of Germany, Hagemann, defective torn out top right, clip for the photo, 117x77cm. Our earth in space, Jaeger, without a heading, ok, 179x169cm. Female genital organs, people and knowledge, Metallstäbung, 1988, 80x112cm. Rhenish-Westphalian industrial area, Flemmings, 50,000, top condition, 219x160cm. Formation of modern states, Flemmings, 4×4.5Mio, approx. Overview map of the Greater German Reich, mounted on cardboard, no sticks, water-stained, torn, full of holes, stained, tactical entries in pencil from the period up to April possibly May 1945, among it Kessel Breslau, Seelower Höhen, Halbe, Stettin, Hamburg, so concrete front lines and positions, no Nazi symbolism, map production itself approx. Central Europe, Wenschow relief map, good, creased, glued, 4th edition, 190x176cm, 1 to 750,000. German Democratic Republic, 1zu350,000, Haack-Gotha 1985, 10 holes!!! 122x169cm, otherwise smooth and not otherwise battered. Central Europe, 1zu900.000, Westermann, top, 1x pencil line in the Baltic Sea, without foil without sticker, 1969, 210x226cm. Industry and traffic map of the Rhenish-Westphalian industrial area, VIS Brass Düsseldorf, all large companies with more than 200 employees listed, approx. Berlin general city plan, Mairs, 1zu30,000, something out of the aluminum rod above, 135x95cm, out of date, historical. District map Steglitz, Höpfel / Sypet, 1zu4000, 183x204cm. Black city map Berlin, 1zu25000, film above, otherwise great, 196x137cm, out of date, historical. Black city map of Greater Berlin, 1 to 25,000, out of date, historical, defects, 199x138cm. Steglitz administrative district, von Höpfel Berlin, 1zu5000, 155x164cm. Europa, harms, List, 1zu2.8Mio, without heading, probably after 1953, glued, 208x174cm. Eastern Europe after 30 years. Kriege, Westermann, without heading, main card 1zu1Mio, NK 3.5Mio, sticker, 195x123cm. Mediterranean countries and the Middle East, Westermann, 1zu2Mio, glued, beautiful motif, 270x148cm!! From the Roman Empire to the Carolingian Empire, Flemmings, 4×4.5Mio, 2. A, although the paper was cracked at the top, later almost everything was foiled, lower rod crooked, 204x156cm. Contemporary history, Flemmings, 2.25 million to 9 million, from WW1, after 1957, sticker, otherwise great, 207x168cm. Middle East, Haack for JPD, top, approx. Western Asia and India, Westermann, 4Mio, 1961, without heading, wavy, glued, 194x145cm. Germany, harms, List, 1zu700T, probably from the 50s, 186x199cm, a lot of patina. Germany, Wenschow, 1zu600T, 8A. NK 3Mio, crazy large card, some loose paper at Lübben, 246×166. Germany, mining and industry, harms List, 1zu900T, 1st edition, sticker, 153x115cm. Germany-Political Overview, Westermann, 1973, 2nd edition, top, 200x189cm. Endangered Environment, Hagemann, 1972, top preservation, 160x106cm. Large and small forms of the earth’s surface T3 Das Meer, Tellus-Verlag, lower rod completely loose, 118x81cm. Dutch polder landscape, made from original photos by KLM, Der Neue Schulmann Stuttgart, Fricke-Stuttgart, 88x60cm. Mecklenburg Lake District, somewhat defective, approx. Renaissance 1, Westermann style table, cracked, approx. Romanesque, Westermann style table, a bit faulty, c. Africa, Westermann, top received, 1965, 8A. Africa, JPD, top received, 1977, 5A. Afrika-Wirtschaft, Westermann, 1zu6,5Mio, 1989, small sticker below the legend, bars are straight! South America, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 6Mio, 1982, 3A. Top, without sticker, 1 hole at Justus, 160x200cm. Asia, harms Paul List Verlag, 1zu6Mio, approx. 1960s, without heading, approx. 194 wide, and 217 high. Asia, JPD, top received 1992, 6 million, 198 wide, 227cm high. South Asia, Wenschow / List, 1zu4Mio, 2A. Still with East Pakistan, slightly cracked at the heading, 237cm x 166cm. Türkiye, Bakis Mehmet Ardos, 1zu1,6Mio, 1980, Turkish production? Cracked in the middle, approx. 109cm wide and 76cm high. Federal Republic of Germany, Klett Perthes, 1997, 1zu650T, above left 30cm from the stick, RS mute, 112x155cm. NK the Deutsche Zollinigung, 195x207cm, the shadow of a tree photographed!! Germany: Federal Republic of Germany and GDR, JP Darmstadt, 1zu830T, 1986, 5A. A bit cracked at the bottom, 99x120cm. Brandenburg-Prussia until 1807, JP Darmstadt, 1zu750T, 1961, 1A. Southern Germany, JP Darmstadt, 1zu200T, 1973, 1A. In excellent condition, approx. Alpenländer, JP Darmstadt, 1zu450T, 1974, sticker near Marseille, otherwise great, 216x162cm. Mairs, just great, could be the 80s or 90s, 215cm x 59cm, just decorate the apartment, very detailed. Formation and decline of the medieval empire, Flemmings, 4×4.5Mio, approx. British Isles, harms Paul List, 1zu700T, everything in English!!! Without a heading, glued on top, creased, 175x200cm. Europe, Wenschow, 1zu3Mio, glued, somewhat cracked, 205x154cm. Europe 1871 to 1914, Haack 1978, metal bars, paper top left def. Europe in the Younger Stone Age, JP Darmstadt, 3Mio, 1966, in excellent condition, 195x135cm. 1970, several spots, 146x134cm. Northern Europe, Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 1zu1Mio, 1969, 1 sticker above, some in the Baltic Sea, crazy map, rare in the scale!!! 190cm wide and 224cm high! Economic area Europe, Westermann, after 1992, since there was no longer a Soviet Union, 1 to 3.25 million, 228x156cm. The Pacific-Atlantic area, JP Darmstadt, 1zu12Mio, 1A? . 1968, fully foiled, therefore writable, almost top, 269x168cm. Die Erde, JP Darmstadt, 1zu24Mio, 1979, 9A. Dusty, spotty in the Pacific and Atlantic and South Pole, otherwise ok, not as big as other world maps with me, still great, fits everywhere, 139x84cm the pure canvas plus wooden sticks. Erdmond, Haack, Metallstäbung, front in the word itself 1 hole, back, 1zu8Mio, 163x106cm. Physical world map, JP Darmstadt, 1zu12Mio!!! 1974, wood stiffening, 1 defect in Canada, 1 defect in the heading, 4 entries in the Pacific, good copy, whoever buys this should have SPACE for it, 269x169cm. Tellus History Frieze No. Africa: The New States after 1945, JPD, 7Mio, 1A. The States of Africa, JPD, 10Mio, 1974, 4th A. The Development of the United States in the 19th and 20th century, JPD, 2.5Mio, 1A. Flashcard of South America, JPD, 6Mio, 1A. North America, JPD, 6Mio, 1979, 3A. Can be written on with chalk or something like that, 163x198cm, great. Asia: Economy, harms, 1A. 8 million, still with Stalingrad, cracked top left, 158x116cm. Asia climate and vegetation, Haack license, for Westermann, almost top, wavy, 15 million, 219x160cm. The empire of Alexander the Great, JPD, 2.5Mio, 1956, 1 information. Otherwise great, large edition, 218x119cm. The empire of Alexander the Great, JPD, 2.75 million, 1966, cracked over the top, otherwise great, small edition, 199x109cm. The realm of Aleexander the Great Diadochin Empire, Velhagen & Klasing, 3Mio, 1961/1967, NK5.8Mio, 194x149cm. The Orient and Front India, Gothaer production 1953, without heading, c. 6 stickers in the indicator, 3 on top, otherwise good, 216x148cm. The Cultural Realms of the Ancient Orient, JPD, 2.75Mio, 2A. The Soviet Union after 1939, JPD, 4.8Mio, 1A. East Asia, Harms List, 2.5Mio, 3A. Soviet Union administrative division, Wenschow, 4Mio, 1A. Almost top, 1 small. Hole at the bottom, 241x165cm. South Asia, Haack, heading def. Cracked on the left, dirty on the right, top colors, Haack for JPD, 183x192cm. South Asia, Wenschow, List, 4Mio, top, 231xca. JPD, 1 hole Seeland DK, otherwise great, 195x209cm. 1972, JPD, kink in DK, top, 195x207cm. Germany Großraumkarte, Verlag Neuzeitl. Work equipment, 1 to 500,000!!! Plastic work card, creased top left, 275x191cm, attention: note size. 1969, almost top, 154x215cm. Central Europe after the First World War Weimar Republic, Velhagen and Klasing, 875T, 1961, cracked above above heading, otherwise great, 194x143cm. German democratic industry, mining, etc. Industry, Haack Gotha, 1zu250T, 1963, 163x230cm. Map of the district of Melle, 25T Verlag Hink, Hanover, before regional reform, cracked, missing parts, painted, black, 103x88cm. Flashcard of North Rhine-Westphalia, JPD, 150T, around 1964, everything Braun on the left, entries, wrinkled on the right, 191x196cm. Lower Saxony, Flemmings Hamburg, 1zu200T, small damage, 190x158cm. Northern Germany, Flemmings, 1zu600T, Aufkl. North Germany, JPD, 1zu450T, some stickers in the “water”, hanging freely somehow warped, hanging on the wall looks a bit better, 269x165cm. Austria-Eastern Alps, Freytag-Berendt, 1zu300T, 1963, below right 3 and left 1 sticker, at Steyr 1 label, 1 label at heading, 232x190cm. Schleswig-Holstein, Flemmings, 1zu150T, 3 large tears, at the bottom min. British Isles, Haack Gotha, 750T, 1962, cracked headline, otherwise ok, 149x176cm. Classical Greece, JPD, 1zu500T, 2A. The empire of Charlemagne (814) – disintegration of the Carolingian empire, Velhagen & Klasing, 1.6Mio, 1966, top, 183x146cm. The Roman Empire, JPD, 2Mio, 1A. 1971, great condition, 256x171cm. The European Revolutions, Flemmings, 3Mio, 28pictures, top, 187x194cm. The Hanse, JPD, 1.2Mio, 1A. Migration of Nations, JPD, 2Mio, 1967, 1 sticker strip above, approx. Europe, JPD, 3Mio, 1968, 5A. Lower left slightly def. Otherwise top, 1 sticker white Russia, 205x186cm. Europe large area map, Verlag Neuzeitl. Work equipment, 2.5 million!!! Foiled, 40cm out at the bottom right, 1 SWE one hole, 270x180cm. Europe in the 8th century, Haack for JPD, 1zu3Mio, probably revised, thus not 1st edition by Perthes, top, 1963, 196x160cm. Europe in the 12th Century, Haack Gotha, 1956, 1zu3Mio, headline totally cracked, otherwise great, probably corresponds to the pre-war version by Perthes, 198x160cm. Europe in the 13th / 14th Century, Haack for JPD, 1963, 1zu3Mio, 4 small bumps in the Atlantic, top, 197x160cm. Europe in the 16th century, Haack for JPD, 1963, top, 1zu 3Mio, 198x160cm. Europe in the 17th century, Haack for JPD, 1970, 1zu3Mio, top, 198x163cm. Europe in the 18th Century, Haack Gotha, 1zu3Mio, 1956, upper rod from, above everything is defective, 198x160cm. Europe in the High Middle Ages (around 1000), Velhagen & Klasing, 1zu2.5Mio, 1967, 194x142cm. Europe in the XXth century, Flemmings, 4×4.5Mio, sticker above, almost very good ex. Europe in the 20th century, foot railway, 4×4.5 million, approx. 1954, without heading, slightly def. At the top, 207x158cm. Europe in the age of absolutism (around 1740), Velhagen & Klasing, 2.5Mio, 1965, great, painted in pencil in the Adriatic Sea, 193x150cm. Europe in the age of Napoleon (1812), Velhagen & Klasing, 2.55Mio, above heading def. Europe after the Congress of Vienna in 1815, Velhagen & Klasing, 2.55Mio, 1961, top, 192x148cm. Europe before the First World War (1914), Velhagen & Klasing, 2.55Mio, 1961, top, 192x152cm. Europe at the time of the French Revolution and the Napoleonic Wars, Haack for JPD, 1zu3Mio, 1968, top, 198x163cm. Europe, geological overview, Haack Gotha, 1zu3Mio, approx. 1963 possible, wooden bars, 206x187cm. 1968, no stickers, 146x135cm. France and the Benelux countries, Haack for JPD, 750T, 1961, margins slightly def. Main picture top, 155x191cm. Gallia, JPD, 750T, ok, after 1953, 165x144cm. Graecia, JPD, probably 375T, without heading, 148x156cm. Greek culture in antiquity, Westermann, 2x4Mio, 1959, 1 sticker, 210x192cm. Italy and Southeast Europe, Wenschow, 1zu1Mio, without heading, glued, more than 11 stickers, 223x163cm. Central and Western Europe at the time of the Stauffer Italein around 10. Century, Velhagen & Klasing, 1.5 million, 206x155cm. Eastern Central Europe, JPD, 750T, 1A? 1970, probably top, 190x200cm. Spain and Portugal, Haack for JPD, top part, 1zu750T, 1966, 206x169cm. Southeast Europe, Flemmings, 1.7 million, rod below almost completely loosened, 137x95cm. Western Europe, Wenschow List, 1zu1Mio, 4A. Western Europe, JPD, 1zu2Mio, 3A. 1967, sticker at Helgoland, almost top, 158x211cm. North polar area South polar area, Wenschow, 10Mio, 3A each. Population of the earth, Wenschow List, 4x 1zu30Mio, at the time the Soviet Union has 243MioEW. The construction elements of the earth, Westermann, 1zu18Mio, 1965, NK 6Mio, top, 202x12cm, what is meant is: water, volcanoes, folds result in the continent structures, coal panels, embankments, volcanic formations etc. The earth Orbit wall map, Westermann, 1971, 1zu20Mio, heading defective, in front of Ceylon defective, otherwise good, 196x130cm. The states of the world, Westermann, 1zu18Mio, 11A. 1965, 4 notifications, good copy, 202x121cm. The world from 1789 – 1914, Westermann, 1zu18Mio, 1959, top, 202x133cm. New order of the world in the 20th Century, List, 1zu20Mio, half heading, wavy, sticker, 174x186cm. Physical map of the world, Wenschow, 15Mio, without heading, without borders,, glued, cracked, ok, 214x138cm. Modern world history, Flemmings, 1zu35Mio, approx. 1955, from 1450 1650 1830 1914 1955, glued, without heading, 203x152cm. World: Alliances of the Present and World Communism, JPD, 1zu16Mio, 1A. Flashcard of Asia, JPD, 1zu6Mio, 1A. 1965, top, not foiled, 172x185cm. Orient and Indian Front, Haack Gotha for JPD, 3Mio, 1967, top, 216x157cm. Europe in the 16th Century, Westermann, 2.5 million, NK religious division 2.5 million, Russia 5 million, above something def. Germany, JPD, 1zu1Mio, 1964, above right and miitel li defective, etc. Political classification, according to border location from 1937, nice detailed representation, 128x99cm. North Rhine-Westphalia through the ages, Jaeger-Verlag, 1zu450T, 6 plates, from Roman times Germanic peoples to Ruhrkessel 1945, bottom right by repainting the stick of paper sticky torn when unrolling, ok, 145x183cm. Germanic Vökerwanderung 200-600 nZ Westermann, 1to3Mio, very good, approx. 183x112cm, with WestG blue. Germany in the 19th century (W37), Flemmings, 1 to 800,000, headline cracked, stuck, 194x158cm, top map content!! Federal Republic – origin a. Construction (S53), Flemmings, 1zu1Mio, approx. 1969, 1x3Mio, good, glued, 139x188cm. Das Alte Italien (G64), Westermann, 1zu900.000, 1974, Rome’s way to domination, NK 1,5M before the Celtic invasion, NK4M fight between Rome and Carthage, NK 900T Das Frühhe Rom, 207x128cm, probably top. Central Europe in the 16th Century (C13) Westermann, 1965, 3A. 1.5 million, NK 750T, 199x135cm, great condition. German-speaking countries, Europe and the world, Steinberger boots, 35 million 6 million 1.7 million, half rods mounted, so no hooks mounted, 115x152cm, great. Scandinavia (EM47), Wenschow 3A. 1 to 1Mio, 2NK, at the top a bit more wrinkled,, 166x211cm. Africa (67 turquoise) Wenschow, 6 million, probably before 1962, cracked Zambezi tip and in front of Cape Horn, sticker, 160x153cm. South America (S98), harms, 5Mio, glued, good, 182x214cm. The Biblical Lands (S34), Haack Gotha 1957, 2Mio, 300T, 125T, 8T, 80T, 450T, 217x159cm. Eurasia (SC162), Wenschow, 6 million, wrinkled, ok, 213x211cm. Displaced from their homeland, Schropp’s contemporary studies, 1 cross means 60,000 dead, 1 figure means 60,000 Germans who have arrived alive in West and Central Germany or people who were moved to Soviet Russia, most of them between 1945 and 1950.. Our home – our neighbors (DE7), state center for home service, can Hessian Bavarian etc. Be, still at the time of the Federal Ministry for Expellees, ok, sticker, 1zu700T, approx. Wall map on the German history of the 17th century, Germany in the 17th century (HD5), Gaebler Verlag Lang in Leipzig, around 1900, 1zu800T, without heading, totally cracked, 5x side maps each 5Mio, 4Mio, 8Mio, USA East Coast New York etc. Baden-Württemberg Physical overview (W75), Westermann, 1983, 250,000, 97x134cm. German Democratic Republic (109 purple), Haack Gotha, 1962, 1zu250,000, a lot of small damage, 165x230cm. Geology Southwest Germany (W72), harms, 1zu200,000, top, 1 sticker above, across, 151x176cm. Hamburg (HD71) Jensen-Verlag, 1zu20,000, almost top, 1 strip 1 tear on the top right, 199x185cm. Hamburg (M14) city center 129x156cm. Hamburgs will (HD68) 1 to 25,000, with Allen incorporations with year, NK 1 to 100T, top, 198x139cm. British Isles (HD60), harms, 1zu700T, not so good above, there are cracks and spots, 173x217cm. The New Era – Germany in a state of dissolution (W63), Stockmann’s history card no. 4, with stickers, 140x93cm. The States of Europe (HD174), Justus Perthes Darmstadt, 1zu6Mio, 1972, 4A. More detailed than the post-turnaround editions, stains below, defective on the left and right, 103x94cm. The trains and empires of the Great Germanic Era (RU72), Gaebler Lang Leipzig, this publishing house went bankrupt as early as 1930, 2.5 million, von Radig, 168x120cm + fabric + rods. Europa (HD9), Haack Gotha, 1979, 1zu3Mio, cracked, missing parts, sheet metal rods, 213x183cm. Krummsteller, he drew maps for Westermann in the 1930s and early 1940s, no date noted on the map, 1zu3Mio, 182x116cm. Europe at the time of the Hohenstaufen (NN247), Westermann, 2.5 million, 3x additional cards, the empire of Frederick 1st, crusader states, approx. France (OB8), Westermann, 1zu600.000, 6A 1967, several stickers among others near Paris and Lille, 207x196cm. Central Europe (HD74), Flemming, printing in Bremen after 1945, license from Gotha: Justus Perthes, they were probably no longer allowed to print the map themselves between 45-52, but it’s your Germany map, see catalog 1935, below black color, small damage, 196×199. The career of the United States up to 1783 (BW2) JPD 1A 1965, 1 sticker at the top across and 1 sticker at the top in the middle to the Upper Lake, reinforced edges at the top right and left, top, 195×132 Indian tribes of the time registered! South America politically historical (NN38) Westermann 1977, 6Mio, 4 side cards a 12Mio, 184x199cm. Australia: Economy (BW7) harms, 7.5 million, 1 edition, almost top, except for 1 crack at WIRTSCHAFT, 139x97cm. Gaul, Germania and Britain in Roman times (BW6) JPD, 1zu1Mio, 1A 1969, North and Baltic Sea stickers, and further south another 9 transparent stickers, do not remove! But possibly Cut off loose material with a cutter, 136x173cm. South America (BW1) Wenschow, 2nd edition, 6 million, cracked at the top, Mato Grosso and Maranhao slightly defective, more detailed than most of the other manufacturers, also the 7.5 million variant by Wenschow is kept simple. Das Deutsche Recht (ME94) Lippa Verlag, series The German East and Europe, slightly creased, 119x80cm. Die Cistercienser (NF34) Lippa Verlag, same series as 567. Top, with cord, 117x80cm. Germany 1789 and Europe up to 1815 (S50) Westermann, 750T, 1953, NK 2.5M and 6M, glued etc. Germany (ED13) Flemming Hamburg under license from JPGotha, 1 to 750,000, huge defects, hung upside down for the photo!!! 198x206cm, for years the only 750 map showing the East in detail in German after the war. Schwann’s school wall maps No3 Palestina at the moment… (ED9) Schwann, Düsseldorf, defective, 199x118cm. United States (S78) JPD, 1A. 1965, 3.5 million, glued, 138x95cm. Africa: Economy (NF38) harms, 7.5 million, 2 edition, 3 corners cracked, 97x136cm. Europe in the age of Napoleon 1. (NF12) GJP, so produced before 1945, because the lower rod was repainted and rolled up right away, it is glued, therefore only rolled out up to 128cm! Stickers everywhere, nevertheless great, 1zu3Mio, 186×128 + Xcm. Economy in Europe (NF2) JPD, 1954, at the top a bit defective in the heading, otherwise good, 1zu3Mio, 212x158cm. Europa Wirtschaft (NF8) harms, probably 1950s, 2.5Mio, 2. Creased, stained on top, no stickers, almost top, 219x164cm. Europe states population density economy (SB605) Jensen Hamburg, 2 million, next to the heading a bit cracked, 1 sticker above, 190x194cm, probably from the 50s. United States (FR18), J. Perthes Darmstadt 1970, 2nd edition, 1 to 2.5 million, great condition, smaller information. Near Winnipeg and to the right of it, then in Ontario and New Brunschwig, the largest US map I know, 94x134cm. Africa (W17), harms, 1zu 5Mio! Without heading, glued, 50s or 60s, 185x185cm. Die Erde – Orbit-Wandkarte (NN301) GLA Sweden for Westermann, 1zu 20Mio, 1971, top condition, except for the school operation these green edge reinforcements and in the headline area a foil, because frequent rolling up usually causes typical damage to such maps, approx. Have, the one offered here is not foiled. Africa (SB666) Wenschow, 7.5 million, cracked, sticker, 108x116cm. Industry (D8), Haack, metal rods, linen, a bit cracked above, otherwise ok, 6Mio, 1968, 159x180cm. Africa, The Colonial Division up to 1939 (NN7), JPD, 1969, approx. North Africa (SB313), Haack for JPD, 3Mio, 1968, top except 45cm heading defective, and top right 5cm out, 1 sticker above across, 279x170cm. America North America South America (SB318) Jensen, each 1 to 5 million, side map USA 15 million, Titanic April 12, 1912 Columbus xxx1492, great, 242x147cm. Flashcard of North America (SB459), JPD, 6 million, 1 edition 1966, fly dirt, 133x163cm. New York (FG44), Westermann, 1962, 1 to 40,000, wooden bars, 109x136cm, top decoration for your apartment, your office. North America orbit wall map (SL139), GLA Sweden for Westermann, 1973, 1zu6Mio, cracked above, sticker above, otherwise great, 140x172cm. North America: Economy (NF40), harms, 7.5 million, new edition, top very defective, 97x136cm. South America: Northern part of Brazil and neighboring countries (SL88), Westermann, 1967, 1. Edition, 1 to 3Mio!!! Slightly cracked over the heading, wrapped in foil, writable, top, 182x199cm, detailed photo not of this card. South America: Southern part of La Plata countries (SL60), Westermann, 1967, 1st edition, there was also a 2nd edition in 1975, 1 to 3 million!!! Cracked over the heading, otherwise top, wrapped with it, writable, detailed photo from another map, Inset map Antarctica 9Mio, 130x196cm. Southeast Asia, China and Japan (SL11) JPD, 3.5Mio, 1A. Enlighten north Hong Kong, fly dirt, 196x228cm. The Earth’s atmosphere 2 heat transport through ocean currents (NU193) JPD, 1A 1963, top and edge compression left, 1zu30Mio. Christianity in the world (NU4), Becker Hamburg probably 1960s, almost top, 234x157cm. Population density of the earth (SB405) Westermann, 1967, 2. 1 to 15 million, 1 not. Equator, side map 45Mio, 237x140cm. The earth-political (14 turquoise) Westermann, 1zu15Mio, 18. The states of the world (SB1) JPD 1zu16Mio, 1968, hole, above defective, over 45cm, below 1 small defect, 198x126cm. 1983, ok, strongly glued, 269x167cm. The western hemisphere – Atlantic continents (NU125) harms 1st edition, 1 to 10 million, wrinkled at the top and sticker to Greenland, 210x165cm. Plant distribution and cultivation conditions on earth (SB781) Westermann 1zu30Mio, top condition, 124x90cm. Political structure of the earth (RU5) Flemming, 1zu17Mio, 50s, above defective, at 3.3 billion People, you can get that out! North America politico-historical (NN30) Westermann, 6Mio 3x8Mio 2x12Mio, 1975, 5A. USA – Becoming a Great Power (W20) Flemming, 1zu3.3Mio, without heading, 165x199cm. Economy of USA Economy of USA (OB40) JPD, 1to2.5Mio, 1A. 1966, top, 1 Aufkl. Asia Groups of countries Economic focus Population density (SB367) Jensen, 1zu5Mio, 50s-early 60s, light damage above, otherwise good, 186x192cm. Picture map of the Holy Land The life of Jesus (HD121) Becker, glued at the bottom, therefore not completely rolled out, 120x161cm. The States of Asia (S41) JPD, 1 to 12.5 million 1965, 1A. Top, edges slightly bumped or creased, 93x109cm. Japan and Korea (BE1) JPD, 1A. 1982, 1 to 1 million, approx. 4 stickers and 2 cracks glued, 200x191cm. Eastern hemisphere political (SB104) Gaebler Lang Leipzig, approx. 1925, sticker, wavy, without heading, German East Africa etc. Repainted, 1 to 12 million, 181x170cm. Soviet Union World Power in Europe and Asia (NU58) harms, 2. 1 to 7.5 million, top center 3 cracks, ok, 241x174cm. Soviet Union: Economy (SB284) V&K, 1zu4Mio, 1 Aufkl. On the lower bar, slightly dirty at the bottom, small damage in the headline, good copy, 232x160cm. Federal Republic of Germany – physically (SL143) Westermann, 1993, 500,000, wavy underneath with a sticker, 138x201cm. Federal Republic of Germany – Political (ME76) Westermann, 1990, 500,000, no longer smooth, but ok, 137x201cm. The Third Reich National Socialism in Greater Germany (SB582) Becker, possibly smooth 1zu1Mio, wavy due to foiling, but therefore writable, 215x151cm. Great, unfortunately blurry picture made, 222x185cm. Sticker above, slightly wavy, 195x207cm. Germany since 1871: From unification to division (W29) Perthes JPD, 1zu1,2Mio, 1A. 1982, top, 1 typical enl. Stripes across the top, 222x185cm. Germany’s development in the course of its history (BE6) Biner, Aachen or Fusbahn, Bücke, different scales, 9 maps from 925 to approx. 1933, edited by Dr. Tappe, defective, no rod on the bottom, can send one on request, please repair it yourself. School wall map German Empire (SB581) Columbus, 1zu800,000, approx. Printed in 1939, retouched for school service after the war to before 1938, concerns Protectorate, Alsace, Lorraine, Sudeten areas, Memelland, without the Oder-Neisse line, cracked at the top, 201x183cm. Wall map on German history from 1125 to 1273 Staufische Kaiser (SB193) Gaebler Lang Leipzig, the publisher with the claim to produce the best school wall maps in the world, went bankrupt in 1935, restored, Aufkl. Without heading, 1zu1Mio, NK 2.5Mio, 160x194cm. Wall map on German history from 911 to 1125 Saxon and Frankish emperors (SB655) Gaebler Lang Leipzig, produced before 1935, 6th edition, with the German Empire, Kingdom of Italy and Burgundy, side map of the 1st crusade, 137x196cm. Industry in Lower Saxony Südl. Part (SB622) Störmer, 1 to 75,000, wavy through clipping. Cracked, 2nd map glued to the case, 162x187cm. The mouth of the Ruhr Duisburg-Oberhausen-Mülheim (SB652) Bellemann, 1 to 15,000, top, 140x182cm. The Harz and its foreland (SB466) Störmer, 1 to 75,000, PVC, good, wrinkled at the top, 185×180. German home in the east (SB455) Westermann, 1zu1Mio. 1952, many side maps, very detailed, 131×78. Deutsche Ostsiedlung (EM52) V&K, 1961, 1zu900.000, above wide sticker, 138x190cm. Free State of Braunschweig (SB608) Westermann, probably from the’30s, 1 in 100,000, without dates, above restored, repainted, without heading, 179x136cm. Harzvorland (SB562) Störmer, 1zu75,000, 1957, the glueing of the individual plastic prints is bad in the top center, 162x186cm. Map of Vestes Recklinghausen (SB407) Mildenberger, 1zu25,000, paper, no linen, 196x158cm. District Recklinghausen (SB667) Lindenhof, 1zu35,000, rubber card, top, 128x124cm. Flashcard of Baden-Württemberg (SL142) Perthes JPD, 1963, 1. Flashcard of Lower Saxony and Bremen (RU75) Perthes JPD, 1964 1. Central and Eastern Germany (HD46) Wenschow, 1zu400,000, 3. 1955, side cards 3Mio, a bit creased, good, 242x170cm. Lower Saxony (SB443) Wenschow, 1 to 250,000, 1 sticker on top, cracked, 134x132cm. Lower Saxony the land on Mittelweser and Leine (SB795) Stockmann, 1zu285,000 and 4 photos, among it Max and Moritz, top right 10cm defect, 139x96cm. North Rhine-Westphalia (SB141) Störmer, 1zu150.000, foil, thus writable, back side mute card, top, 169x172cm. Osnabrück administrative district (ME62) Flemming, 1zu80,000, side card 500,000, sticker above, 168x169cm. Suisse Switzerland Svizzera (F13) Kümmerly Eidgen. Land stop Bern, 11A. Left slight damage, 1 to 200,000, 205x143cm. Columbus school wall map of the Balkan Peninsula (46 red) Columbus, 1zu1Mio, probably after WWII, 139x164cm. The Counter Reformation (S95) Becker, probably from the 1960s, 204x164cm. The Germanische Völkerwanderung (RU51) Flemming, 1zu3Mio, probably 50s, wavy, glued, without heading, 198x147cm. Europa (NU112) Flemming, 1zu3Mio, probably from the 50s, without headline, sticker on top and in the middle, paper detached in Ukraine, please glue, very detailed, not like many other producers, 206x153cm. Europe in the 10th century (OL49) Haack, 1957, 1zu3Mio, Haack-Hertzberg series, cracked at the top, otherwise great, 198x160cm. Europe in the 15th Century (NU65) Westermann, 1968, 3. Rules, small hole on the top left, almost top, 204x133cm. Europe in the time of the Ottonen and Salier (SB588) Westermann, 1.5 million, side cards 4.5 million and 1.5 million, 4th edition, 1966, above defect, sticker, 204x134cm. Europe map of the ground cover (SL56) GLA Sweden for Westermann, 1969, 1zu3. Mio, slightly cracked over heading, 2 typical sticker strips above and below. Imperium Romanum (SB5) Haack for Perthes JPD, 1960s, ok, 198x170cm, all in Latin!! Central Europe (SB467) Perthes JPD, 1zu750.000, sticker, creased, without a heading, just a few years ago such a wall map was simply called Germany, 195x208cm. Central Europe (SB583) Wenschow, 4th A. 1zu1Mio, sticker and wavy, 235x175cm. Central Europe from 1914 to today (SB89) Westermann, 2A. Without sticker, great condition, 206x200cm. Mediterranean countries (NU84) harms, 1zu2Mio, probably from the’60s, great condition, typical strip of film on top, 224x152cm. Paris (SL3) Westermann, 5A. 1972, main card 1zu40,000, subsidiary card 1zu10,000, Cartes Murales, each 1 typical sticker strip above and below, 109x133cm. Rome and Carthage The Roman Empire at the time of Caesar (NU67) V&K, 1967, 1.75 million and 3.285 million, in the Putzger page 23-25, above sticker strips, 167x212cm. Spain and Portugal (SL80) Perthes JPD, 1zu750,000, 1A. 1971, originally wrapped in foil, almost top, very slightly cracked above the headline at UND, 195x168cm. Economic performance and trade links in the EEC a. EFTA (SB106) Flemming, 2.5Mio, very good, above 2 labels. 8 side cards, around the 1960s, 197x189cm. Geology of the Earth (NU40) Perthes JPD, 1zu16Mio, inset map paleogeographic map of the jura, very good, 199x132cm. Flashcard of Africa (G81) Perthes JPD, 1zu6Mio, writable through foiling, stickable, but also wavy, 1A. South America: Economy (NF39) harms, 1zu7.5Mio, new edition from the probably 1960s, top very defective, 96x136cm. Australia and Oceania (H3) Wenschow, 1zu6Mio, 3rd edition, except for the sticker above everything is good, 239x166cm. Rheinisch-Westfälisches industrial area (SL48) Wenschow, 1 to 75,000, almost top, 2 sticker strips above and below, 244x168cm. 1zu2500, top left tear, for everyone, the Elm Lappwald Dorm Hasenwinkel Danndorf Heese-Berg etc. Knows, Reichsautobahn Reichsstrasse, the authors did not yet know the Basic Law of the FRG. China – From Manchurian to the People’s Republic (WU45) Flemming, 4x6Mio, approx. 1933, aluminum stencil, almost top, Riukiu islands still US-occupied, 1 hole in the 2nd card index near Manchuria, 194x135cm. The Middle East and the Israeli-Arab conflict since 1948 (WU61) V&K, 1.850Mio, 1970, side map 1.123Mio, a little cracked in the heading near Israel, above 1 sticker, 196x140cm. Turkey (SB906) Alexander map by Klett, 1989, 1.3 million, RS physical, VS silent black, aluminum stencil, 139x90cm. Türkiye (SB847) Wenschow boots, 1.5 million, side card 4.5 million, PVC film, no linen, defective bottom left, pasted, ok, aluminum stiffening, 140x98cm. Advance of Russia into Asia until 1914 (WU50) V&K, 1961, 1zu5Mio, good, Putzger page 124, 193x134cm. Wall map of the Biblical Lands (SB834) brockhaus Leipzig approx. Made in 1914, secondary cards etc. Cracked, small defects, wavy, main card 1zu2Mio, 190x147cm. Germany and neighboring countries (SB930) boots, produced after 1990, upper left and middle and lower left defective, ok, back German. 1000-300 before the turn of the century (SB240) at Westermann before the end of the war in 1945 under the direction of Dr. Kumsteller in 1zu1Mio, side cards 3 6 and 3Mio made, without legible heading, pasted, 182x105cm. Central Europe since the Second World War (HD66) V&K 1961, Putzger page 141, top left, in the middle and right defective, 1 to 875,000, 197x142cm. Reformation and Catholic Renewal (WU87) V&K 1961, Putzger page 65, 1zu1Mio, above and below sticker strips, 136x. Wall map on the German history of the 16th century (WU44) Gaebler from Leipzig, at Verlag Lang from Leipzig, 1zu 800,000, printed in 1901, totally cracked, but this paper on the linen is super well fixed with glue, nothing falls apart. Photo blurred through dirty lens lower right, 196x191cm. Wall map on the history of the Franconian Empire (481-911) (SB824) Gaebler- Lang, 1zu1Mio, 6th edition, approx. 1 sticker Trier-Mainz, cracked, a lot stuck, side card 2.5 million, photo below right blurred by dirty lens, 203x161cm. Work card for the district of Osnabrück (OL19) Jensen, 1 to 40,000, nature card, foiled, writable, 162×186. Relief map Ruhr Rhine (SB872) Knoll Verlag Vlotho, 1zu100.000, photo blurred through dirty lens lower right, 147x190cm. North Rhine-Westphalia (S54) Orion-Verlag, 1975, 2-sided PVC, back side mute, writable with wax or chalk, 188x196cm. NRW The Eifel and its northern foothills (SB843) Stockmann, 40cm out of the stick at the top right, lens was dirty when taking the photo, 140x96cm. Apennine and Balkan Peninsula (SB168) JPD, 1zu750,000, 1st edition 1971, only the 40cm above the heading is defective, 269x192cm. Old Greece (G70) Westermann, 1975, probably 1st edition, metal rods, a bit glued, top, 1 to 600,000, side cards 2M, 2M, 6M, 2M, 0.3M, 210x131cm. Imperialism and its consequences (NN203) Stockmann, history card 6, top left defective, approx. The Alps (WU23) Wenschow, without heading, 1zu400,000, side map 1.6Mio, sticker, Kulli entry in the Gulf of Genoa, ok, lens was dirty, therefore blurry, 236x144cm. The States of Europe (Sb836) Klett-Perthes 1992, 3rd edition, 1zu3Mio, over the heading 40cm cracked, foiled, wavy on top, the lens of the camera was dirty, 204x185cm. Geology of Central Europe (WU67) Justus Perthes Gotha, without heading, 1zu750,000, printed before May 1945, released for sale by the GDR in 1951, the place names eastern areas etc. Sticker above and near Berlin, the map was edited in 1922 and printed from the time it was 196x196cm. Italia (WU85) Haack after 1953, first edition well before 1945 for the history and Latin lessons of Justus Perthes Gotha, without a heading, that was in the Perthes version where there is Lake Balaton, wrinkled above and sticker, 1 to 750,000, Side card, 140x157cm. States of Europe (SB923) boots, approx. 1992, 1 to 4.5 million, 155x109cm. The change in the political worldview (SB896) Westermann, 3rd edition 1971, above typical sticker strip, lens was dirty when taking photos, therefore blurry, 137x205cm. Help for the world (SB884) Westermann, 1zu25Mio, 2A. 1970, metal rods, top, lens was dirty, 137x209cm. Wirtschaft der Erde (NT263) JPD, 1989, 1st edition, 1 to 12 million, 270x170cm, without any blemishes. States of the world (red 58) Wenschow, 1 to 15 million, ? . 1960s, Stalingrad, so printed before 1962, 245x156cm. Political world map (SB103), Justus Perthes Gotha, JPG, 1zu20Mio, 210x107cm, without heading, strongly glued, wavy, yellowed. Political world map time zones of the world (DB55) Störmer, 1zu18Mio, rubbery, or PVC, older of 2 versions, 1 three-tang, ok, 189x113cm. Crisis areas of our time (OB51) no further details, possibly from Lindenhof, 4 scale bars, 140x96cm. Klima der Erde (NT163) Wenschow, 3rd edition, 4x 1zu30Mio, above 1 sticker, and wavy, ok, 248x163cm. The world in the 20th century (BU41) VK V&K, 1zu18.3Mio, 195x193cm, defective at heading, otherwise great, seams at the top a bit opened. The great military pact systems of the world (DB220) Wenschow, 1 to 27.50 million, approx. Die Erde – Tektonik (NT260) Haack for Westermann, almost top, without sticker, 241x168cm, 1to15Mio, approx. Produced in 1969 702. The starry sky of the earth, Westermann 703 north polar region (G5) JPD, 1962, 1st edition, without heading, without sticker, lower right slightly defective, with borders, 197x214cm 704. The British Isles (NT352) boots, 1zu900,000, thicker paper, bottom right dusty, 109x154cm 705. Hungarian VR, SR Romania, VR Bulgaria, SFR Yugoslavia, SVR Albania (NE19) Haack, 750T, cracked top, paper, metal bars, 173x152cm 706. States of Europe (SB844) Stiefel-Wenschow, around 1990, 5 million, crack stuck on top, 140x95cm 707. Central Europe (BG149) JPG, license print by Flemmings Hamburg, 1946, without borders, before the same map was called Germany, sticker, 124x82cm 708. Flemming’s war wall map of the western front (NT81) Westermann, 1 to 320T, damage near Antwerp, otherwise great, 186x145cm, printed after 11.11.1918. Europe: Economy (DB40) V&K, 3Mio, 1 amplifier strip each above and below. Europe boots work card (NT362) boots, 5 million, a little dirty, dusty, paper, 137x95cm. Europe after the Second World War (NT151) V&K, half heading, few stickers, 187x140cm. Europe 1949 to 1961 (DB153) haack, 3Mio, 1983m lower rod bent, metal rods, 213x179cm. Europe – agriculture / sea fishing (NT332) Westermann, 6 million approx. 1978, side card 1 million, above slightly water stained, top, 135×98. The Hanse (BG224) Lippa, cracked, ok, 118x80cm. The Roman Empire since Caesar and Augustus – conquest of Gaul by Caesar (58-51 BC) (NT102) without heading, sticker on top, 194x138cm. Columbus school wall map Europe (NT232) Columbus, 4Mio, approx. Uelzen (NT345) Jensen, probably from the 50s, 1zu8T, sticker “61″, 150×137. Southwest Germany (30H) List, 1zu150T, reinforcement strips, approx. School wall map on the history of the Prussian state part 2 Prussia since 1807 (NT311) Gaebler Lang, 9th edition, approx. Schleswig-Holstein home map (NT58) Jensen, approx. 50-60s, sticker, wavy, ok, 1zu 100T, 197x182cm. Schleswig-Holstein (NT96) Wenschow, 1zu100T, sticker above, wavy, 214x183cm. Saarland-Lothringen-Luxemburg-Trier / Westpfalz (BG263) IGN, 1zu250T, 1998, defective, 110x152cm, small metal bars, glue back yourself. Cologne district (BG131) Ponten, Aachen, 1zu75T, with AB, NK 500T, 141x146cm, ok 724. Cologne lowland bay and the Niederhein area (BG218) Stockmann, 1zu200T, somewhat foxed, very good, 140x96cm 725. Münsterland lowland bay (257 green) Stockmann, map part 1 to 200T, North Rhine-Westphalia part 2, water stained, 140x95cm 726. Rheinsch-Westfälische industrial area (252 green) Stockmann, map part 1 to 200T, NRW part 1, ok, 140x95cm 727. (NT350) Knoll, 1zu275T, real relief card, rubber, soft PVC? The detail photo is not of the NT350, 163x153cm 728. Northwest Germany (DB34) Wenschow, 250T, sticker and a bit cracked, 225x225cm 729. North Rhine-Westphalia (BG187) Wenschow, 1949, without heading, c. 11-12 border changes on the western border noted, paper damage, ok, 147x165cm 730. North Rhine-Westphalia (SB922) Knoll, relief map, 150T, 184x164cm 731. Flashcard of Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg (NT283) JPD, 1964, 1st edition, foiled, thus writable, 134x166cm 732. Map of the city of Oldenburg, the LK Oldenburg and the LK Delmenhorst (BG133) Völker, 1zu40T. 1 sticker, top left approx. 25cm out, 159x120cm, 50s-60s 734. Hamburg and the surrounding area (NT181) Westermann, approx. From 1938, because Altona is incorporated and Reichsautobahnen RAB are noted, without heading, sticker, 1zu50T, 225x165cm 736. (NT178) from the city administration, 1zu10,000, 220x200cm, so 22x20km, plus side map Blankensee, some stickers 737. Region of the Niederelbe (NT72) Jensen, 1zu60T, 50s-60s, sticker and headline defective, 235x148cm 738. Free and Hanseatic City of Hamburg and the surrounding area (NT10) Westermann, 3rd edition, possibly 1963, sticker, 1 to 50,000, 223x168cm 739. Stadtkreis Hagen (SB889) Flemmings, 1zu25T, pink chalk circle in the middle, sticker on top, lens was dirty when taking photos, therefore blurry, 163x117cm 740. And the titles following development of the brain grass snake domestic pigeon Europe at the time of the migration of nations a. State formation (375-580) Europe at the time of the Hohenstaufen-Friedrichs 2. Northern Germany East u. Southeast Asia Orient and Indian subcontinent Oil plants Vegetable oils Margarine Northwest Germany North Sea countries Soil structure North Sea Oil and natural gas Environmental pollution North Europe phys. Moscow and environs Inner City Kremlin North America Rhineland-Palatinate Saarland Govern. Detmold Polar World Map North Asia (USSR) Palestine historically Eastern settlement Crusades Hanseatic League East Central Europe Peoples Languages?? Switzerland United States of America Economy USA political structure Our earth in space Overview map of the Greater German Empire Overview map of the German Empire Turkey physical map German / Turkish animals of the Cretaceous 2 The British Isles / The Tenses 8 tenses Southwest Germany Phys. Eastern Europe after the 30 Years War Missioning of Europe People and human-like forms from the Ice Age Flash card of North Rhine-Westphalia Flash card Europe slate roll card District Höxter Flash card Africa Slate roll map Agricultural areas of the earth Flash card Road crossings Flash card of Germany Hoyerswerda district Moscow to 2. Canada phys Catholicism Climate of the Earth Kreis Guben Kontor u. Traffic map of the German Empire Air temp. In July The Hanseatic League incl. Language: russ German low mountain range Germany in the 20th Century 6x polit. South America JPD 6Mio 1976 1A 160x200H 37. Europe Westermann 3Mio 1953 204x157H 53. Europe Economy Westermann 3Mio 1978 196x183H 55. Eastern Europe JPD 2Mio 1971 4A 200x210H 82. Africa, Westermann, 8A 1965, top, 162×175 316. The English Vowels, Turm-Verlag, 119x79cm 330. Lively Citizenship T7, Hagemann, 117x82cm 331. Lively Citizenship T9, Hagemann, 116x82cm 332. Natural atomic decay, Klett, 1955, 84x115cm 335. The result is paper, 118x80cm 337. Our weather, Westermann, 1971, 211x172cm 439. 2, 120x82cm, ok 480. Northern hemisphere, Flemming 547. Hamburg (M14) city center 129x156cm 569. The starry sky of th. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “raikolaf” and is located in this country: DE. This item can be shipped worldwide.
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Vintage 1962 Europe wenschow roll up relief map printed in Germany

Vintage 1962 Europe wenschow roll up relief map printed in Germany

Vintage 1962 Europe wenschow roll up relief map printed in Germany

Vintage 1962 Europe wenschow roll up relief map printed in Germany

Vintage 1962 Europe wenschow roll up relief map printed in Germany

Vintage 1962 Europe wenschow roll up relief map printed in Germany

Vintage 1962 Europe wenschow roll up relief map printed in Germany

Beautiful original roll up relief map of Europe, 1962 printed in Germany and distributed from Chicago. Really nice mid century modern decor piece if you have a wall space or could even be used as a window shade due to the size. Measures 78″ x 68″. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “member_12364″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Brand: Unbranded
  • Format: Wall Map
  • Year: 1962
  • Country/Region: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czechoslovakia, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Norway, Poland, Portugal, Scotland, Spain, Switzerland
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1764 Zannoni Map France Ancient Gaule 5th c. Aquitania Paris Germany Holland

1764 Zannoni Map France Ancient Gaule 5th c. Aquitania Paris Germany Holland

1764 Zannoni Map France Ancient Gaule 5th c. Aquitania Paris Germany Holland

An Original Antique Map: Not a Reproduction! Description: It is an original antique map with elaborate decorative border, original handcoloring and a centerfold as issued. The map is well documented in the cartouche which states that it is by Rizzi-Zannoni, de l’Academie Royale de Sciences et Belles Lettres de Gottinque [University of Gottingen, Germany]. Dated 1764 on the map. The map was published in the Atlas Historique de la France Ancienne et Moderne (Paris: Desnos, 1766), a copy of the original title page is included for authenticity. Size: The map image area between the neat lines measures approximately 10×11 inches (25x28cm) on a 11 1/2 x15 (29x38cm) page. Condition: Very Good condition for its age, approximately 10×11 inches (25x28cm) on a 11 1/2 x15 (29x38cm) page, blank on reverse, with original handcoloring and a centerfold as issued. There are a couple of minor light smudges in the margin and slight soft bends on the upper corners not affecting the map area, otherwise it is very clean with beautiful color on a strong flexible cotton page with the copper plate printing marks embossed in the margins. Overall, a very nice example for its age, see the pics for more on condition. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “c574778″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Cartographer/Publisher: Rizzi Zannoni
  • Printing Technique: Copper Plate
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Format: Atlas Map
  • Type: Political Map
  • Year: 1764
  • Date Range: 1700-1799
  • City: Paris
  • Country/Region: Belgium, France, Germany, Holland
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1764 Zannoni Map France Clovis I King of the Franks 6th c. Paris Germany Holland

1764 Zannoni Map France Clovis I King of the Franks 6th c. Paris Germany Holland

1764 Zannoni Map France Clovis I King of the Franks 6th c. Paris Germany Holland

An Original Antique Map: Not a Reproduction! Description: It is an original antique map with elaborate decorative border, original handcoloring and a centerfold as issued. The map is well documented in the cartouche which states that it is by Rizzi-Zannoni, de l’Academie Royale de Sciences et Belles Lettres de Gottinque [University of Gottingen, Germany]. Dated 1764 on the map. The map was published in the Atlas Historique de la France Ancienne et Moderne (Paris: Desnos, 1766), a copy of the original title page is included for authenticity. Size: The map image area between the neat lines measures approximately 10×11 inches (25x28cm) on a 11 1/2 x15 (29x38cm) page. Condition: Very Good to Excellent condition for its age, approximately 10×11 inches (25x28cm) on a 11 1/2 x15 (29x38cm) page, blank on reverse, with original handcoloring and a centerfold as issued. There are slight soft bends on the upper corners not affecting the map area, otherwise it is very clean with beautiful color on a strong flexible cotton page with the copper plate printing marks embossed in the margins. Overall, a very nice example for its age, see the pics for more on condition. Check out my other items. Be sure to add me to your favorites list. This item is in the category “Antiques\Maps, Atlases & Globes\Europe Maps”. The seller is “c574778″ and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Cartographer/Publisher: Rizzi Zannoni
  • Printing Technique: Copper Plate
  • Original/Reproduction: Antique Original
  • Format: Atlas Map
  • Type: Political Map
  • Year: 1764
  • Date Range: 1700-1799
  • City: Paris
  • Country/Region: Belgium, France, Germany, Holland
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