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Composite: Sheets 1 - 674 (Germany)
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1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheets 1 - 674 (Germany)
List No 5820.727
Note Composite of Sheets 1 to 674. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Index Map: Sheets 1 - 674
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Index Map: Sheets 1 - 6...
1928
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Full Title (Index Map Sheets 1 - 674). Ubersichts - Blatt zu der Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.731
Note Index map for sheets 1 to 674.
1. Crottingen (2. Schlattern). (Germany)
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1. Crottingen (2. Schla...
1893
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Full Title Sheet 1. Crottingen (2. Schlattern). Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.001
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Includes Sheet 2. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
2. (1. Crottingen) Schlattern. (Germany)
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2. (1. Crottingen) Schl...
1904
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Full Title Sheet 2. (1. Crottingen) Schlattern. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.002
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Includes Sheet 1. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 2. (1. Crottingen) Schlattern. (Germany)
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Composite: 2. (1. Crott...
1904
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 2. (1. Crottingen) Schlattern. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.002c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Includes Sheet 1. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numb
3. Memel. (Germany)
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3. Memel. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 3. Memel. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.003
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 3. Memel. (Germany)
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1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 3. Memel. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.003c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This m
4. Paaschken. (Germany)
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4. Paaschken. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 4. Paaschken. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.004
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 4. Paaschken. (Germany)
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1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 4. Paaschken. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.004c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This m
5. Hvidding. (Germany)
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5. Hvidding. (Germany)
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title Sheet 5. Hvidding. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.005
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 5. Hvidding. (Germany)
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1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 5. Hvidding. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.005c
Note Separate panels are joined in this image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series
6. Gramm. (Germany)
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6. Gramm. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 6. Gramm. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.006
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 6. Gramm. (Germany)
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Composite: 6. Gramm. (G...
1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 6. Gramm. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.006c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This m
7. Hadersleben. (Germany)
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7. Hadersleben. (German...
1893
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Full Title Sheet 7. Hadersleben. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.007
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 7. Hadersleben. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 7. Hadersleb...
1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 7. Hadersleben. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.007c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
8. Kinten. (Germany)
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8. Kinten. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 8. Kinten. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.008
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 8. Kinten. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 8. Kinten. (...
1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 8. Kinten. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.008c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
9. Heidekrug. (Germany)
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9. Heidekrug. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 9. Heidekrug. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.009
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 9. Heidekrug. (Germany)
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1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 9. Heidekrug. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.009c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
10. Medischkehmen. (18. Tilsit). (Germany)
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10. Medischkehmen. (18....
1904
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Full Title Sheet 10. Medischkehmen. (18. Tilsit). Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.010
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 9 panels. Includes Sheet 18. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 10. Medischkehmen. (18. Tilsit). (Germany)
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 10. Medischkehmen. (18. Tilsit). Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.010c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 9 panels. Includes Sheet 18. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
11. Rom. (Germany)
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11. Rom. (Germany)
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title Sheet 11. Rom. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.011
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 11. Rom. (Germany)
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1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 11. Rom. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.011c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
12. Lugumkloster. (Germany)
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12. Lugumkloster. (Germ...
1893
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Full Title Sheet 12. Lugumkloster. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.012
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 12. Lugumkloster. (Germany)
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 12. Lugumkloster. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.012c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
13. Apenrade. (Germany)
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13. Apenrade. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 13. Apenrade. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.013
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 13. Apenrade. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 13. Apenrade...
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 13. Apenrade. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.013c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
14. Tarup. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
14. Tarup. (Germany)
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title Sheet 14. Tarup. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.014
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 14. Tarup. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 14. Tarup. (...
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 14. Tarup. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.014c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
15. Sarkau. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
15. Sarkau. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 15. Sarkau. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.015
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 15. Sarkau. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 15. Sarkau. ...
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 15. Sarkau. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.015c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
16. Rossitten. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
16. Rossitten. (Germany...
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title Sheet 16. Rossitten. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.016
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 16. Rossitten. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 16. Rossitte...
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 16. Rossitten. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.016c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
17. Heinrichswalde. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
17. Heinrichswalde. (Ge...
1893
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Full Title Sheet 17. Heinrichswalde. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.017
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 17. Heinrichswalde. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 17. Heinrich...
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 17. Heinrichswalde. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.017c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
18. (10. Medischkehmen). Tilsit. (Germany)
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18. (10. Medischkehmen)...
1904
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Full Title Sheet 18. (10. Medischkehmen). Tilsit. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.018
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Includes Sheet 10. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
19. Wischwill. (Germany)
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19. Wischwill. (Germany...
1893
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Full Title Sheet 19. Wischwill. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.019
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 19. Wischwill. (Germany)
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Composite: 19. Wischwil...
1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 19. Wischwill. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.019c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
20. Westerland. (Germany)
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20. Westerland. (German...
1893
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Full Title Sheet 20. Westerland. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.020
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 20. Westerland. (Germany)
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Composite: 20. Westerla...
1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 20. Westerland. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.020c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
21. Hoyer. (Germany)
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21. Hoyer. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 21. Hoyer. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.021
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 21. Hoyer. (Germany)
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Composite: 21. Hoyer. (...
1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 21. Hoyer. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.021c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
22. Tondern. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
22. Tondern. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 22. Tondern. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.022
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 22. Tondern. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 22. Tondern....
1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 22. Tondern. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.022c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
23. Flensburg. (Germany)
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23. Flensburg. (Germany...
1893
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Full Title Sheet 23. Flensburg. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.023
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 23. Flensburg. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 23. Flensbur...
1893
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Author Reichsamt fur Landesaufnahme
Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 23. Flensburg. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.023c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
24. Augustenburg. (Germany)
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24. Augustenburg. (Germ...
1893
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Full Title Sheet 24. Augustenburg. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.024
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 24. Augustenburg. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
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1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 24. Augustenburg. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.024c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
25. Leba. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
25. Leba. (Germany)
1893
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Full Title Sheet 25. Leba. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.025
Note Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
Composite: 25. Leba. (Germany)
Reichsamt fur Landesauf...
Composite: 25. Leba. (G...
1893
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Full Title (Composite of) Sheet 25. Leba. Karte des Deutschen Reiches.
List No 5820.025c
Note Separate panels are joined in this composite image. Date estimated based on the apparent library acquisition date usually stamped on the back of the map sheet. Mounted on linen in 4 panels. Publishing bookstore and distributor: R. Eisenschmidt, Verlags-Buchhandlung. Haupt-Vertrieb der Karten der Konigl. Landes-Aufnahme. Armee- und Marine-Haus. Berlin N.W., 7. Comparing our sheets to those at the Library of Congress shows that most of our sheets were published 5 to 10 years before the stamped acquisition date. A few sheets are duplicated and placed under similar list numbers. This map series is remarkable for the level of fine detail. As a consequence, it was scanned at 800 PPI providing four times the resolution of the typical detailed map scan of 400 PPI. At least ten separate symbols for special buildings were utilized, a method enhanced by placing an abbreviation next to the symbol. Structures with special symbols include: churches, chapels, monuments, windmills, water mills, stamp mills, forester's lodges, watchtowers, ruins, forts, quarries, clay pits, lime kilns, and coke-ovens. Factories, brick works, powder magazines electric power plants, and many other important buildings are differentiated by means of abbreviation. Houses appear as black blocks, either rectangular or shaped like the ground plan of the building. Many other features are differentiated, for example there are four different qualities of roads plus bridle paths and footpaths. Vegetation is minutely classified including separate symbols for broadleaf trees, evergreens, underbrush, heather, dry meadows, wet meadows, swamps, orchards, gardens, vineyards, and parks. Relief is shown by hachures. Spot elevations are given in meters above sea level.
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