Vandermaelen, Philippe Marie Guillaume - large early 19th century maps of Europe on the conical projection
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Vandermaelen, Philippe Marie Guillaume - large early 19th century maps of Europe on the conical projection

Philippe Marie Guillaume Vandermaelen (1795-1869) was a Belgian cartographer whose "Atlas Universel" published in Brussels in 1827 was noteable as the first atlas to have been produced using the then new printing process of lithography, and the first atlas to show the whole world in maps using a large uniform scale. The 380 conically projected sheets of maps are designed to be joined into a three dimensional terrestrial globe with a diameter of approximately 7.75 metres (25 feet). We have a stock of maps from the European volume.