Paperblanks Journals and Diaries

Maxi Paperblanks Early Cartography 2019-2020 18 Month Diary Western Hemisphere Vertical Week-to-View

Maxi Paperblanks Early Cartography 2019-2020 18 Month Diary Western Hemisphere Vertical Week-to-View
Maxi Paperblanks Early Cartography 2019-2020 18 Month Diary Western Hemisphere Vertical Week-to-View Paperblanks accordion pocket detail - 2 Address book insert for Paperblanks diary - 3 Vertical week to view format - 4 Maxi Paperblanks diary size diagram - 5

$20.18

£16.66

Cover Design

Western Hemisphere

Size

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Essential info

  • International holidays & celebrations
  • Vertical week-to-view format
  • Maxi A5 size diary with elastic closure
  • Approximate size: 135x210mm (5.3x8.3")
  • 18 Month 2019-2020 'academic year' diary
  • Runs from July 2019 to December 2020
  • Month planner for each month from July 2019 to December 2020 inclusive
  • 4 Weekly timetable planners
  • 8 Pages for notes
  • 5 Reference pages
  • Acid-free sustainable paper
  • Address book insert
  • 2 Ribbon page markers
  • Memento pouch on inside rear cover

Description

View the world through the eyes of 17th century cartographers in these enchanting world maps. The Western Hemisphere cover is the work of Willem Blaeu, a master mapmaker, whose original coloured copperplate map is one of the most sought-after maps from the Golden Age of Dutch cartography.

Frederick de Wit’s Celestial Planisphere cover is a remarkable and romantic map of the heavens depicting the hemispheres with representations of the constellations and signs of the Zodiac.

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