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Selected Maps

Cartographer: Heinrich Berghaus
Title: : Himalaya
Date: 1835      Size: 39 x 27 inches
Published: Weimar
Description: Himalayas. Large detailed map with original colour. (SL)
Map Ref: IC1880
Cartographer: Justus Perthes
Title: : Das Thal von Katmandu
Date: 1855      Size: 7 x 8 inches
Published: Gotha
Description: Sketch map of the route to Kathmandu, Nepal as travelled by Prince Waldemar of Prussia during his visit in 1845. At that time, this was the only approved route for foreign visitors. Printed colour.
Map Ref: IC2713
Cartographer: Survey of India
Title: : The Himalaya Mountains and Surrounding Regions
Date: 1920      Size: 55 x 32 inches
Published: Dehra Dun
Description: Rare and extraordinary wall map of the Himalayas published just before the first attempt to climb Everest. Supervised by Col. C.H.D. Ryder. Printed colour. [Folded]
Map Ref: IC2404
Cartographer: Erwin Schneider
Title: : Chomolongma - Mount Everest
Date: 1957      Size: 38 x 30 inches
Published: Vienna
Description: The most detailed map of the approach to Mount Everest from southern Nepal. Printed colour. SL
Map Ref: IC2633
Cartographer: Pradyumna Karan
Title: : The Kingdom of Bhutan
Date: 1965      Size: 54 x 31 inches
Published: Washington, D.C.
Description: Extraordinary wall map of still one of the most mysterious countries in the world, Bhutan. Unusually, it is printed on linoleum, possibly for conservation purposes. Printed colour. [Tube]
Map Ref: IC2504
Cartographer: Nepalese Dept. of To
Title: : Kathmandu City
Date: 1974      Size: 26 x 18 inches
Published: Katmandu
Description: Unusual early vintage folding map of Katmandu, issued as a tourist travel guide with notable buildings and landmarks. Printed colour. SL
Map Ref: IC2749
Cartographer: Madhab Lal Maharjan
Title: : Kathmandu Patan
Date: 1986      Size: 19 x 29 inches
Published: Katmandu
Description: Separately issued map detailing attractions for travellers for both Katmandu and directly to its south Patan, now Lalitpur. Printed colour. SL
Map Ref: IC2631