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Maps of Switzerland - sections

No.
5
Publisher
Staub, R
Description
Die geologischen Verhaltnisse eines Septimertunnels, 1928, offprint with folded colour printed sections.
£8
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No.
7
Description
Durchschnitte der Schweizer Alpen Cross-sections of the Swiss Alps. c.1828. 62cm x 49cm (24.5"x19.5") Hand coloured lithographs on flat cartridge paper with minor tears in left margin and very slight foxing. Shows three topographic sections coloured and labelled geologically: 1. Showing the Jura, L.Geneva, Mt. Blanc, Mt. Cenis; 2. Jura, Col d'Arpille, Great St.Bernard, Mt. Stretto, Piedmont; and 3. Rhine at Waldshut, Rigi, St.Gotthard , L.Lugano Lombardy. In good to very good condition.
£45
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No.
8
Description
Durchschnitte der Schweizer Alpen Cross-sections of the Swiss Alps. c.1828. 62cm x 49cm (24.5"x19.5") Hand coloured lithographs on flat cartridge paper with very slight foxing. Shows three topographic sections in more detail than figure 7 above, coloured and labelled geologically: 1. Showing the Jura, the Rhone by Geneva, young and old Alpenkalk, with different styles of folding, the Aiguille du Midi; 2. Val Valorsine to Aiguille du Tour of Montblanc; and 3. From Thun, young and old Alpenkalk, including the Eiger, to Finster-Aarhorn. In good to very good condition. £45
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No.
9
Description
Durchschnitte der Schweiz Cross-sections of Switzerland. c.1828. 62cm x 49cm (24.5"x19.5") Hand coloured lithographs on flat cartridge paper with very slight foxing and minor tears neatly repaired. Shows five topographic sections in more detail than figure 7 above, coloured and labelled geologically: 1. From the molasse at Tschangnau through Brienzer See and Battenberg to Mahrenhorn; 2. From Betzberg over St.Gotthard to the Val Levantino; and 3. Detailed section through limestone with chalk ridge at Fis-Berges; 4. Detailed section through molasse and brown coal at St Saphorin bei Vevai; and, 5. Molasse and brown coal at Paude bei Lausanne. In good to very good condition.
£45
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