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  1. World Map 1965

    This stunning world map, first published in February of 1965, accompanied an article, entitled "Four-Ocean Navy in the Nuclear Age." In addition to its beautiful colors and distinct National Geographic cartographic style, this world map includes detailed ocean depth and ocean currents information.
    $49.95
  2. World Political Map 1994

    The classic world as only National Geographic can show it. This incredible map, first published in 1994, continued the long tradition of fine cartography for which National Geographic is known.
    Starting at $49.95
  3. Seeking Our Origins Map

    Published in February 1997 with the Dawn of Humans map and article, this compelling work contains illustrations of the various hominid species discovered. A timeline and other information puts the dawn of early man into perspective.
    Starting at $29.95
  4. The World Map 1957

    This National Geographic classic is a perfect companion to the World Maps published in December 1943 and December 1951. A cartographic masterpiece, this 1955 map combines a clean, light style with tremendous attention to detail--both on land an in the oceans.
    Starting at $49.95
  5. Ruysch 1508 Map

    One of the first maps of the new world, Johannes Ruysch made this map, using a polar projection, which includes an extensive view of South America, islands of the West Indies, and a portion of North America.
    Starting at $14.95
  6. Chronicon Nurembergense 1493 Map

    Originally produced only in woodcut form, the Chronicon Nurembergense Map of 1493 was published in National Geographic Magazine in April 1893, just five years after the Societys inception. This Latin version was first published in April of 1493, followed by a German version in December of the same year.
    $14.95
  7. Pinnipeds Around The World Map 1987

    Pinniped means "fin-footed" and refers to seals, sea lions, and walruses. This extraordinary map contains illustrations of the many different species of pinnipeds and interesting facts about where they live, what they eat, and more.
    $29.95
  8. The Earths Fractured Surface Map

    Like the pieces of a jigsaw puzzle, slabs of rocky crust known as tectonic plates fit together to form the outer shell of the Earth. This world map shows the continents, along with the lines of each tectonic plate, demonstrating the reaction between continental drift, earthquakes and volcanoes.
    Starting at $29.95
  9. Earths Dynamic Crust Map

    Explore the forces behind the shaping of our planet with the fascinating Earth's Dynamic Crust map. Half of a two-map set published in August 1985, this map was accompanied by "The Shaping of a Continent: North America's Active West" map and the article "Our Restless Planet Earth."
    Starting at $14.95
  10. Earth From Space Map 1973

    Astronaut Harrison H. Schmitt captured this image from 25,000 miles above the Earth aboard Apollo 17 in December, 1972. This classic map accompanied four articles on Space exploration. The perfect complement to our "Teammates in Mankind's Greatest Adventure" poster.
    $29.95
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