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5470Early map of the island of Taiwan after Father de Mailla 1721.DetailsPrevost, Antoine-Francois1810
Early map of Taiwan or Formosa after de Mailla 1721 1810
Prevost, Antoine-Francois
$600.00Prevost--Antoine-FrancoisEarly-map-of-Taiwan-or-Formosa-after-de-Mailla-1721-1810Early map of the island of Taiwan (Formosa / Formose) after a map from 1721 by Father de Mailla, a Jesuit priest. Father de Mailla's maps were published in volume 18 of <i>Lettres edifantes</i>, which dealt with the missions of the Jesuits on both hemispheres. <br></br> This copper-plate engraved antique map shows the extent of Chinese Imperial control over the western regions of Taiwan including the western coastlines of Taiwan and the adjacent Chinese mainland of Fujian province. Includes generalized, small-scale coverage of the Penghu Islands (the Pescadores) to the east of Taiwan in the Taiwan Strait. A more detailed look at the Penghu islands is available on another map after de Mailla in our inventory: <b>"Carte de Iles de Pong-hou …".</b> <br></br> Based on the volume and page collation numbers this antique map is believed to be from the Toulouse edition of <i>Lettres edifantes</i> printed in 1810.
5471Early map of the Penghu Islands after de Mailla in 1721.DetailsPrevost, Antoine-Francois1810
Early map Penghu Islands or Pescadores near Taiwan
Prevost, Antoine-Francois
$250.00Prevost--Antoine-FrancoisEarly-map-Penghu-Islands-or-Pescadores-near-TaiwanScarce map of "Iles de Ponghou", the Penghu Islands (or Pescadores) in the Taiwan Strait off the east coast of Taiwan. After a map from 1721 by Father de Mailla, a Jesuit priest. Father de Mailla's maps were published in volume 18 of <i>Lettres edifantes</i>, which dealt with the missions of the Jesuits on both hemispheres. <br></br> Based on the volume and page collation numbers this antique map is believed to be from the Toulouse edition of <i>Lettres edifantes</i> printed in 1810. <br></br> Also, see de Mailla's early map of <a href="" target="_blank">the island of Taiwan</a> in our inventory.
5466Rare nautical chart of the Strait of Gibraltar from 1824 by Reiner.DetailsReiner, Ignatius1824
Rare chart of the Strait of Gibraltar by Reiner with tides and currents
Reiner, Ignatius
$3,000.00Reiner--IgnatiusRare-chart-of-the-Strait-of-Gibraltar-by-Reiner-with-tides-and-currentsA very rare chart by Ignatius Reiner, a chart of the Strait of Gibraltar published by Reiner and by John Purdy in 1824. Rare, the only recorded holding of the chart is at the British Library, London and no sales of any printed chart by Ignatius Reiner are recorded in the AMPR. With a small inset chart of the Bay of Tangier. <br></br> Reiner describes himself as "Pilot of the Schooner Pacifico, charged with the correspondence between Gibraltar and Barbary, in the years 1818, 19, 20, &c." <br></br> Upper left and right with tide tables for the European coast and the African coast respectively. Engraved by Alex Findlay, Pentonville, London. Attribution at bottom reads:<div class="indenttextblocksingle"> "Published by the author Ignatius Reiner, at Gibraltar; and for him by John Purdy, Took's Court, London. 1st Dec. 1824."</div><br> Well-executed mid 20th-century conservation with the chart laid to fresh linen and protected via a thin-film lamination process to both recto and verso.
5467Charts of the Island of Sardinia, W.H. Smyth, 1827.DetailsSmyth, William Henry1827
Complete 4-sheet set of Sardinia Capt W H Smyth
Smyth, William Henry
$6,000.00Smyth--William-HenryComplete-4-sheet-set-of-Sardinia-Capt-W-H-SmythExceedingly rare and complete set of four nautical charts of the Mediterranean island of Sardinia by Captain William Henry Smyth based on his hydrographic survey of Sardinia for the Royal Navy during 1823 and 1824. Sardinia is the second largest island in the Mediterranean and one of 20 regions of Italy. <br></br> Whatman Turkey Mill watermark (date illegible) on one of four sheets. Complete set of four, ea. ~ 17" x 24". Elson and Graves are co-authors for all four charts. Slater is credited on the chart of the entire Island. <br></br> In 1828 Smyth published a book on the political history of Sardinia- <b>"Sketch of the present state of the Island of Sardinia"</b> [1]. Smyth references a four chart set in the introduction to his "Sketch": <div class="indenttextblocksingle">… in conclusion it may not be unnecessary to state that my <strong>Nautical Survey of Sardinia</strong> has just been published, on four sheets, at the Hydrographical office of the Admiralty. As no pains have been spared in the construction, it is hoped that these charts will be found equal to every purpose of Navigation. [Smyth's chart titles are used here:] </br><div class="indenttextblocksingle"> <ul style="list-style-type: circle;"> <li>A general chart of the Island, "The Island of Sardinia"</li> <li>"The South Coast of Sardinia"</li> <li>"The North East Coast of Sardinia"</li> <li>"The Gulf of Asinara on the N. W. Coast of Sardinia"</li></div> </ul> </div> Small traces of manuscript pencil notations attesting to real-life use of this chart while at sea. Well-executed early to mid 20th-century conservation with the chart laid to linen and protected via a thin-film lamination process. After experience with the lamination process over time, lamination is not now considered to be a effective document conservation procedure. <br></br> [1] Captain William Henry Smyth. London. John-Murray. 351 pp. <br></br> [Sardegna]
5465Sea chart of the town and anchorages of Alexandria, Egypt.DetailsSmyth, William Henry1830
Rare unrecorded chart of Alexandria Egypt after Smyth
Smyth, William Henry
$250.00Smyth--William-HenryRare-unrecorded-chart-of-Alexandria-Egypt-after-SmythUnrecorded French nautical chart of the town, anchorages and environs around Alexandria, Egypt after a chart by Captain William Henry Smyth. Published by Bellue Libraire, Toulon, France in 1830. Lithographed by Moquin & Co., Montpellier. <br></br> Based on the survey of William Henry Smith R.N. (1788 - 1865) in 1822 aboard the surveying sloop Adventure, 6 guns. <br></br> Manuscript pencil notation and course tracks. <br></br> Mid-20th century conservation effort with the chart laid to linen and protected via thin-film lamination process to both recto and verso.
5480Chart of Smyth Harbor, Fury Harbor, Chile by King.DetailsKing, Peter Parker1840
Rare charts of Smyth and Fury Harbor Magellan Strait Chile
King, Peter Parker
$475.00King--Peter-ParkerRare-charts-of-Smyth-and-Fury-Harbor-Magellan-Strait-ChileVery rare engraved chart of Smyth Harbor, Fury Harbor and three other harbors of refuge, all along the Barbara Channel, one of three channels that connects the <strong>Strait of Magellan</strong> to the Pacific Ocean [1]. By Captain Phillip Parker King R.N. and printed just ten years after King surveyed the area aboard the Adventure, a stout ship of 330 tons. Chart # 1306. London. 1840. <br></br> King named Smyth Harbor after Captain (later Admiral) William Henry Smyth who had commanded the Adventure before King and who was an early member of a number of learned societies, well known for his hydrographic charts, for his astronomical work, and for a wide range of publications in varied fields. <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> "On the south side of Mount Maxwell is Smyth Inlet, which contains anchorage on the north shore, particularly one in Earle Cove; but in the centre the water is deep, and on that account, it is not an inviting place for a ship. [2]"</div> <br> Scale below graduated in "Nautic Miles". Rhumb lines subtly visible only near margins. Admiralty, December 24, 1840. R.B. Bate Agent for Admiralty Charts 21 Poultry. <br></br> [1] The other two channels connecting Magellan Strait to the Pacific are Abra Channel and Magdalena Channel. </br> [2] King, P. P. Narrative of the surveying voyages of His Majesty's Ships Adventure and Beagle between the years 1826 and 1836, describing their examination of the southern shores of South America, and the Beagle's circumnavigation of the globe. Proceedings of the first expedition, 1826-30, under the command of Captain P. Parker King, R.N., F.R.S. London: Henry Colburn. 1839. [Online].
5300Trade card with plan of Battle of Bunker Hill for J. Liverpool, quack.DetailsLiverpool, J.1880
Quackery trade card Charlestown map Dr. J. Liverpool, Great Indian Herb Doctor
Liverpool, J.
$2,500.00Liverpool--J-Quackery-trade-card-Charlestown-map-Dr--J--Liverpool--Great-Indian-Herb-DoctorExceedingly rare and desirable trade card, in the form of a fan, ca. 1880 for Dr. J. Liverpool "The Great Indian Herb Doctor" with a map of Charlestown, Mass. - "Official Plan Battle of Bunker Hill" on verso. An advertisement for quack cures and treatments. <br></br> No other example found anywhere on this planet. <br></br> Advertising trade card in the form of a octagonal fan, mounted to a handle. <br></br> Recto: <br></br> <div class="indenttextblocksingle" style="text-align: center;"> "The Wonder of the World Dr. J. Liverpool Office and Laboratory 81 Green Street Boston, Mass. <br></br> Where he may be consulted daily free of charge.<br></br> Office hours 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. <br></br> Sunday 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. For the benefit of the laboring class. <br></br> All chronic diseases treated with nature's own remedies, ROOTS, HERBS, BARKS <br>Use no more poisonous drugs.<br></br> GO AT ONCE AND SEE HIM!<br></br> Delays are Dangerous.<br></br> Your disease may be curable to-day - not tomorrow - therefore do not delay. He has cured thousands where others have failed." <br></br> </div> Verso:<br></br> <div class="indenttextblocksingle" style="text-align: center;"> "Official Plan Battle of Bunker Hill<br></br> June 17, 1775<br></br> Manufactured and Printed by L.F. Lawrence & Co.<br></br> 161 & 171 Devonshire and 30 & 32 Arch Streets, BOSTON." </div> <br></br> Note: Dr. Liverpool's address at 81 Green Street, Charlestown, Mass, was one block from Bunker Hill Street and four blocks from the Bunker Hill Monument. Newspaper advertisements in 1882 for Dr. J. Liverpool recorded his address as 833 Tremont Street.
5475Lithographed bird's-eye view of Vineyard Haven by Walker.DetailsGeorge W. Walker Lithograph and Publishing Co1895
Vineyard Haven birds eye view 1893 1895
George W. Walker Lithograph and Publishing Co
$4,750.00George-W--Walker-Lithograph-and-Publishing-CoVineyard-Haven-birds-eye-view-1893-1895Original lithographed bird's-eye view of Vineyard Haven and Vineyard Haven Harbor on the Island of Martha's Vineyard. Second state of this view, ca. 1895, by George W. Walker, lithographer, first issued in 1893 [1]. Looking east, Walker's view takes in the wharf, the waterfront, and the harbor with many sailing vessels. Measures 18" x 14" within the neat lines. <br></br> This view is quite scarce on the market. No sales recorded in AMPR; no holdings in WorldCat. <br></br> Vineyard Haven, is a working harbor village in the town of Tisbury, Massachusetts a year-round port for Martha’s Vineyard island. Locations in Vineyard Haven that Walker included in his list of references include: the East Chop light; Mansion House; Windmill; sailor's free reading room; and Lagoon Heights. Walker also identifies by name the homes of important Vineyard Haven residents including Dr. William Leach, Captain Benjamin C. Cromwell, Captain Clough, Captain P.L. Smith, and Captain Owens. <br></br> The second state of Walker's view of Vineyard Haven is easily identified as it contains two additional location names on the bottom roll of the scroll of references: 'Grove Hill House' and 'Association Hall'. Also, in the upper right quadrant there are numerous street additions and deletions as compared to the first edition. The second edition also contains marginal text denoting the four compass directions. <br></br> [1] Online. Vineyard Haven bird's-eye view. 1st. Walker. 1893. <br>[ Mass. , MA ]
5469Persuasive advertising with a map of the human circulatory system.DetailsHance Brothers and White1897
Unrecorded anthropomorphic map human circulatory system quack cure
Hance Brothers and White
$495.00Hance-Brothers-and-WhiteUnrecorded-anthropomorphic-map-human-circulatory-system-quack-cureUnrecorded persuasive advertisement for quack cure-alls using a map of the human circulatory system. It superimposes the image of a human with red veins and capillaries over a map of the United States. This cover image crosses several collecting categories- medicine, cartography, advertising, and quackery. <br></br> The ad, from 1897, comprises the cover of vol. 2 no. 3 of "The Frog", a pamphlet targeted at druggists and proprietors of soda fountains. The "Red Blood Frog" edition of "The Frog", printed entirely in red ink, was published in 1897 by Hance Brothers & White, pharmaceutical chemists, a manufacturer of other cure-all remedies including "Frog in your Throat" lozenges. Philadelphia. Dated within at 1897. <br></br> The cover and content of the Red Blood Frog issue was part of a advertising campaign by Hance Brothers & White to promote their line of "blood making goods". These product included sarsaparilla, beef wine and iron, <strong>coca wine</strong>, and elixir celery compound. Wholesale purchasers could even re-brand the product by purchasing custom printed product labels (all in red ink) bearing their own trade information. <br></br> By 1906 Congress moved to restrict quack cures like those promoted in this Red Blood Frog edition by passing the Pure Food and Drug Act, which prohibited transportation of impure or contaminated food and drugs in interstate commerce and required truthful product labeling.
5416Plan of Exeter, New Hampshire by Phinehas MerrillDetailsMerrill, Phinehas1900
Rare restrike plan of Exeter New Hampshire engraved by Peasley
Merrill, Phinehas
$850.00Merrill--PhinehasRare-restrike-plan-of-Exeter-New-Hampshire-engraved-by-PeasleyVery scarce plan of Exeter, New Hampshire by Phinehas Merrill engraved and first printed in 1802. This artifact is likely a later re-strike from the original plate ca. 1900. The engraving is in excellent condition with a strong impression, evident platemark, ample margins, and matches the 1802 edition in size and all other features. <br></br> The plan is printed to fine laid paper with a watermark "Little Chart England", a characteristic of paper made at the Ford Paper Mill in the village of Little Chart. Beginning in 1876 Joseph Batchelor (ex. Whatman) rented the mill and began producing fine handmade paper at the Ford Mill. <br></br> A plan of the compact part of the town of Exeter, at the head of the southerly branch of Piscataqua River
5482Map of copper mining in Alaska near the Wrangell Mountains.DetailsAnonymous1910
Copper2 Belt of Alaska Manuscript Copper Mining
$700.00AnonymousCopper2-Belt-of-Alaska-Manuscript-Copper-MiningIntriguing pen and ink manuscript map related to early copper mining in Alaska ca. 1910 in the area of the Wrangell Mountains, east of Anchorage. Shows an area spanning about 100 miles E-W with the Hanagita Trail, Tonsina Station (est. 1903), and the properties of the New York-Alaska Copper Co, Copper River Mining Co., and White River Mining Co. Does not show the lines for the Copper River and Northwestern Railway (est. 1911) and most important the Kennecott Mines or townsite (ca. 1911).The map would have been used to produce multiple blue-printed copies (cyanotypes). <br></br> Shows the McClellan trail taken by parties led by R.F. McClellan (Chittyna Exploration Company) in 1898 and 1899 to the Copper River and then on eastward along the Chitina River where large copper lode discoveries were made exploited by the Bonanza Mine and the Nicolai Mine. Some of the parties disputed the ownership of the finds, formed a separate entity (Copper River Mining Company) and brought suit against Chittyna Exploration in 1902. The suit was decided in favor of McClellan and his partners of the Chittyna Exploration Company. In 1903 Stephen Birch consolidated 21 claims as "Alaska Copper and Coal Company", enlisted the help of J.P. Morgan and Daniel Guggenheim, and founded the Kennecott Copper Company. <br></br> Includes key features: Bonanza Mine, Nickolai Mine, Skolai Pass, Wrangell Glacier, Long Glacier, and Mount Wrangell. <br></br> Manuscript trace map on surveyor's tracing cloth (paper). N
5474Lithographed Dymaxion Airocean World map by R. Buckminster Fuller.DetailsFuller, R. Buckminster1954
Dymaxion Airocean World Map Raleigh edition signed in manuscript by Fuller.
Fuller, R. Buckminster
$5,250.00Fuller--R--BuckminsterDymaxion-Airocean-World-Map-Raleigh-edition-signed-in-manuscript-by-Fuller-<br></br>Scarce original offset-lithographed <strong>Dymaxion Airocean World map by R. Buckminster Fuller </strong> and Shoji Sadao [1]. From the "Raleigh Edition", (1954) of 3,000 copies. Red stamped sheet number "0138". Published by the Student Publications of the School of Design, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, N.C. Verso blank. <br></br> R. Buckminster Fuller's Dymaxion map projection is a method of projecting the spherical Earth onto a folded twenty-sided polyhedron known as an icosahedron. Fuller intended the map to be unfolded in different ways to emphasize different aspects of the world. This Dymaxion map displays mean annual low temperature. <br></br> An earlier version of Fuller's projection based on a cuboctahedron was featured in the March 1, 1943 edition of Life magazine. Titled “Life Presents R. Buckminster Fuller’s Dymaxion World”, the article included a pull-out section that could be assembled as a three-dimensional model. <br></br> Manuscript dedication to Carroll Williams signed "Buckminster Fuller" dated to June 1, 1956. From 1951-1954 Carroll Williams taught graphic arts at Black Mountain College, then in Black Mountain, NC Carroll collaborated with Buckminster Fuller on Geodesics, Inc. in Raleigh, NC during 1956-1957. <br></br> At bottom right is a pasted label with the return address for A.H. Fuller at 3013 Hillsboro Street. Here, A.H. Fuller is Fuller's wife Anne Hewlett Fuller d. 1983. <br></br> Includes a second large sheet with explanatory diagrams and text explaining the Dymaxion Airocean World Fuller Projective-transformation. U.S. Patent 2,393,676. <br></br> [1] Shoji Sadao (1927- 2019) Cartographer for the United States Army during WWII. Met Buckminster Fuller in the early 1950's while studying architecture at Cornell. Collaborated with Fuller in Raleigh, NC to draw the Dymaxion Airocean World map in 1954.
5473Rare, 1969 anti-war protest poster with SE Asia map.DetailsStudent Mobilization Committee1971
Very rare persuasive 1971 antiwar poster with outline map of southeast Asia
Student Mobilization Committee
$475.00Student-Mobilization-CommitteeVery-rare-persuasive-1971-antiwar-poster-with-outline-map-of-southeast-AsiaRare, student-led anti-war protest poster on card stock with an outline map of SE Asian countries promoting two anti-war activities: A "Student Strike" on November 3 and a "March on Boston" planned for November 6 [1971] . <br></br> The text for the Strike and the March are both overlaid on top of an outline image of a map of SE Asia including the countries of North and South Vietnam, Laos, and Cambodia each filled with the letters "USA", "USA", "USA". <br></br> No holdings of this poster are found online. <br></br> The two protest activities were organized by the Student Mobilization Committee (SMC). 15 Sellers Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts. <div class="indenttextblocksingle">"The Student Mobilization Committee was formed in 1966 “to coordinate opposition to U.S. involvement in the war in Vietnam among college and high school students.” Originally named The Vietnam Day Committee the SMC organized protests on campuses and in cities in addition to being one of the first groups that included civilians and soldiers alike. Based on a letter from 1969, the SMC had centers in 15 cities around the country but began to disband, like many anti-Vietnam groups in the early 1970s (1973) in conjunction with the U.S. beginning to withdrawing troops from Vietnam." (Brown University, Hall-Hoag Collection. 2015. Online) </div>
5420Matthew Maury's scarce thematic chart of whale sightings (5th ed.)DetailsMaury, Matthew Fontaine1972
Maurys Whale Chart 5th Edition
Maury, Matthew Fontaine
$1,500.00Maury--Matthew-FontaineMaurys-Whale-Chart-5th-EditionScarce official U.S. thematic chart of reported whale sightings by geographic area, whale species, and relative number of sightings (5th ed. ca. 1972). An early example of the graphical display of quantitative information for decision making. The chart shows the best whaling areas and migration patterns for sperm whales and right whales, as well as the most densely populated areas of "Straggling" Sperm Whales and Right Whales." Chart # 5018. <br></br> Matthew Maury's Whale Chart, was first issued by the United States Bureau of Ordnance & Hydrography in 1851. This is the official U.S. fifth (5th.) edition, from the United States Defense Mapping Agency Hydrographic/Topographic Center in the 1970s. The DMA existed from 1972 through 1996. The first edition of Maury's Whale Chart is extremely rare on the market. Only one sale of Maury's chart is recorded in the Antique Map Price Record. <br/></br/> The last three editions of Maury's Whale Chart may be identified thus: <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> <ul style="list-style-type: circle;"> <li><b>Third Edition (1956)</b></br> Upper top left position with logo of eagle clutching items in claws surrounded by text: "Hydrographic Office U.S. Navy". Top right position is blank. Bottom right position reads "Price 20 cents / H.O. Miscel. No. 8514".</li> <li><b>Fourth edition (1960)</b></br> Upper top left position with logo of eagle over an anchor surrounded by text: "United States Hydrographical Office". Top right position reads "Catalog: Introduction. Part 1.". Bottom right position reads "Price 50 cents / H.O. Miscel. No. 8514" . </li> <li><b>Fifth edition (after 1972)</b></br> Upper top left with logo containing an eagle perched on a globe with text "Defense Mapping Agency". Top right position reads "Catalog P2V10". Bottom right reads "Lith of Wm. Endicott & Co. N. York | 5018 | DMA Stock Number | W0XZC5018.</li> </ul> </div>
5428Poster for 1978 Marijuana Trail.DetailsAnonymous1978
Map of the 1978 Marijuana Trail
$375.00AnonymousMap-of-the-1978-Marijuana-TrailScarce Hippie / Yippie cannabis-related map or a 70's Hippie poster with cartographic interest. An uncommon original pictorial map from 1976 showing gatherings "The Marijuana Trail" planned across the continental United States during the Spring and Summer of 1978. <br></br> Interesting iconography used that adapts existing regional stereotypes to a counter-culture cannabis-infused outlook: <div class="indenttextblocksingle"> <ul style="list-style-type: circle;"> <li>San Francisco- A drunk, be-wigged barrister and a bell-bottom mod smoker.</li> <li>Ashland, Oregon- Bigfoot getting high</li> <li>Grand Junction, Colo. Naked hippies with smokie the bear.</li> <li>Atlanta- Southern gentleman and a banjo-playing hillbilly.</li> <li>Montreal - a frog, cow, and lumberjack- all smoking</li> </ul> </div> Near Kent, Ohio three citizens are shown holding large signs: REMEMBER | KENT | STATE <br></br> For many of the gatherings the provided activity and schedule information could have made this map a fine planning calendar. From A Yipster Times publication.
5472Thematic, pictorial, world map for dope growing and manufacture.DetailsHigh Times1985
Late 20th C map of International Drug Production
High Times
$225.00High-TimesLate-20th-C-map-of-International-Drug-ProductionThematic, pictorial, world map focused on the agricultural and manufacturing/refining sites that produced illegal drugs in the mid 1980's. A two-page "Bonus Centerfold" to a 1985 issue of <i>High Times</i> a monthly drug-oriented, counterculture magazine published by Trans-High Corporation of Farmingdale, N.Y. Robert Aronson, publisher. Perfect for collectors, dispensary decoration, or nostalgic old hippies. <br></br> This fine, increasingly scarce, original map <strong>"The World According to Dope: A Guide to International Drug Production"</strong> shows locations for growing coca, pot, poppies, and khat as well as of laboratories for production of cocaine, heroin amphetamine, and more all explained in a legend near bottom center using simple easily-understood pictographs to represent each drug. Notations on the map supplement the location information with a few interesting tidbits, (e.g., "Ukrainian ditchweed", "Bahamas and Turks and Caicos Islands: one big money laundry".) <br></br> Verso with a single-page map <strong> "Guide to International Trade Routes" </strong>for heroin, marijuana, Quaaludes, Cocaine, and khat. Most destinations are located on the map in the United States or in Europe. Polar projection.
5486Propagandistic use of a world map by the Communist Party.DetailsRevolutionary Worker1991
Communist Party protest cover poster cartographic propaganda
Revolutionary Worker
$325.00Revolutionary-WorkerCommunist-Party-protest-cover-poster-cartographic-propagandaSlogan-oriented cover from Revolutionary Worker, a publication "Voice of the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA." Scarce late 20th-century Communist propaganda (1991) depicting the "Rulers of America" as pigs. <br></br> Another propagandistic use of a world map with North America depicted tilted aggressively to the east as Russia tilts west in the direction of the U.S.A., a distortion permitted by the unusual projection of the world enabled by the map's use of map as tablecloth metaphor. Tumbling pigs to right disguise the true intent of this 1991 International Workers Day cover. Handcuffs, cash, missiles, jets, and artillery pieces represent the existing Racists and Rambo-Americans, Rulers of America: <strong>It's all going to fall on you!</strong>" <br></br> <div id="Centered", Margin: 30px; /><br> Downcasts,<br> Slaves,<br> Illegals,<br> And Rebels:<br> It's right to rebel!<br>