The map proofs are earlier versions of the map supplements before the final revision and printing. It would be stamped proof on the maps themselves. I think they would be considered rough drafts. The map proofs would have information that…"
The only date that I could see was October 1979 Medieval England. There were only seven sheets per pack; one
30" x 40" and six 20" x 30". It states that some of the maps are duplicates. Sorry I…"
Did anyone ever purchase a wrapping paper product called Geowrap? It came out in the early 1990's. It was wrapping paper made of outdated National Geographic map supplements. I was wondering what were the map supplements that were used for it.See More
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