13 12 Well Placed Starting with three maps purchased from a London dealer in 1800, the Geography and Map Division collections now include over 4 million map sheets, 53,000 atlases, 300 globes, 2,000 terrain models, and over 1.6 million aerial photographs. Historically important maps include the 1507 Waldseemuller map, which is the first map known to use the name America. Lit Pick Lit Pick Lit Pick 13 13 loc.gov/shop | 1.888.682.3557 | M–F 8 a.m. – 4 p.m. EST inspired by books | 12 LOC Travel Scratch Map Track where you have been and dream of where you are going with this scratch map. Each locale is topped with gold foil, allowing you to scratch off your last destination. Laminated cardboard and foil. 32.5"l. x 23.4"w. 21602000 $28.00 Travel Globe Use this cork travel globe to spin through your travel memories. Mark the places you have visited or plan future travels with pushpin locators (included). Globe spins on metal stand. 7.1"h. x 5.5"w. x 5.5"d. 21508103 $60.00 Messenger Map Bag Evocative of the map bags carried by soldiers in World War I, this messenger bag features a large main compartment with zipper closure, three interior, and two outside pockets. Washed cotton canvas. Imported. 15"l. x 14"w. x 4"d. 21305124 $42.99 Anciente Mappe of Fairyland Puzzle This jigsaw puzzle recreates Bernard Sleigh's famous map of Fairyland, depicting numerous characters from legends and fairy tales. In his accompanying text, Sleigh details the secret to entering this magical fantasy world. Both the booklet and the map are in our Geography and Map Division. 1,000 hardboard pieces. Fully assembled, 32"l. x 16"w. 21504247 $18.95 World Globe Watch Our over-sized watch features a world map dial, stainless-steel case, gold-toned hands and markers, quartz movement, and alligator-embossed strap. Gift boxed. 8"l. with 1.75" dia. dial. 21304155 $45.00 Weather Watch Globe This 9" diameter fiberboard desk globe is mounted on a rosewood finished base embedded with three precision weather instruments: a thermometer, barometer, and hygrometer. Brass-plated inclination mounting and finial accent. Minor assembly required. 17"h. 21508259 $225.00 Waldseemuller Map Coasters Adapted from the Waldseemuller map in our Exploring the Early Americas exhibition, these marble coasters depict an image of one of the most historical documents created of early America. Imported marble, printed in the USA. Boxed set of 4. Each 4" square. 21505273 $45.00 Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive Library of Congress Exclusive The Naming of America This book tells the fascinating story of the creation of the 1507 Waldseemuller map, the first map ever to display the name America, and includes a sheet-by-sheet facsimile. The Waldseemuller map is on view in our Exploring the Early Americas exhibit. Written by John Hessler. Published by D Giles Limited, in association with the Library of Congress. Hardcover, 128 pages with 40 color illustrations. 7.5"w. x 9"l. 21107027 Orig. $24.95. Holiday Price $21.99 Picturing America: The Golden Age of Pictorial Maps This is the first book to showcase this vivid and popular genre of maps. Geographer Stephen J. Hornsby gathers together 158 delightful pictorial jewels, most drawn from the extensive collections of the Library of Congress. Foreword: Ralph E. Ehrenberg. Hardcover, 304 pages. 21107129 Orig. $45.00. Holiday Price $38.99