Carl Gräf (1822 – 1902), sometimes cataloged as 'Carl Graef,' was a German cartographer ('engineer-geographer') and publisher associated with the Geographisches Institut in Weimar. Over 200 maps are attributed to his name, generally as an editor, most of which appeared in the popular atlases published by the Insitut, such as Hand-Atlas der Erde und des Himmels. Several maps produced by the Geographisches Institut include the name 'Adolf Gräf,' likely a relative of Carl.

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