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Provinces Unies ... A La Couronne De Boheme ...

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Provinces Unies ... A La Couronne De Boheme ... : N. Sanson / P. Mariette

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Nicolas Sanson (1600-1667) is generally acknowledged to be the founder of the the school of French cartographers who supplanted the Dutch as the leading European mapmakers in the mid-seventeenth century. This map was published by Pierre Mariette in 'Tables de Geographie Ancienne et Nouvelle ...' and shows the Poland / Germany border along the Oder from Crossen to Breslaw and around Olmutz. A good copy with a little original outline colour.
mapmakers: N. Sanson   P. Mariette  
place and date of publication: Paris 1654
medium and colour: copperplate, Original outline colour
size in mm: 410 by 530mm (16.25 by 20.75 inches).
ref: 14895

Price: £ 240£ 144

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