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Ulma : H. Schedel

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The so-called "Nuremberg Chronicle" is regarded as one of the finest and most important books of the early period of printing, renowned for its numerous woodcut illustrations showing natural phenomena, European and Middle Eastern towns, Biblical, historical and mythological events and maps of the ancient, Ptolemaic world and one of modern Europe. The author was Hartmann Schedel and the book appeared in just two editions, both 1493. A fine view of Ulm, the town from which the first northern European, and one of the most desirable, editions of Ptolemy's "Geographia" appeared just eleven years earlier.
mapmaker: H. Schedel
place and date of publication: Nuremberg 1493
medium and colour: woodblock, Uncoloured
size in mm: 195 by 515mm (7.75 by 20.25 inches).
ref: 25324

Price: £ 1400£ 980

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