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Recens Edita Totius Novi Belgii In America Septentrionali ...

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Recens Edita Totius Novi Belgii In America Septentrionali ... : M. Seutter / T. C. Lotter

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Extending from James Town and the Chesapeake in the South to the St Lawrence River and Quebec in the North, this is Tobias Conrad Lotter's map of New England and much of the East Coast in the great series of the so-called "Jansson-Visscher" maps. This, the fifth state of the map, sees Seutter's imprint replaced with that of Lotter and Boston appearing corrected from "Briston". The renowned view at the bottom of the map is titled "Neu Jorck Sive Neu Amsterdam" and the key below appears in Latin. Above the view of New York a suitably flamboyant cartouche shows natives and robed gods making their presentations to, as Tony Campbell suggests, a seated Monarch - probably George II. Vignettes of native animals and birds inundate the map adding to its extremely informative content. Printed lines, and on this example attractive original colour, delineate the borders between Massachusetts, New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania etc. A fine, eighteenth- century, German published example of this important and fascinating map.
mapmakers: M. Seutter   T. C. Lotter  
place and date of publication: Augsburg c.1730-c.1760
medium and colour: Copperplate, Coloured
size in mm: 495 by 580mm (19.5 by 22.75 inches).
ref: 38770
literature: Campbell in Tooley, Mapping Of America, 26a Fifth State.

Price: £ 4000

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