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A scarce early 17th C. plan of Jerusalem

Stock No. 23467 Category: Tags: , , Cartographer: BEAUVAU, Henri de.

Ierusalem.
Nancy: Jacob Garnich, 1615. 110 x 155mm, set in a French text index.

£750

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An exact copy on a reduced scale of the Braun-Hogenberg's famous view,
with a 48 point key listsing the most notable monuments.
This rare plan was published in Henry de Beauvau's 'Relation Journaliere du Voyage du Levant', an account of the French diplomatic expedition of 1605-10 to Constantinople to meet the new Sultan, Ahmed I. A second edition was published later in 1619 with identical letterpress.
The plate is signed 'I.A. fe: Nancy', and has been attributed to the engraver Jean Appier.

Additional information

Dimensions 155 × 110 mm
Cartographer

Date

1615

Extra Info

Ierusalem.

Publication

Nancy: Jacob Garnich, 1615. 110 x 155mm, set in a French text index.

Condition

A good example.

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