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An early 18th century caprice of Venice

Stock No. 21510 Category: Tags: , Cartographer: DEGLER, Johannes.

Venetae Reipublicae Mores Consuetudines et Praerogativae.
Munich, 1710. 235 x 180mm.

£300

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An allegorical frontispiece representing Venice, with architectural features including St Mark's Campanile and the Rialto Bridge, and symbols of power including the Arsenal and the Bucentaur.
The map was drawn by Johannes Delger and engraved by Joseph Montalegre as a frontispiece to 'Geographia Naturalis', the first part of the 'Atlas Novus' by Heinrich Scherer, a Jesuit mathematician and geographer.

Additional information

Dimensions 180 × 235 mm
Cartographer

Date

1710

Extra Info

Venetae Reipublicae Mores Consuetudines et Praerogativae.

Publication

Munich, 1710. 235 x 180mm.

Condition

A good example.

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