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A rare ‘carte à figures’ map of France

Stock No. 22258 Category: Tags: , Cartographer: KEERE, Pieter van den.

Gallia Nova Galliae descriptio multis in locis de integro emendata simulquae effigies Principum, praecipuas Gallorum urbes ac habitus exhibens.
Amsterdam: Jan Jansson, c.1630. Fine original colour. 460 x 560mm.

£3,500

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A fine example of the finest Dutch atlas maps of France, with borders containing fourteen city prospects and eight costume vignettes (pairs of nobles, merchants, rustics and lawyers!), a large title cartouche and a compass rose.
The plate was engraved by Pieter van den Keere and first published as a separate issue map. However Jansson acquired the plate, re-engraved the figures and issued it in his 1630 'Appendix'.

Additional information

Dimensions 560 × 460 mm
Cartographer

Date

1630

Extra Info

Gallia Nova Galliae descriptio multis in locis de integro emendata simulquae effigies Principum, praecipuas Gallorum urbes ac habitus exhibens.

Publication

Amsterdam: Jan Jansson, c.1630. Fine original colour. 460 x 560mm.

Condition

A good example.

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