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An uncommon two-sheet plan of 17th century Rome

FALDA, Giovanni Battista.

Novissima et Accuratissima Romae Veteris et Novae Tabula Topographica delineatore Joanne Baptista Falda. Niewe en Naukeurige Afbeelding Oud en Niew Rome Getekent door Joan Baptist Falda.
Amsterdam: François Halma, c.1710.

Binding folds flattened.

A detailed map of Rome with the buildings shown in relief, with extensive keys and decorative cartouches drawn by Jan Goeree.
Giovanni Battista Falda da Valdugga (1648-78) was an architect who drew and engraved views of Rome for the de Rossi family. His map of Rome was first published by Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi in 1667, with a 12-sheet version following in 1676.
This Dutch edition was issued in 'Thesaurus Antiquitatum Romanarum', a 12-volume study of ancient Rome, edited by Johann Georg Graevius and first published by Frans Halma and Pieter van der Aa in 1694. This example is a later state with the Dutch title replacing van der Aa's inscription.


Stock ID : 22077

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Stock Id :22077

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An uncommon two-sheet plan of 17th century Rome

FALDA, Giovanni Battista.

Novissima et Accuratissima Romae Veteris et Novae Tabula Topographica delineatore Joanne Baptista Falda. Niewe en Naukeurige Afbeelding Oud en Niew Rome Getekent door Joan Baptist Falda.
Amsterdam: François Halma, c.1710.

Binding folds flattened.

A detailed map of Rome with the buildings shown in relief, with extensive keys and decorative cartouches drawn by Jan Goeree.
Giovanni Battista Falda da Valdugga (1648-78) was an architect who drew and engraved views of Rome for the de Rossi family. His map of Rome was first published by Giovanni Giacomo de Rossi in 1667, with a 12-sheet version following in 1676.
This Dutch edition was issued in 'Thesaurus Antiquitatum Romanarum', a 12-volume study of ancient Rome, edited by Johann Georg Graevius and first published by Frans Halma and Pieter van der Aa in 1694. This example is a later state with the Dutch title replacing van der Aa's inscription.


Stock ID : 22077

£1,900

£1,900

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