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1794. Hungary and Transilvania; with Croatia and Sclavonia: also Moldovia and Valakia with Bukovina & Bessarabia By Samuel Dunn . . .

  • Hungary and Transilvania; with Croatia and Sclavonia: also Moldovia and Valakia with Bukovina & Bessarabia By Samuel Dunn . . .

Hungary and Transilvania; with Croatia and Sclavonia: also Moldovia and Valakia with Bukovina & Bessarabia By Samuel Dunn . . . information:

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Resolution size (pixels): 
 12095x8673 px
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 27.1165MiB
Number of pages: 
 1
Place: 
 London
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Printing at 72 dpi 
  167.99 х 120.46
Printing at 150 dpi 
 80.63 х 57.82
Printing at 300 dpi 
 40.32 х 28.91

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Hungary and Transilvania; with Croatia and Sclavonia: also Moldovia and Valakia with Bukovina & Bessarabia By Samuel Dunn . . .

Detailed engraved map of the Balkans and Hungary, by one of the most important mapmaking firms of the end of the 18th century: Laurie & Whittle.

The map shows Croatia, Serbia, Bosnia, Slovenia and the region extending east to Romania and the Black Sea, and other interesting political divisions and subdivisions.

Laurie & Whittle refers to the partnership of Robert Laurie (1755?-1836) and James Whittle (1757-1818), engravers and map publishers. Both men were employed by Robert Sayer (ca. 1724-1794), one of the most prominent British publishers and map sellers of the eighteenth century. Sayer died in 1794 and his business was taken over by his assistants. The two worked together as Laurie & Whittle until 1812, when Laurie retired. They were especially known for publishing sea charts and maritime atlases. From 1812-1818, when he died, Whittle worked with Laurie’s son, Richard Holmes Laurie, as Whittle & Laurie. After 1818, the firm was known as R. H. Laurie, even though Richard died in 1858. Later, the firm was managed by Laurie’s draughtsman, Alexander George Findlay, and, later, Daniel and William Kettle.


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12095x8673 px
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27.1165MiB
Number of pages:
1
Place:
London
Author:
Laurie & Whittle.
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