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1688. Marchionatus Brandenburgi et Ducatus Pomeraniae Tabula que est pars Septentrionalis Ciruculi Saxoniae Superioris . . . (Gold leaf highlights)

  • Marchionatus Brandenburgi et Ducatus Pomeraniae Tabula que est pars Septentrionalis Ciruculi Saxoniae Superioris . . . (Gold leaf highlights)

Marchionatus Brandenburgi et Ducatus Pomeraniae Tabula que est pars Septentrionalis Ciruculi Saxoniae Superioris . . . (Gold leaf highlights) information:

Year of creation: 
Resolution size (pixels): 
 5955x5212 px
Disk Size: 
 8.90117MiB
Number of pages: 
 1
Place: 
 Amsterdam
Author: 

Print information. Print size (Width x height in inches):
Printing at 72 dpi 
  82.71 х 72.39
Printing at 150 dpi 
 39.7 х 34.75
Printing at 300 dpi 
 19.85 х 17.37

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Marchionatus Brandenburgi et Ducatus Pomeraniae Tabula que est pars Septentrionalis Ciruculi Saxoniae Superioris . . . (Gold leaf highlights)

A detailed map of a region in Northern Germany, including Brandenburg and Pomerania.

Cartouches depict coat of arms surrounded by cherubs, with a second cartouche at the bottom.

This map was issued in Wolfgang's "Atlas Minor" which is a compilation of maps originally issued by Blaeu, de Wit, Visscher and others.

De Wit (1629 ca.-1706) was a mapmaker and mapseller who was born in Gouda but who worked and died in Amsterdam. He moved to the city in 1648, where he opened a printing operation under the name of The Three Crabs; later, he changed the name of his shop to The White Chart. From the 1660s onward, he published atlases with a variety of maps; he is best known for these atlases and his Dutch town maps. After Frederik’s death in 1706, his wife Maria ran the shop for four years before selling it. Their son, Franciscus, was a stockfish merchant and had no interest in the map shop. At the auction to liquidate the de Wit stock, most of the plates went to Pieter Mortier, whose firm eventually became Covens & Mortier, one of the biggest cartography houses of the eighteenth century.


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Item information:

Year of creation:
Size:
5955x5212 px
Disk:
8.90117MiB
Number of pages:
1
Place:
Amsterdam
Author:
Frederick De Wit.
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