A GERMAN MAP OF ASIA (1700)

$400 SGD (inclusive of GST)

Detailed map of Asia with interesting configurations for Korea, Japan and the Philippines. Singabura is named (note the wrong spelling). Note the detailed, albeit faded, shoals in South East Asia. The map was published by Philipp Cluver (1580-1622) in his Introduction in Universam Geographiam and was based on Mercator-Hondius Atlas. Cluver was a German geographer and is considered one of the founding fathers of historical geography. His miniature atlases were reprinted in the 17th and up to the 18th Century. This map was engraved by M. Hailler and printed in 1700. Presented in a gold-colour wooden frame.

40cm high x 45cm wide (framed)

Details

Category
Collectibles
Condition
Good, clean impression, minor signs of wear commensurate with age and use.
Country of manufacture
Germany
Date of manufacture
1700
Dimensions with frame
40cm high x 45cm wide
Framed
Yes
Sub Category
Regional Map

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