1680 Novissima nec non Perfectissima Scandinaviae Tabula...

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Novissima nec non Perfectissima Scandinaviae Tabula Comprehendens Regnorum Sueciae Daniae et Norvegiae Distincte Divisam Descriptionem
By: Frederick de Wit

Date: 1680 (circa) Amsterdam

Original Size: 20 x 23.2 inches (50.6 x 59 cm)

This is a high quality reproduction of an authentic antique map of Scandinavia by the Frederick de Wit. The map was published in Amsterdam circa 1680. Dating de Wit's map can be challenging as most of them do not include dates and the atlases were published over long periods of time. This is striking map of Scandinavia includes present day Denmark Norway Sweden Finland Estonia Latvia and portions of Russia Lithuania Poland and Germany.

This impactful map delivers an excellent representation of the rugged physical geography of the area with regard to the plethora of lakes rivers mountains and islands. Important cities such as Oslo Copenhagen Stockholm and Riga are included in the map as well as hundreds of other small towns and villages. The bold title cartouche features three putti a muscular soldier and laborer and the coats of arms of Norway Sweden and Denmark. The map was based on Anders Bure's famous six-sheet map Orbis Arctoi (1626).

Inventory #18522

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- The product listed is a high resolution, printed reproduction of the original map. 
- The prints are of giclée quality. They are made using a twelve ink, color printer on  acid-free, archival paper. Colors are guaranteed to last without fading for over 100 years. 
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