Antique Maps by Carel Allard (*1648 - 1709)

Hugh Allard and his son Carel were map and atlas publishers in the second half of seventeenth century in Amsterdam. The maps mainly based on those of J. Blaeu, N. Visscher, J. Janssonius and F. de Wit.
  • 1697 - Carel Allard

    Carel Allard:  Nova Tabula Totius Frisiae Orientalis Emendata Auct. C. Allard

    C. Allard, Amsterdam, circa 1697

    Cooper engraved map of East Friesland by Carel Allard. Showing the North Sea coastal line of Friesland with Emden and the islands Borkum, Norderney, Langeoog, Spickeroog and Wanderooge. It's the...

    Nova Tabula Totius Frisiae Orientalis Emendata Auct. C. Allard
    10459

    Old coloured map of Friesland. Printed in Amsterdam by C. Allard circa 1697.

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  • 1700 - Carel Allard

    Carel Allard:  Argentorati Territorium, vulgo Strasburger Gebiet

    C. Allard, Amsterdam, circa 1700

    Rare and detailed coloured map of the area around Strasbourg from C. Allard. Showing Strasbourg with surroundings, especially the course of River Rhine is highly detailed.

    Argentorati Territorium, vulgo Strasburger Gebiet
    10495

    Coloured map of Strasbourg, Alsace. Printed in Amsterdam by C. Allard circa 1700.

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