|Cartographer||George Matthäus Seutter|
|Title||Nova et accuratissima Maris Caspii hactenus maximam partem nobis non satis cogniti ac Regionum adjacentium delineat jussu invictissimi Principis Petri Alexii Filii magni Russorum Imper ingenti labore et max. sumptibus perfecta et ex Autograph. in...|
|Publisher, Year||Augsburg, circa 1740|
|Plate Size||49.3 x 57.7 cm (19.4 x 22.7 inches)|
George Matthaus Seutter, a German publisher, cartographer and engraver from Augsburg, was born 1678 as the son of a goldsmith. After an apprenticeship at J. B. Homann in Nuremberg, he returned to his native city of Augsburg and worked in the publishing firm of Jeremiah Wolf. In 1707 he founded his own successful publishing company and produced maps, atlases and globes. Seutter died in 1757. The company went over to his son Albrecht Carl and his stepsons G. B. Probst and T. C. Lotter in after his death in 1757. The latter being regarded as his true successor. According to C. Sandler, following atlases have been published by Seutter:
- Atlas Geographicus oder Accurate Vorstellung der Ganzen Welt, 1725
- Atlas Compendiosus oder die ganze Welt in den nothwendigsten Geographischen Charten
- Atlas Compendiosus Scholasticus
- Atlas Novus Indicubus Instructus, 1728
- Grosser Atlas, 1734
- Atlas Minor, 1744
Beside the atlases, Seutter produced a pair of 20 cm table globes during his early days.
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