Early, beautiful coloured map of the Alsace (Basse-Alsace) by G. Mercator. This west-oriented map provides a depiction of the Rhine River's course, extending from Selz to Schoenau, encompassing a portion of Baden, and the region lying between St. Dié, Sarrebourg, Landau, Ettenheim, and Sélestat. The focal point of the map is the town of Saverne, which occupies a central position within the depicted area. From the French edition of the Atlas Novus, published in 1633.
|Publisher, Year||Henricus Hondius, Amsterdam, 1633|
|Plate Size||36.2 x 43.0 cm (14.3 x 16.9 inches)|
|Sheet Size||48.1 x 57.0 cm (18.9 x 22.4 inches)|
|Reference||Van der Krogt, P.: Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 2521:1.2|
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