Early edition of the map of Northern Germany by G. Mercator. Showing the Elbe near Hamburg, Lower Saxony to Brunswick and Mecklenburg to Rügen. With Stade, Lüneburg, Lübeck, Wismar and Rostock. Top left a beautiful title cartouche. This is the first state of the map and comes from the French edition of the Atlas Novus, published in 1633.
|Title||Saxonia Inferior et Meklenborg Duc.|
|Publisher, Year||Henricus Hondius, Amsterdam, 1633|
|Plate Size||34.2 x 44.4 cm (13.5 x 17.5 inches)|
|Sheet Size||47.7 x 56.6 cm (18.8 x 22.3 inches)|
|Reference||Van der Krogt, P.: Koeman's Atlantes Neerlandici, 2200:1A.1|
If you like to download the image of this map with a resolution of 1200 pixels, please follow the link below.
You can use this image for publication on your personal or commercial websites for free if you set a link to this website. If you need photographs with a higher resolution, please contact us.