Large copper engraved map of northern Germany from N. Sanson published by Jaillot in Paris. Covering the the area from Emden, Hamburg, Hannover up to Stettin in the East. Title on top and second title "Le Cercle de la Basse Saxe Subdivise en Touts les Estats et Principautes que le Composent" in cartouche.
Centrefold split and margin backed, overall browning.
Nicolas Sanson, born 1600 in Abbeville, was a French historian and cartographer. Louis XIII appointed him Géographe Ordinaire du Roi. His main work, the Atlas Cartes Générales de Toutes les Parties du Monde, was issued first in 1654 until 1676. After his death in 1667, the business was continued by his sons Guillaume and Adrien in partnership with A. H. Jaillot.
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