Haga-comitis in Hollandia 1570

Jacob de Riemer (*1676 - 1762)
Coloured town view of 's-Gravenhage, Den Haag. Printed in Delft in the year 1730.

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Large, decorative bird's eye plan of the Hague (Den Haag) from J. de Riemer after G. van Giessen. From Beschryving Van's-Gravenhage.


CartographerJacob de Riemer
TitleHaga-comitis in Hollandia 1570
Publisher, YearDelft, 1730
Plate Size45.2 x 50.4 cm (17.8 x 19.8 inches)
Sheet Size52.4 x 60.0 cm (20.6 x 23.6 inches)


Formerly folded. A few closed small tears along folds.


Jacob de Riemer received his doctorate in 1700 in Leiden, then relocated to The Hague, where he was enrolled as a lawyer. He is the author of the most famous description of the Hague in the 18th century, Beschrijving van's Gravenhage, published 1730 in Delft and 1739 in Den Haag.

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Jacob de Riemer: Haga-comitis in Hollandia 1570.
Coloured town view of 's-Gravenhage, Den Haag. Printed in Delft in the year 1730.

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