Antique map of the world. Printed in Amsterdam circa 1680.

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Description

Hand coloured world map from a Dutch bible by Daniel Stoopendaal. The map is based on Nicolas Visscher's map of 1663. Showing a double-hemisphere world map with two solar charts, one centred around the sun, the other earth-centred. Surrounded with allegorical representations of the continents. California as an island.

Details

CartographerDaniel Stoopendaal
TitleWerelt Caert
Publisher, YearAmsterdam, circa 1680
Plate Size29.4 x 46.2 cm (11.6 x 18.2 inches)
Sheet Size33.0 x 47.8 cm (13.0 x 18.8 inches)
ReferenceShirley, R.W.: The Mapping of the World, No. 498

Condition

Small tears in margin. Very good condition.

Cartographer

Daniel Stoopendaal was born in 1672. He was active at Amsterdam between 1685 and 1713. He has drawn and etched to most famous houses and places of the Netherlands. Also he engraved maps for Dutch bibles. He died in 1726.

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Daniel Stoopendaal: Werelt Caert.
Antique map of the world. Printed in Amsterdam circa 1680.

World Maps - Stoopendaal, Daniel - Werelt Caert

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