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  Lot 84
 

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[Maps & Atlases] [Janssonius, Johannes]
Atlas novus sive theatrum orbis terrarum: in quo Galliae, Helvetiae universae & siugulorum cantonum; nec non & Belgii universi, tabulae geographicae cum suis descriptionibus. Tomus secundus

Amstelodami: Ioannem Ianssonium, no date (ca. 1640-60s). Two parts in one volume. Tall folio, 19 1/2 x 12 5/8 in. (495 x 321 mm). Illustrated with two hand-colored engraved title-pages (old color), and 102 hand-colored engraved double-page maps (old color); 62 in first part, 40 in second part. Contemporary full vellum with yapp edges, stamped in gilt, including titling on front board, boards soiled, corners worn, tears in lower spine vellum; text block, including maps, may have renewed stubs; hinges split but holding; lacking front blank; first title-page worn and soiled, remnants of old institutional stamp worn away, loss bottom right corner; printed slips mounted at center of each title-page, as usually found; map 33 (De Zype) in second part present, supplied and mounted on top of different map; scattered separations along folds; scattered edge-wear; variously toned; offsetting from hand-coloring.

Second volume of Dutch cartographer Johannes Janssonius's (1588-1664) Atlas Novus, featuring 102 hand-colored views of France, Switzerland, and Northern Europe.

(Qty: 1)

Sold for $6,930
Estimated at $3,000 - $5,000


 

Amstelodami: Ioannem Ianssonium, no date (ca. 1640-60s). Two parts in one volume. Tall folio, 19 1/2 x 12 5/8 in. (495 x 321 mm). Illustrated with two hand-colored engraved title-pages (old color), and 102 hand-colored engraved double-page maps (old color); 62 in first part, 40 in second part. Contemporary full vellum with yapp edges, stamped in gilt, including titling on front board, boards soiled, corners worn, tears in lower spine vellum; text block, including maps, may have renewed stubs; hinges split but holding; lacking front blank; first title-page worn and soiled, remnants of old institutional stamp worn away, loss bottom right corner; printed slips mounted at center of each title-page, as usually found; map 33 (De Zype) in second part present, supplied and mounted on top of different map; scattered separations along folds; scattered edge-wear; variously toned; offsetting from hand-coloring.

Second volume of Dutch cartographer Johannes Janssonius's (1588-1664) Atlas Novus, featuring 102 hand-colored views of France, Switzerland, and Northern Europe.

(Qty: 1)

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