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MERIAN, M. - Constantinopolitanae urbis effigies ad vivum expressa, quam Turcae Stampoldam vocant. A° MDCXXXV.

MERIAN, M. -  Constantinopolitanae urbis effigies ad vivum expressa, quam Turcae Stampoldam vocant. A° MDCXXXV.
MERIAN, M. - Constantinopolitanae urbis effigies ad vivum expressa, quam Turcae Stampoldam vocant. A° MDCXXXV.
Date: Frankfurt, 1635
Size: 228 x 695 mm.
Colouring: Uncoloured.
Condition: Some age-toning of the paper. One fold separated and underlaid. Dark and good impression.

Description

Large, decorative view of the city of Constantinople, with legend across the bottom. It is beautifully engraved with quaint scenes of everyday life, including hunters with their dogs in the near foreground. Across the Golden Horn the various palaces, mosques and principal buildings.
Copper engraving, printed from 2 plates and originally mounted, by Matthäus Merian.
Signed in the plate: M. Merian fecit.
2,000€
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  • Reference N°: 32230
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