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Location: 1598
Anvers, 1598 - 342 x 468 mm.
Prepared by Jean Surhon, cartographer, goldsmith and engraver. From 'Theatrum Orbis Terrarum [Atlas of the Whole World], published in Antwerp...
Location: 1609
Amsterdam/Frankfurt, 1609 - 87 x 123 mm.
A miniature map including northern part of France. Title cartouche on the left side.First published in 1598 in his Caert-Thresoor, the plates were executed by the most famous engravers in Amsterdam, i..
Location: 1631
Amsterdam, 1631 - 350 x 500 mm.
Map of north of France, part of Picardie, centered of Cambrai...
Location: 1631
Amsterdam, 1631 - 370 x 500 mm.
Decorative map of Cappellein the region of the Nord-Pas-de-Calais in France with three decorative cartouches. The map of Cappelle is by Pierre Petit Bourbon (1598-1667), mathematician and geographer ..
Location: 1634
Amsterdam, 1634 - 381 x 500 mm.
Very decorative map centered on Cambrai. The map is dedicated to Francisco van der Burgh. The area looks to be sparcely populated, but all physical features are well delineated by Blaeu. The four corn..
Location: 1634
Amsterdam, 1634 - 380 x 490 mm.
West orientated to the top. Very fine copper engraved map by one of the acknowledged masters of seventeenth century cartography: W. Blaeu. This shows the English Channel coastline from Brique till Gre..
Location: 1640
Amsterdam, ca. 1640 - 381 x 500 mm.
Very decorative map centered on Cambrai with highly ornamental cartouches in the 4 corners.The map is dedicated to Francisco van der Burgh...
Location: 1640
Amsterdam/Paris, ca. 1640 - 370 x 495 mm.
Carte de l'Archevêché de Cambray publiée sans texte au verso vraisemblablement dans un atlas composite français. Ornée de 4 cartouches comprenant le titre, les armoiries, l'échelle et un renvoi. La ca..
Location: 1640
Amsterdam / Paris, 1640 - 387 x 496 mm.
Map of the north of France centered on Cambrai. Three cartouches and a beautiful coat of arms decorate the corners of the map.No text on verso. From a French composite atlas...
Location: 1640
Amsterdam, 1640 - 403 x 509 mm.
An attractive map of the north-western part of France including the towns of Calais, Gravelines. South to the top...
Location: 1646
Paris, Pierre Mariette, 1646 - 379 x 496 mm.
Map of the north of France. Map shows the city of Arras, Abbeville, Boulogne, Calais, Bethune, Amiens. . . A beautiful title cartouche in the upper right corner, embellished with a wind rose.Prepared ..
Location: 1647
Amsterdam, 1647 - 385 x 500 mm.
A very decorative map of the Gallic Flanders or Walloon Flanders comprising the Castellanies of Lille and Douai and the Tournaisis...
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