1682 de Ram Map of Amsterdam Lithograph - Amstelodami Veteris et Novissimi Delineatio per Joannem de Ram. A highly decorative and very uncommon plan of Amsterdam facing south, showing the layout of the canals and docks, with a prospect of the city underneath. The colored map, which is a lithorgraph reproduction, is flanked with allegorical figures of the Four Continents. The two side panels list many features of the city. Presumed to be originally a timber merchant, Johannes De Ram, who then turned into map maker, is the cartographer of this map. Upon his death in 1693 his widow married Jacob de la Feuille who continued map making until the early 1700s. A later renditions of this Amsterdam map bear his name. J de Ram, 1682, Amsterdam (later lithograph reproduction), 18 x 20.5 in.Domestic: Flat-rate of $12.00 to anywhere within the contiguous U.S.International: Foreign shipping rates are determined by destination.Location: This item ships from Ohio.
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