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  • Title: 1792 Elwe Map of Europe -- Europe, Composee par G. de l'Isle, et Corriggee Selon le plus Nouvelle Observations
  • Date: 1792, Amsterdam
  • Cartographer: J Elwe
  • Size: 19.2 X 23.5 in.
  • Additional Information: This is a superb, double page expansive map of Europe, extending from Iceland to the Caspian Sea, largely based on the cartography of Delisle. The map is filled with many detail of topography, rivers, lakes, settlements. The countries are color-coded. The prime meridian is shown bisecting Iceland, fixed at the Isle de Fer per Louis the XIII. From Elwe's monumental 'Atlas'.

    Reserve: $380.00

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  • Condition
    Good. On laid paper. Staining and slight damp staining mostly in margins. Issued centerfold with split closed on verso. Superb original hand-color.
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    1792 Elwe Map of Europe -- Europe, Composee par G. de

    Estimate $450 - $550Jan 21, 2020
    Starting Price $260
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    Steve Kovacs
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