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Number: 1794
Continent: Africa
Region: Continent
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Year of Origin: 1667
Title: Nouuelle description DAFRIQVE
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Language: French
Publish Origin: Paris
Height: 12.2
Width: 17.9
Units: centimeters
Size Class.: Medium
Scale: 1 : 61,666,700
Color Type: No Color
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Cartographer: Nicolas Picart
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Publisher: Gerard Jollain
Other Contributors: Jean Boisseau
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Notes: Betz; Betz # 92.3 third state of this map which here has the scale bar erased from the L lower corner of the plate which was first published in 1659; from book "Tresor des cartes geographiques" [Rare map of Africa published by Jollain in 1667. Published in "Tresor Des Cartes Geographiques Des Principaux Estats de Lunivers". This atlas is based upon Boisseau's atlas from 1643, the first world atlas published in France which was based on Atlas Minor, 1628. Jollain was the name of a family of French engravers and engraving publishers who lived and worked in the 17th and 18th centuries, mainly in Paris. Their engravings were often published under the name Chez Jollain. [scale measured on centered 10 degrees of latitude]; Rare miniature map of the African continent, from the Treasure edition of the geographical maps of the main estates of the universe published by Jollain in 1667. The Treasure of the geographical maps of the main estates of the universe is a rare atlas, the first edition of which was published by Jean Boisseau in 1643. Other editions were published by Louis Boissevin in 1653, Nicolas Picart in 1659, and again by G?ard Jollain in 1659. The maps of the Treasure Geographical Maps are derived from the maps of the Atlas minor by Mercator and Hondius, published in 1628; are map of Africa published by Jollain in 1667. Published in "Tr?or Des Cartes Geographiques Des Principaux Estats de Lunivers". This atlas is based upon Boisseau's atlas from 1643, the first world atlas published in France which was based on Atlas Minor, 1628. Jollain was the name of a family of French engravers and engraving publishers who lived and worked in the 17th and 18th centuries, mainly in Paris. Their engravings were often published under the name Chez Jollain.
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