Map of Amsterdam in 1500 by Casperus Commelin 1691


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Original antique copperengraving, handcoloured.

“AMSTERDAM vertoonde zich aldus inden Jare 1500.”

Title in Dutch in ribbon in the top. Left under legenda 1- 41 in six rows. With the bird-eye map  of Amsterdam in1544 after the famous painting by Cornelis Anthoniszn from 1536, nowadays shown in the Amsterdam Historical Museum and issued first as a wood-engraving in 1544. It shows the old city between the Singel and Kloveniersburgwal.

From: Beschrijvinge der Stadt Amsterdam by  CASPARUS COMMELIN – 1691.

Issued in 1693 & 1726 in Amsterdam by Wolfgang,Waasberge etc.

Literature:

A.E. d’Ailly, Catalogus Amsterdamsche plattegronden Gemeente archief Amsterdam. Number 61.

Kaarten van Amsterdam 1538- 1865. Stadsarchief Amsterdam Page 187-188  Cat. 91 

 

Format Engraving: 26.5 x 34,5 cm. (10.4 x 13.6  inches.)

Including frame Italian burr-walnut and coloured passe-partout on accid-free paper.

Size with frame: 44,8 x 53 cm. (7.6 x 20.9 inches.)  

 


Material
Paper
Dimensions
44.8 x 53 cm
Reference
WP.066 L
Price
Price on request
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