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Carte nouvelle du Royaume de France divisé en toutes ses Provinces et ses acquisitions

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Article ID EUF2614
Artist Elwe (1777-1777)
Jan Barend Elwe ( 177 - 1815), was a Dutch publisher and book seller who reissued maps by De L´Isle and Ottens and some other cartographers in the late 18th century. His famous map "Amerique Septentrionale Divisee en ses Principales Parties" was derived mainly from Sanson’s and Jaillot’s maps of 1656 and 1676. At this time, California was no longer shown as an island, but as a peninsular, and the Great Lakes to the north are enclosed, which was another feature often shown incorrectly on earlier maps of America. This map has been published in 1792 in an Atlas which included 37 other maps of different countries.
Title Carte nouvelle du Royaume de France divisé en toutes ses Provinces et ses acquisitions
Year dated 1792
Description Map shows total France with the south part of England, also shows 12 beautiful coat of arms
Place of Publication Amsterdam
Dimensions (cm)48 x 58
ConditionVery good
Coloringoriginal colored
TechniqueCopper print

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