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Partie de la nouvelle Guinée No. 30

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Article ID OZ0342
Artist Vandermaelen
Title Partie de la nouvelle Guinée No. 30
Year ca. 1825
Description Map shows the Detroit de Torres between Australia and Papua- New Guinea
The Portuguese Jorge de Meneses, who explored the north coast and offshore islands in 1526/27, is considered the island's European explorer. In 1545 the Spaniard Íñigo Ortiz de Retez landed and named the island "New Guinea" because the coast reminded him of that of the African Guinea, which he had previously passed. In 1623 Jan Carstenszoon mapped large parts of the coast on behalf of the Dutch East India Company. Since then, the Dutch East India Company has maintained business and political contacts with the region and the Sultanate of Tidore.
Place of Publication Bruxelles
Dimensions (cm)47 x 56
ConditionVery good
Coloringoriginal colored
TechniqueLithography

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