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Publication 1

Publication locations:
Amsterdam
Publication year:
1720
Size:
50,5×59,7 cm
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Publication 2

Publication locations:
Amsterdam
Publication year:
1720
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Het Eyland Ysland in t'Groot

Author:
Gerard van Keulen
Country:
Netherlands
Publication year:
1720 (about)
 

The biggest and most influential name in the history of Dutch sea-charts was the firm of Van Keulen, founded by Johannes van Keulen, whose earliest collection of charts is reckoned to date from 1680. The business later increased in the hands of his sons and other descendants after his death.
The chart is undated, but was probably made sometime around 1720. The basis is the map of Iceland by Joris Carolus, not other sea charts by the Van Keulens.

 
 
 
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