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Kaart van de Tafel Baay...

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Series : Navigation and Geography
Year : 1753
Unique ID : gc.02.0025
Authors : Ioannes van Keulen
Issued : Amsterdam
Edition : 1753
Area shown : Cape of Good Hope

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Kaart van de Tafel Baay vertoonende De Reede van C de Goede Hoop. This copperplate map was created by van Keulen in Amsterdam, 1753. It depicts Cape of Good Hope. Extremely rare collector's map that was published only in the secret atlas of the Dutch East India Company, for internal use. No doubt this is the very best and most detailed early chart of the region.


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