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Map of Scandinavian Countries
COLOR multi
CONDITION Very Good; normal wear for an 18th century map.
DIMENSIONS 18.5" L x 13" H
ERA Antique: 18th century
MADE IN France
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Why we love this
Map of the Scandinavian countries Norway, Denmark and Sweden dated 1785. Rather rare map done on a copper plate. Engraved by Baron Robert de Vaugonoy in Paris. Very limited output engraver. Hand colored and drawn. Holds its natural colors. Beautiful map key upper left.
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