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Goos, Pieter, approximately 1616–1675

De zee-atlas / ofte Water-weereld, waer in vertoont werden alle de zee-kusten van het bekende des aerd-bodems. Seer dienstigh voor alle schippers en stuurlieden, als oock voor alle heeren en kooplieden.

Gesneden, gedruckt en uytgegeven t'Amsteldam, By Pieter Goos, op de Texelse Kay, naest de Rams-koy, in de Zee-Spiegel, 1666.
Physical Description:
10 p.l., 41 col. double maps (part fold.) 53 cm.
Rare Books and Manuscripts
AmVa 986
Yale Center for British Art, Paul Mellon Collection
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Copyright Status:
Copyright Not Evaluated
BEIN: No. 367 in H.C. Taylor collection.
Engraved col. t.-p.
List of geographical atlases in the Library of Congress, 473.
BAC: British Art Center copy: First edition. Large folio. Original gold-stamped vellum with center ornament of Atlas bearing large armillary sphere. Full contemporary vellum; gilt, a.e.g. Color maps. Contains charts of America. Spine height: 22 7/8 inches. Ex-Libris: Sir William Augustus Fraser of Ledeclune and Morar Baronet.
Subject Terms:
Charts, diagrams, etc.
Nautical charts -- To 1800.
Pilot guides -- Early works to 1800.

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