Map Etchings of Germany Featuring "Ubii, ubi antea Sunici," 18th-19th Century
|Medium on Ground||Three etchings on laid paper|
|Geographical Area||Germany, France|
|Period||18th Century, 19th Century, Antique|
|Artist (Nationality, Lifespan)||After Nicolas Sanson (French, 1600 – 1667); after Edward “Sylvanus Urban” Cave (English, 1691 – 1754); artist unknown|
|Title||_Ubii, ubi antea Sunici – _ (Where I Went, Where the Sunicians Were Before_; A Map of Upper Saxony Comprehending That Part of Germany Which is the Present Seat of War; Cours de la Moselle des Sous Mont-Royal|
|Map Type||Political Map|
|Inscriptions – Front and/or Verso||Title inscribed in plate|
|Labels to frame||Additional information on label to the verso|
- Item not examined outside of mounting
- vertical crease down the center of Ubii, ubi antea Sunici where the paper has been previously folded; toning, foxing, and accretions to print and paper of each map, but most heavily to those of Ubii, ubi antea Sunici; creases, tears, discoloration, and other handling wear scattered to print and paper of Ubii, ubi antea Sunici, more significantly towards the edges of the sheet.
- measures board mount of Ubii, ubi antea Sunici, with sheet measuring 24.0" W x 18.25" H.