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Map Etchings of Germany Featuring "Ubii, ubi antea Sunici," 18th-19th Century

Item Details

Medium on Ground Three etchings on laid paper
Geographical Area Germany, France
Region Central Europe
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
Signature Unsigned
Language English, French
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.


25.5" W x 19.0" H x 0.25" D

- measures board mount of Ubii, ubi antea Sunici, with sheet measuring 24.0" W x 18.25" H.

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