17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)

Title: Leodiensis Episcopatus in omnes Subjacentes Provincias distincte divisus per Nicolaum Visscher Amst: Bat: cum privilegio ....

Published : Amsterdam by Visscher, Nicolaes, 1680

Size : 22 1/2 by 18 1/2 inches

Coloring : hand colored

Description: Map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium. It shows the area between Antwerp , Neuss , Cologne , Trier, Charleville-Mezieres and Brussels with the course of the river Maas in the center. At the bottom center is also a large title cartouche , which shows a boy as a blacksmith.

Map Maker Family:

The Visscher family were prominent Dutch map publishers for nearly a century. The Visscher cartographic story beings with Claes Jansz Visscher ( 1587 - 1652 ) who established the firm in Amsterdam near the offices of Pieter van den Keer and Jadocus Hondius. Many hypothesize that Visscher may have been one of Hondius's pupils and, under examination, this seems logical. The first Visscher maps appear around 1620 and include numerous individual maps as well as an atlas compiled of maps by various cartographers including Visscher himself. Upon the death of Claes, the firm fell into the hands of his son Nicholas Visscher I, and would, in turn, eventually be passed on to his son, Nicholas Visscher II. Most of the maps bearing the Visscher imprint were produced by these two men. Many Visscher maps also bear the imprint Piscator (a Latinized version of Visscher) and often feature the image of an elderly fisherman. Upon the death of Nicholas Visscher II, the business was carried on by the widowed Elizabeth Visscher until it was eventually sold to Peter Schenk ORIGINAL ANTIQUE COPPER PLATE ENGRAVING With fine hand coloring.

Engraving is Absolutely Guaranteed authentic original map.

Condition: Good unfolded map, with almost no browning and light staining (see pictures)

Item ID: m27


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17th Century Antique map of the historical Ecclesiastical principality of Liege, Belgium - by Visscher N. (1680)

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