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Amersfoort

'Amorfortia Dioecesis Ultraiectensis Oppidum amoenitate loci solique fertilitate admodum insigne.'

Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg].

In the lower border city view of 'Amorfortia.' [37.3 x 11.5 cm], annotated in manuscript in ink.

Two figures (male and female) in lower margin of map.

'Cities Exhibition' labelled on reverse.

'First Prize Front Elevation'

'L. M. Cordonnier, Lille'

'Palace of Peace, The Hague' endorsed in manuscript in pencil in bottom margin.
'From G[rea]t Capitals Portfolio' endorsed in manuscript in pencil on reverse.

From an unidentified [portfolio] publication. Number '3' in top right corner.

Cordonnier, Louis Marie, 1854-1940, architect

'First Prize Perspective View'

'L. M. Cordonnier, Lille'

'Palace of Peace, The Hague' endorsed in manuscript in pencil in bottom margin.

'From G[rea]t Capitals: but really designs for Peace Palace at Hague' endorsed in manuscript in pencil on reverse.

From an unidentified [portfolio] publication. Number '4' in top right corner.

Cordonnier, Louis Marie, 1854-1940, architect

Gorinchem

'Goricum.'
'Goricum, No:bile Hollandi:ae Oppidum.'

Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg].

Probably from Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg, 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum (Cologne, 1588 and later), part 1, pl. 21, this plate showed item above together with first item of T-GED 22/1/1655 plus another view on one sheet, (Koeman, C., ‘Atlantes Neerlandici. Bibliography of terrestrial, maritime and celestial Atlases and Pilot Books published in the Netherlands up to 1880’ (Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1969-71), 2, p. 15, B&H1, pl. 21).

Groningen

One view and two maps of Groningen, mounted on 1 sheet.

  • 'Groeninga.'; 'Groeninga, sive ut alij, Gruninga, Frisiae urbs inclyta, probequè contra hostiles insultus munita, metropolitica dignitate percelebris.'; 'Cum privilegio [...]'; anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg]; 46.7 x 15.7 cm on 49.6 x [18.3] cm sheet [incomplete in lower margin]; probably later impression from Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg, 'Civitates Orbis Terrarum' (Cologne, 1588 and later), part I, pl. 21 (Koeman, C., ‘Atlantes Neerlandici. Bibliography of terrestrial, maritime and celestial Atlases and Pilot Books published in the Netherlands up to 1880’ (Amsterdam: Theatrum Orbis Terrarum, 1969-71), 2, p. 15, B&H1, pl. 21), dimensions differ slightly from those given by Koeman, title longer than by Koeman
  • 'Groninga, opulenta, populosa, et validé contra hostiles insultus munita Phrisie, urbs, Ptolemeo Phileum, constructa et denominata à Grunno Anthenoris Regis Francorum fratre, Anno ante incarnationem Christi CCC LXXVIL ut Hunibaldus scribit.'; 43.7 x 32.4 cm on 47 x 36 cm sheet; two figures (male and female) in lower margin
  • 'Groeninga.'; 13.3 x 11 cm on 15.5 x 13.5 cm sheet

Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg].

Kampen

'Urbis Campensis, Ad Isa Lam Fluvium, Icon'

Anon. [Georg Braun and Frans Hogenberg].

Scale unspecified.

Latin text (p. 34) on the reverse.

Two figures (male and female) in lower margin.

'Cities Exhibition' label on the reverse.

Braun, Georg, c. 1540-1622, topographer

Leiden

'Afbeelding der Grondtvesten von het Huis te Britten: Nevens d'omleggende Landstreeken en Dorpen ook de Stadt Leiden, en den Loop van den Rhijn bij Katwijk in zee. [...]'

'F. Bleiswyk del. et fecit.'

Scale unspecified.

'1 deel fol 172' endorsed in top right corner.

From an unidentified publication.

Bleiswyk, F., fl. 1713, designer and engraver

Limburg

'Limburg.'

Anon.

Scale unspecified.

Two heraldic shields in top left and right corners, depiction of farmer and peasants at work in lower margin.

Latin text on the reverse.

From an unidentified publication.

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