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Nova totius terrarum orbis geographica ac hydrographica tabula
- Visscher, Claes Jansz., 1586 or 1587-1652
- [Amsterdam] : C. J. Visscher, 1652.
- Includes ornate border panels of engraved figures of Roman emperors, views of Rome, Amsterdam, Jerusalem, Tunis, Mexico, Havana, Pernambuco in Brazil, and San Salvador. Map of the world showing the allegorical figures of the four continents, and north and south polar views. Marco Polo's 'Beach' still shown as part of Magallanica sive Terra Australis Incognita. Relief shown pictorally. Nicolaus Johannes or Joannis Piscator was Visscher's latinised name.
- World maps—Early works to 1800 and World maps—1652
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