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Accurata designatio celebris freti prope Andalusiæ castellum Gibraltar [copy 1]
- Seutter, Matthaeus, 1678-1756
- [Augsburg : M. Seutter between 1731 and 1760]
- Relief shown pictorially. Ancillary maps: Insula Minorca ex Balearibus secunda cum castello porto Maon quam Angli jam ab anno 1708. in potestate habent -- Accurata delineatio hispanici castelli Ceuta in ora Africæ siti, quod Maroccenses per 34 annos frustra obsederunt, anno 1727, vero sponte deseruerunt. Includes views: Prospectus celeberrimi portus Cadix in hispanico regno Andalusia -- Prospectus munitissimi castelli Gibraltar in Andalusia hispaniæ regno -- Prospectus urbis Malagæ in hispaniæ regno Granada. Seutter was awarded the title of Imperial Geographer in 1731; the business passed to his son-in-law, Tobias Conrad Lotter, in 1760; cf. Tooley's dict. of mapmakers. From an unidentified edition of Seutter's Atlas novus.
- Balearic Islands (Spain)—Maps—Early works to 1800, Cádiz (Spain)—Maps—Early works to 1800, Ceuta (Spain)—Maps—Early works to 1800, Gibraltar—Maps—Early works to 1800, Mahón (Spain)—Maps—Early works to 1800, Málaga (Spain)—Maps—Early works to 1800, Minorca (Spain)—Maps—Early works to 1800, Maps—Gibraltar—1731, Maps—Spain—Balearic Islands—1731, Maps—Spain—Cádiz—1731, Maps—Spain—Ceuta—1731, Maps—Spain—Mahón—1731, Maps—Spain—Málaga—1731, and Maps—Spain—Minorca—1731
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