Some sixteenth century watermarks found in maps prevalent in the Iato atlases.



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Such practice was common in the 16th century composite atlases. The map has recently undergone professional restoration whereby it was removed from its contemporarcking and remounted upon a larger sheet of paper with added decorative French lines in gilt and blue. The map’s stellar period colour and gilt highlights have been fully preserved. SOLD Antique copper-plate engraved map of the Port of Blavet by C.N. Tassin. The map covers a small area in the southern Brittany region of France, near Lorient at the mouth of the Canal du Blavet. One of the earlest available maps to feature a plan of the Citadelle de Port-Louis, built in the 16th century. Here, we will introduce some of the most common map types you are likely to encounter. There is a growing number of online tools that you can use to generate these common map types yourself. We begin by introducing one of the most common thematic map types for numerical data, the choropleth map. This is followed by a brief discussion of the U.S. In 18th- or 19th-century binding. Large. (Rare flat, copy 2) The History of the Rebellion and Civil Wars in England (). Binding by John MacKinlay (ca. ). Marbled paper with gilt-tooled leather border. (Vol. 3 best) Atlas de Delisle et de Buache () Book of Common .

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(4) See: Some sixteenth century watermarks found in maps prevalent in the "IATO" atlases. Jenkintown, (5) Despite the prohibition of the export of Lafreri's atlases from Italy as rarities, an example of it is said to. Maps in Italian Atlases of the Sixteenth Century, being a comparative list of the Italian maps issued by Lafreri, Forlani, Duchetti, Bertelli and others, found in atlases By R.

TooLEY During the middle decades of the I6th century Italy was the main producing and distributive centre of the map. Buy Some Sixteenth Century Watermarks Found in Maps Prevalent in the "Iato" Atlases (His Publication) 1st by Beans, George Harry (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store.

Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : George Harry Beans. in the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, a period that spans manuscript T­ in-O maps and portolan charts, and the printed maps of the sixteenth century.

Color conventions originated as symbols with deep meaning. Figure-ground balance provides a valuable clue to the image of the ocean as. A similar 'M' watermark and a similar hammer and anvil watermark are shown in G.H.

Beans, Some 16th Century watermarks in maps prevalent in the 'Iato' Atlases (), nos 42 and Antonio Lafreri moved from France, his native country, to Rome in about A term used to describe 16th-century Italian composite atlases of printed maps.

These were apparently often made to order, and contents vary from atlas to atlas. The expression IATO atlases – Italian, Assembled To Order, was coined by Tooley because he claimed it reflected more accurately the origin and make-up of such atlases.

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We explain the causes of foxing stains, the chemistry and mold components of foxing, and we describe what foxing looks like, how it is cleaned from books, papers, or photographs, and how foxing can best. The expression IATO atlases – Italian, Assembled To Order, was coined by Tooley because he claimed it reflected more accurately the origin and make-up of such atlases.

LAFRERI MAP, MAP OF THE LAFRERI SCHOOL. Terms often applied to Italian maps of the 16th-century, particularly those issued separately or in composite atlases.

LATER COLOUR. The best known name in the map business years ago was Antonio Lefreri (), a Frenchman from Burgundy who settled in Rome in Accurate maps were rare prior tobut in this. Historical Maps of Europe Taylor, C: Roads and Tracks of Britain Taylor, Eva G R: Earliest Account of Triangulation, The: Scottish Geographical Magazine: vol pp Taylor, Eva G R: Plane-table in the Sixteenth Century: Scottish Geographical Magazine: vol pp Taylor, Eva G R: Tudor Geography a book of maps.

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Antwerp was expanding into a major center of trade and banking during the first half of the 16th century. While some pictorial elements and lettering are designed to be viewed from various sides as one turns the map, there is a distinct bias in the lettering and some of the pictures for west at the head, which is quite unusual (most Islamic maps have south at the head).

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the reverse side (verso) of the map. While some of the earliest maps and views were bound into a book to be folded out, many are single or double pages, with text on the back (verso) of the map.

Maps published at the end of the 16th century by Ortelius, Mercator, Speed, Braun & Hogenberg and maps published in the 17th century by Blaeu. Special about this copy, is that it contains a very rare 16th century binding that includes a special type of stitching of the sections and a very plain (but authentic) covers.

A late 15th century / early 16th century watermark was discovered on one of the endpapers during restoration (a photograph is included in the treatment-report). The Arthur H. Robinson Map Library, a sub-unit of the Department of Geography at the University of Wisconsin-Madison and located in Science Hall, serves a wide range of users from both the University and non-University communities.

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