Exactissima Regni Scotiae tabula tam in septentrionalem et meriodionalem quam in minores earundem provincias, insulasq[ue], ei undique praetensas accurate divisa
Visscher, Nicolaes, 1649-1702, creator
Amst. [Amsterdam] [Nicolaes Visscher] [ca. 1689]
1 map b&w, color illustration 54.9 x 46.1 cm. on sheet 61.2 x 52 cm.
Bat. cum Privil. Ordin. Gener, Belgii Faederati--Title cartouche. No. 7 of 69 maps bound together in composite atlas. Features include ornate title cartouche (top left) with cherubs, male and female figures and royal coat-of-arms supported by lion and unicorn, arms of Scotland supported by cherubs (above scale cartouche at top right), compass indicator and coasts shaded outwards. In Latin with some place names in English; explanations and title for index to places in Dutch and English. Relief shown pictorially. Scale statement reads: Milliaria Germanica Communia 15 in uno Gradu, with scale bar graded -10; Milliaria Scotica Communia quorum 50 in uno Gradu, with scale bar graded -34; Milliaria Gallica quae et Horae Itineris 20 in uno Gradu, with scale bar graded -14. Shows grid, rivers and tributaries, lochs (shaded), trees, place and county names, settlements (symbols classified by importance in legend), territorial boundaries. Shows Scotland including the Hebrides and Orkney Islands. The four cardinal points are written in the borders. Scale [ca. 1:960 000].
Scotland --Maps --Early works to 1800
Dutch; Flemish English Latin
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1973 Folio 10
General Collection, BRBL, Yale University
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