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GA - Mathematical Geography / Cartography acquired during June 2017

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Frederick de Wit and the first concise reference atlas
Carhart, George (Cartographic historian), author
Leiden ; Brill/Hes & De Graaf, [2016]
"This book is about the life and work of Frederick de Wit (1629-1706), one of the most famous dealers of maps, prints and art during the Dutch Golden Age, and his contribution to the dissemination of the knowledge of cartography. The Amsterdam firm of Frederick de Wit operated under the name "De Witte Pascaert" (The White Chart) from 1654 to 1710. It offered all kinds of printing and was one of the most successful publishers of maps and prints in the second half of the seventeenth century. The description of De Wit's life and work is followed by an in-depth analysis and dating of the atlases and maps issued under his name."--Back cover.
Baker Berry Oversize GA921 .C37 2016

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