Justus Danckerts (1635-1701) was a Dutch mapmaker born into a family of cartographers. He did most of his work under the aegis of his family’s publishing house in Amsterdam. His active career began around 1670 and ran for the duration of his life. Many of his maps were published in undated atlases, creating confusion in both chronology and attribution between his father Cornelis’s publications. In addition to his father, the firm employed his brother and at least two of Justus Danckerts’ three sons.

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