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Finely-engraved Dutch sea chart of the Baltic Sea in original color.

Place/Date: Amsterdam / 1666
Title: Pas-caart van de Oost zee verthoonende alle de ghelegntheydet tusschen t Eÿlandt Rugen end Wÿborg
44.5 x 55 cm (17.5 x 21.7 in)
Original color
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Sea chart of the Baltic Sea with contemporary outline color, a figurative cartouche, compass roses, sailing ships and coat-of-arms in colors. Engraved by Gerard Coeck.

“Pieter Goos’ marine atlases were held to be among the finest printed at the time and were often added tot the nine or twelve volumes of Blaeu’s Atlas Maior.” (Shirley)

Provenance: From the estate of Dr Peter Wallenberg (1926-2015).


Pieter Goos

Pieter Goos (1616–1675) was a Dutch cartographer, copperplate engraver, publisher and bookseller. He was the son of Abraham Goos (1590–1643), also a cartographer and map seller.

From 1666, Pieter Goos published a number of well produced atlases. He was the first to map Christmas Island, which he labelled “Mony” in his map of the East Indies, published in his 1666 Zee-Atlas (Sea Atlas). His Atlas ofte Water-Weereld (Atlas or Water World) has been cited as one of the best maritime atlases of its time.

Condition Description

Some spotting, dampstains to upper part. Nice paper.


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