London, South Kensington
13 April 2006
HUNGARY -- John SPEED (1552-1629). The Mape of Hungari newly augmented. [London:] Thomas Bassett & Richard Chiswell, 1626 [but 1676]. Engraved map, (390 x 512mm). 4 bird's-eye views of cities in upper border, 8 costumed figures in side borders (stain at centrefold, centrefold lightly browned, some marginal tears).
With 7 other maps of Hungary including Frederick de Wit's Hungariae (Amsterdam, 1688, large hand-coloured map, torn), Sanson's The Kingdom of Hungary ... corrected and amended by William Berry (London, [c.1690], large hand-coloured map) and Regnier and Joshua Ottens' Novissima Tabula Regni Hungariae (Amsterdam, [c.1740]). (8)
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