La principaute de Dombes / J. van den Eynde sculpit.



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La principaute de Dombes / J. van den Eynde sculpit.
Varying Form of Title
Principavte de Dombes
Item Description
[Amstelodami : s.n., 163-]
1 map ; 35 x 46 cm.
Relief shown pictorially.
North oriented to the left.
Includes French coat of arms and two figures on title cartouche, one holding a sword and the other a mirror, and a third face on the top of the title cartouche.
From the Composite Atlas of France, title created to represent a unique collection within the Clark Library, University of Michigan.
Map Data
Scale not given (E 4°40'--E5°30'/ N 46°30'--N45°35').
Coded Cartographic Mathematical Data
a E0044000 E0053000 N0046300 N0045350
Local note
Accession no. 7202.
Manuscript no. 16 out of 35 sheets numbered to "35."
From the "Red Chalk (RC)" set of the Vignaud Map Collection.
Includes red chalk smudges on the verso. Possibly red bole.
Pencil manuscript number added by the Clark Library, 2013.
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"La principaute de Dombes / J. van den Eynde sculpit.". University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed September 25, 2022.