Scotiae pars Septentrionalis.



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Scotiae pars Septentrionalis.
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Amsterdami : [s.n., 163-]
1 map ; 37 x 50 cm.
Relief shown pictorially.
Includes illustrations of ships on the oceans and sea monsters.
Title cartouche includes three angels.
Does not match any states listed in Van Der Krogt.
From the Appendix Atlas of the British Isles and Northern Europe, title created to represent a unique collection within the Clark Library, University of Michigan.
Map Data
Scale [ca. 1:1,090,000] (W 8°26'00"-- W 1°21'00"/N 59°08'00"-- N 56°46'00").
Coded Cartographic Mathematical Data
a 1090000 W0082600 W0012100 N0590800 N0564600
Local note
Accession no. 43287.
Manuscript no.29 of 23 sheets numbered to "49."
From the "Manuscript Style 3 (Ms3)" set of the Vignaud map collection.
Includes cut off manuscript nos. and manuscript "Partie Septentrionale de l'Ecosse"in the top right corner of the verso.
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"Scotiae pars Septentrionalis." In the digital collection UM Clark Library Maps. University of Michigan Library Digital Collections. Accessed April 23, 2024.
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