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KOLLUMER LAND En het NIEUW KRUYS LAND de Vyfde GRITENIJE van OOSTER GOO. / Doe DE HEER J.R EPO VAN AYLVA Aldaar GRIETMAN was, En in die tyd mede GEDEPUTEERDE STAAT Van de Provincie van FRIESLAND. A.° CH: (I) I)(. XXCIX. Weesentlyk Vertoont Door BERNHARDUS SCHOTANUS À STERRINGA.

Bernardus Schotanus à Sterringa, approximately 1640-

[Leeuwarden] : Vermeerdert uitgegeeven door FRANÇOIS HALMA. CDDCCXVIII., [1718]

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  • Title:
    KOLLUMER LAND En het NIEUW KRUYS LAND de Vyfde GRITENIJE van OOSTER GOO. / Doe DE HEER J.R EPO VAN AYLVA Aldaar GRIETMAN was, En in die tyd mede GEDEPUTEERDE STAAT Van de Provincie van FRIESLAND. A.° CH: (I) I)(. XXCIX. Weesentlyk Vertoont Door BERNHARDUS SCHOTANUS À STERRINGA.
  • Author: Bernardus Schotanus à Sterringa, approximately 1640-
  • Contributor: François Halma 1653-1722, publisher.;
    George III, King of Great Britain, 1738-1820, former owner.;
    George IV, King of Great Britain, 1762-1830, donor.
  • Subjects: Friesland (Netherlands) -- Maps -- Early works to 1800; Early maps
  • Publication Details: [Leeuwarden] : Vermeerdert uitgegeeven door FRANÇOIS HALMA. CDDCCXVIII., [1718]
  • Language: Dutch
  • Identifier: System number: 017776331
  • Notes: Relief shown pictorially.
    Map of the countryside around Kollum showing roads, rivers, towns and lakes. A male and female peasant seated to the foreground with a horse tied to a fence with two others beyond.
    Shows title on a banner held by two putti with another holding an armorial and below on an architectural element with two putti and an armorial above.
    Shows key to the right and a scale bar to the lower left.
    Illustration to the atlas: Uitbeeldinghe der Heerlijkheit Friesland zoo in't algemeen als in haare 30 bijzondere Grietenijen door Dr.B. Schotanus â Sterringa.
    The first edition was produced by Bernard Schotanus in 1698 after he received an order from the Gedeputeerde Staten for a new mapping out of the Grietenijen. This first edition was published in 125 copies only. The rapid topographical changes in Frisia and the small number of printed copies made a new edition necessary just 20 years later. After the death of Schotanus in 1704, François Halma edited and published this 1718 edition in Leeuwarden. He revised the copperplates with information up to date and added the seven historical maps of the Netherlands from Menso Alting, plus a historical overview map of Frisia by Schotanus. The Halma atlas was later re-issued by R & J Ottens. (R. W. Shirley).
    Titled "Uitbeeldinghe der Heerlijkheit Friesland zoo in't algemeen als in haare 30 bijzondere Grietenijen door Dr.B. Schotanus â Sterringa" in the Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, etc., forming the geographical and topographical collection attached to the Library of his late Majesty King George the third, etc., London, 1829.
    Citation/references note: British Museum, Catalogue of Maps, Prints, Drawings, etc., forming the geographical and topographical collection attached to the Library of his late Majesty King George the third, etc., London, 1829
  • Physical Description: 1 map : copperplate engraving ; 35.4 x 54.6 cm.; Scale approximately 1:30,000.
  • Series: Uitbeeldinghe der Heerlijkheit Friesland [...]
  • Copy Note: Ownership: Copy at Maps K.Top.108.98.a-ee. Part of King George III's Topographical Collection. Donated to the nation by George IV.
  • Shelfmark(s): Cartographic Items Maps K.Top.108.98.a-ee.
  • UIN: BLL01017776331

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