This is a reprodution of a rare world map in a cartographical unusual" single polar projection.
The copper plate was first published separately by Jacob Robyn in 1696. Already around 1700, the plates were obtained by the Danckerts family, who published them under Cornelis name, just omitting Reinier's name.
✪ Fine reproduction printed with a Canon imagePROGRAF TX-4000.
✪ Heavyweight Matte Museum quality archival paper at 250 g/sqm.
✪ Pigment inks (Canon Lucia EX) that are water & fade-resistant.
✪ Frame is not included.
✪ All maps have a 0.2 inch border that helps for framing.
✪ The print has several sizes. Other sizes are available.
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